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Singer Sound Alike - New Additions

Updated on October 29, 2018
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Just a bit of fun about so many different things. Facts, fiction, entertainment and so much more.

A Little Bit Me and a Little Bit You

Do you sing like someone famous? Maybe you did at a younger age?

I could do Connie Francis pretty good at a younger age, or so many told me. I was short and maybe looked a younger version of Brenda Lee who was still popular at this time. So at my sister's parties after I did the Patsy Cline I sometimes belted out a growling Brenda Lee just for fun! It was fun!

For some reason my older sister was the only one of seven who had parties, but we all made the best of it! We played records, danced and ate Mom's great food! But back to people who are nobody and show up singing like one of your favorite artist! These are all really amazing!

Here I have some really good sound alikes. I came across an Asian boy at YouTube one day that looked nothing like him but sounded just like Tom Jones! It was amazing. So much so I started a search to see just how many I could find.

If you want some much needed fun, just come along with me!


Singer Groupies

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The Gang's All Here

*Paul McCartney *Tom Jones *Taylor Swift *Frank Sinatra *Nat King Cole

*John Lennon *The Beatles *The Bee Gees *George Michael *Pink Floyd

*Johnny Cash *Whitney Houston *Katy Perry *Adele *Elvis Presley"

*Celine Dion * Simon and Garfunkel

You may want to come back when you have more time to go through all these. It is packed full and so entertaining you may even want someone to share it with you for all the fun it will be. No kidding, these people I never knew about and they are all so amazing you could spend a good while checking these all out. I can find nowhere online that has this many altogether and I am so hoping you all will enjoy the package I have put together for you!

I Wouldn't Have Missed it for the World

My personal favorites were Bobby Shermin, Bobby Vinton, Bobby Rydell. Guess I had a Bobby thing going there for awhile. Well...someone did!

My favorite of all time song was "My Little Run Away". I can close my eyes and still see a moonlit lake with waters shimmering and that song playing. There were sock hops at the lake every summer and although I was four to seven years younger than these kids, they were friends of my older brother and sister. I was sent to chaperone them but instead they dumped me at the dance knowing I would be safe and they would be free of me!

All the kids knew me because I was a grade school cheerleader that had games at the high school. There I was dumped at a teen town place with a jukebox and loud laughing high school kids. I loved it. I would sit in my cheer leading outfit waiting on my brother to pick me up. I was thrilled when he was late. I never gave him a bad report, although I can never recall my mother ever asked. Guess she trusted us all. Well, at least I was good.

Although we didn't stand around chatting, these kids did speak to me. I don't know what they thought of me but they were always nice and it was like a peek into a secret club I would one day join!

I was kept pretty busy dancing, too, at these sock hops. It was in my blood I guess. There were local DJs there playing the music and I even got a special mention one night! Embarrassing and thrilling and a great thing Mom did not listen to the sock hops!.

I could not keep still when music played. But if I had never been asked to dance, I wouldn't have missed it for the world.

The Beatles

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The Beatles

This was so fantastic! We hear so much about fake news and this is fake people but they really sell themselves. I had such a fun time with this and I know you will too!

New to Article - Must see

Ed Sullivan and The Beatles

Paul McCartney

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Eleanor Rigby

Watching this I thought this guy is not going to pull off a Paul McCartney. He looked nothing like him so I doubted his singing too. He does both great! You will be pleasantly surprised!

Sir Paul McCartney

Johnny Cash

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Ring of Fire

This was the first one I saw that got me interested in the rest. I cannot remember ever having such fun in a search. This is just a dip in a bucket of the talent out there!

This guy hits you immediately with a talent you will not soon forget.

Johnny Cash

John Lennon

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Shake it Up Baby

Gary Gibson does a really great rendition of John Lennon.

John Lennon Sound Alike

Elvis

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Elvis Presley

For all those who did and always will love Elvis, I have an unbelievable sound alike, another sound alike that looks like the young Elvis and then a little video I tossed in for good measure. Photos of Elvis and Priscilla I had never seen before when they are so healthy, happy and just beautiful! Optional.

CC Rider

Elvis Sound Alike

Elvis and Priscilla

The Bee Gees

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Laughing

Bee Gees has to be my all time favorite group and although it made me feel guilty to laugh I actually saw a show where Barry Gibb shows up on one of these videos, so if it is alright with him I am just going laugh to my heart's content!

Bee Gees

Serious and so good!

Nat King Cole

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Not a studio playing or nothing professional. Just a guy sitting at his piano sounding so like Nat King Cole. What a talent.

Nat King Cole

Pink Floyd

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I was never big on Pink Floyd though many of my friends were. This is for the ones who loved them! Great likeness.

Pink Floyd

George Michael

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Who Wears Short Shorts?

George has passed and many of us really miss him. So cute and such a great singer. What a crush I had on him until I found out it was fruitless...or whatever. Still did not keep me from seeing and listening to him every chance I got,

This guy is a great double for George.

George Michael

Simon and Garfunkel

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Simon and Garfunkel sound alikes. Very good!

Frank Sinatra

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Fly Me to the Moon

Frank was a favorite of my mothers and I didn't like or dislike him. In later years I have heard some songs of his I was quite surprised by. Not bad and neither is this rendition.

Franks Sinatra

Tom Jones

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It's Not Unusual

What can I say? Another great that will simply amaze you. Sounds just like Tom!

Tom Jones

Adele

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Adele Plays Adele

There are some Adele imitations below but this is actually Adele with a group of women trying to be like her. She changes her appearance and tries for a part of her. OK ...it is crazy! That is why it is so much fun! Check it out!

Adele With a Twist Just for Fun

Celine Dion

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Celine Dion Plus Many More

This one woman does so many imitations, thirteen right here without taking a deep breath! How does anyone change that many voices with no time to prepare? She is really a talented amazement!

Katy Perry - Adele Plus Many More

Whitney Houston

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Mall Girl

Here are two woman singing like Whitney. The first is good and more professional but I just love this last video of a girl in a mall! You have to wonder about all the talent around us we never get to witness. Please take a quick look at her, you won't be able to stop watching I bet you!

Look at the guy peeping at her too!

Whitney Houston

© 2018 Jackie Lynnley

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  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    5 weeks ago from The Beautiful South

    Thank you Audrey! I am sure you would give them all more justice than I, singing them, but I do have the music in my blood!

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    Audrey Hunt 

    5 weeks ago from Idyllwild Ca.

    I'm with you for the song, "My little Run Away." Thanks for mentioning Frank Sinatra. And the Bee Gees bring back some great memories. This is a fun collection.

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    Jackie Lynnley 

    6 weeks ago from The Beautiful South

    Dianna, this was so much fun I could have gone on and on!

    Thanks so much for stopping by.

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    Dianna Mendez 

    6 weeks ago

    Oh wow, Whitney and Simon & Garfunkel sound alikes are so good! I have heard so many Elvis impersonators in my life and I enjoy hearing them each time. This was a really fun read! Blessings, Jackie.

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    7 weeks ago from The Beautiful South

    Thank you PS, love you and your angels!

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    Patricia Scott 

    7 weeks ago from sunny Florida

    What a great collection...I definitely will mark this and come back to fully enjoy. I enjoyef the walk down memory lane...music has had(and still does) a eay of marking special times in my journey. Enjoyed his a great deal.Angels are on the way to you this morning.ps

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    6 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Thanks Pamela! This was so much fun to do, I love coming back too!

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    Pamela Oglesby 

    6 months ago from Sunny Florida

    I remember all of those singers and groups. The music was so much fun when I was growing up, and now in gives me good memories. When I have more time I am going to com back and listen to each song! Excellent account of many of the greats.

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    6 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Thank you Peggy, for stopping by to take a look. Pleased you enjoyed it.

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    Peggy Woods 

    6 months ago from Houston, Texas

    These were amazing sound alikes! We actually know a man who sings and also sounds just like Frank Sinatra here in Houston. He used to work for my husband. We have heard him singing in a downtown restaurant.

    These were fun to hear. Thanks for assembling them.

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    8 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Thank you Peg and it was so much fun. It was very hard to stop adding to this!

    So pleased you enjoyed it.

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    Peg Cole 

    8 months ago from Dallas, Texas

    Wow, I love this great playlist of wannabe singers. I had heard the Tom Jones guy before. He's great. The Bee Gee misheard lyrics was a real crack up and I'm looking forward to listening to the rest. Adele must have a great sense of humor. What fun!

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    So true Dianna! This has been so much fun for me, I come back often to listen to more!

    Thank you.

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    Dianna Mendez 

    9 months ago

    I so enjoyed your article with all the wonderful songs and excellent impersonators. Especially entertaining was Elvis look-alike, no one better than the King!

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Hmm, good question, MizB or should I call you Doris?

    Well, like singing stars, which I assume you mean, can really become a hit much easier than ever I think. I mean YouTube could make them a star overnight. I even did a hub once months ago about this guy and gal who teamed up there never having met and became famous and went far. I think they actually got together and then went separate ways but just so much can happen today because of the internet, don't you agree?

    I really don't think media has to have anything to do with it, but of course would be a fool not to make news of someone outstanding.

    Great to have you back!

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    Doris James-MizBejabbers 

    9 months ago from Beautiful South

    I'm baa-ck with more nonsensical comments. Again I commend you for your painstaking research, Jackie. Since Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra were of my mother's generation and we loved Elvis and Johnny for giving us something new, I'm not into their impersonators but I have to admit they are talented. The Bee Gees were hilarious! Sounds like something Shel Silverstein would do.

    I think my favorite was the Adele as Adele. It was so funny watching these ladies, especially when they realized that it really was she in disguise. I didn't think much of the singer with the black hair and white eye shadow as Adele, but I would really like to see her as herself. She was fantastic! So much talent in all of these impersonators.

    It is such a shame that these really talented people have to impersonate someone famous in order to make it themselves. There are so many no-talents who actually make it in the music industry.

    Question for ya: Do you think that social media will change the current way of making stars?

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Thank you Lori. Yes, as a kid and many years really I was so super shy but like a comedian, I guess, when i sang I became someone else. Oh, the mind, what a terrible thing, lol

    I will look this guy up. Thank you!

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    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Thanks Linda! It is a lot of fun!

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    Lori Colbo 

    9 months ago from Pacific Northwest

    Fabulous hub. I don't have sound available at the moment but I will come back and listen to them. There are so many elvis impersonators. I saw one at a Las Vegas show. I got kissed by him, much to my embarrassment. My husband pushed my up to the front of the stage. I am not the groupie type.

    I loved most in this hub learning about you. Very cool you can impersonate.

    Have you heard of Phil Keaggy? He's a Christian singer and one of the best guitar players out there. He has a voice very similar to Paul McCartney. I think they might have played together once. Look him up on youtube.

    Great job and unique topic.

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    Linda Crampton 

    9 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

    You've come up with a great idea for an article, Jackie! It was very entertaining to read. I'll revisit it to listen to all the videos.

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    MizB - So pleased you enjoyed so much of it already! Please do come back. So sorry about you and Johnny but what about me and Michael? haha

    I did like this Elvis impersonator because he seems so natural, like Elvis younger than I remember him! Carl Perkins, long time since I have heard that name and I cannot think of the woman connected to him. Was she the one who married a much younger country artist? She was a singer too. Well there is the memory out the window but it is nice to touch on it again!

    Thanks so much for coming by!

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Linda, he was good! There were others, professional, but as soon as I heard this guy I knew he just had a natural talent and looks did not matter!

    Thanks for stopping by!

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    Doris James-MizBejabbers 

    9 months ago from Beautiful South

    Jackie, loved this hub. You had to have spent many hours researching all these great imitations. You were right, I'll have to revisit to listen to them all. Right now I sought out my favorites. Johnny Cash - The kid is astounding, especially for 15 years old. He does need to practice Johnny's southern drawl a little bit though. I grew up in Arkansas just 99 miles from Johnny Cash, but he was older than me anyway. Boo hoo. Tom Jones - the young man has his style down pat and sounds great!

    Elvis- there are so many Elvis impersonaters but most just impersonate the look. This young singer not only sings like him, but he has the voice qualities of Elvis, something hard to imitate. At one time another professional rock 'n roller, Carl Perkins, was mistaken for Elvis. They both released "Blue Suede Shoes" about the same time. Some people actually believed it was Elvis recording under another name.

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    Linda Lum 

    9 months ago from Washington State, USA

    What a fun article. My favorite is the Nat King Cole imitator. I could listen to NKC all day long. What an amazing voice. (BTW years ago our garbage man was a Elvis impersonator).

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Thanks Dora, I thought so too and I hope it will go over well with HP. I just like something a little different to research now and then and this was so much fun!

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Thanks Bill, hope you will come back and check them all out!

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    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Mary, thank you so much for taking a look. They are everyone fun to me!

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    Dora Weithers 

    9 months ago from The Caribbean

    The 16-year old Elvis and the young Whitney are incredible. I bet the others are too. This hub is unique and very well done.

  • Jackie Lynnley profile imageAUTHOR

    Jackie Lynnley 

    9 months ago from The Beautiful South

    Thanks shanmarie, I loved her too, and have been to see that several times!

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    Bill Holland 

    9 months ago from Olympia, WA

    That was a fun read! I was just reading about two brothers in NYC who sound just like the Beatles....it was pretty amazing watching their YouTube video....anyway, this was a great way to begin my day.

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    Mary Norton 

    9 months ago from Ontario, Canada

    Oh my...reminded me of my younger days. I love the ones you featured here even the later ones. Time to listen to them again. Thanks for sharing.

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    Shannon Henry 

    9 months ago from Texas

    Jackie, this is a delightful hub. Loved the random girl in the mall. Thanks for sharing your finds with us.

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