Jermaine Stewart

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Jermaine Stewart

Post  Clem on Tue Dec 01, 2015 1:36 am

Jermaine Stewart:
Voice Type: Leggro Tenor
Sung Range: C3-B5 (2 Octaves + 11 Semitones)
Total Range: G2-C6 (3 Octaves + 5 Semitones)
*Disclaimer: You don't have to take your clothes off

Significant High Notes:
C6 ("Jody")
B5 ("Get Over It", "Jody")
A5 ("I Like It")
G5 ("Frantic Romantic")
F5 ("Debbie")
E5 ("Word is Out", "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off", "Jody")
D5 ("I Like It", "Spies", "Get Over It", "Debbie", "Dance Floor")
C5 ("Word is Out", "In Love Again", "Versatile"")
B4 ("I Like It", "Spies", "Month of Mondays", "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off")
B♭4 ("Dance Floor")
A4 ("Get Over It", "Brilliance")
G♯4 ("In Love Again")

Significant Low Notes:
G3 ("Get Over It")
F3 ("In Love Again", "Month of Mondays", "Dance Floor")
E3 ("I Like It", "Debbie", "Brilliance", "Jody", "Versatile")
D3 ("Word is Out")
C3 ("Spies")
B2 ("Jody")
A2 ("Get Over It")
G2 ("Frantic Romantic")

Known for vocals:
As an R&B recording artist. Often seen as something of a one hit wonder for his 1986 single, "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off", Jermaine Stewart is actually quite an underrated vocalist. With the natural comparison being Michael Jackson, for their comparably twangy, feminine, countertenor voices, as well as their similar styles of '80s synthpop/disco music, Stewart was actually a very impressive singer in his own right. He sounded very solid, singing in the low 3rd octave, chest belting up to around D5, not to mention his bold falsetto notes, extending well up into the 5th octave. Taken before his time, a real vocal talent.

Posts : 756
Join date : 2013-03-07
Age : 21
Location : Portadown

View user profile

Back to top Go down

View previous topic View next topic Back to top

- Similar topics

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum