Yes...i know Elvis is the King of Rock n' Roll but is dead...so who do you think is the next King of Rock n' Roll?
Dead or alive, the crown will always be his. That's why he's the King
That would be the late, great Freddie Mercury. Another dead Pop Monarch
Tarja Turunen would be my pick for the Queen of Rock.
lol UW - I'm a bit of a Lego fan. I may well have to check that out, pause, think about the positives of owning it, drink a bit more coffee, add in some vodka then buy it anyway
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Queen ...they are rock icons...they did not achieve what Elvis did..only fame
What's Rock n' Roll?
Do you mean Rock n Rolla, the latest film by Guy Richie? In that case, its Gerard Butler, closely followed by Tom Wilkinson
Elvis will always be the King ! Sadly there is no one worthy of passing the torch too right now . What,s Vanilla Ice doin ?
Hey, Rock is dead. No point in seeking a king for a country that does not exist.
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rock will never be dead....music is timeless
"Rock 'n' Roll ain't noise pollution/
Rock 'n' Roll ain't gonna die"
-AC/DC "Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution"
Sorry to tell you and your hub, but you are wrong. Rock will last forever, and pop/rap couldn't & won't ever replace it!
I guess you can't replace Elvis, but if I had a choice, it would definitely be AC/DC. They have been rocking since 1973 & they have the highest selling album by any band. Also their best album "Back in Black" has gone 22x diamond, second only to Michael Jackson.
Your reading his post.
Lol Jk, I'm not high on rock n roll.
I agree that there will never be another King Of Rock N Roll, if there was though the only 2 contenders IMO would be Bono and Bruce Springsteen.
Rock'n'roll is dead, so it's all republic now, no more kings...
I personally believe that artists these days are just not what they used to be. They all want to be as big as Elvis etc, but I think its clear to see that that's never going to happen!
Does anyone really believe that there is an artist out there today that will be bigger than Elvis, Beatles, Michael Jackson etc?
I don't think so....
..well if he's willing to make a comeback then the King of Kings - Jesus Christ!
Elvis will never be replaced as the king of R&R, just like
George Jones will never be replaced as the king of country music.
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