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Sometimes a lead singer gets kicked out of a band, or leaves when their head gets too big for them. How well did they do on their own?

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Comments & Submittor Name
The Eagles Don Henley He's much better off with the band than he is without but he did have quite a number of hit singles on his own. - Celeste
Edgar Winter Group Dan Hartman He's best known for his solo songs, more exactly, his most famous songs(not counting other's versions) are, "I Can Dream about You" and "We Are The Young". - mads.
Eiffel 65  Gabry Ponte The Bliss Corporation had driven him out of Eiffel 65 because Bliss was starting to think with songs like "Viagga Insieme a me" , "Una Notte E Forse Mai Piu","Like A Rolling Stone",and "Oggi" there was not much of a need for a DJ . and so now Gabry is a full time solo artist and his solo work is even better now than in his first two albums with amazing songs like "U.N.D.E.R.G.R.O.U.N.D" and "The Point Of No Return" oh and not long after Gabry was driven out of Eiffel 65 Maury and Jeffrey (the remaining members of Eiffel) left the Bliss Corporation but yet the name is still owned by Bliss and there will be a new eiffel lineup later this year . - Ray Pissed
The Equals Eddy Grant Grant released "Electric Avenue" in 1982, three years after the Equals broke up. - Alan the Ottoman
Europe John Norum John has a surprisingly good solo discography and he also played guitar on Don Dokken's solo album, "Up From The Ashes". - GlamRockNinjaLord
Eve's Plum Colleen Fitzpatrick (Vitamin C) Eve's Plum was a garage band in the 90s before they broke up in 1998 and Fitzpatrick became Vitamin C. Turned out it was a good career move, who have several hits on her debut album. - Shepop
Exile J. P. Pennington After leaving the band in the late 1980's, Pennington enjoyed moderate success as a solo artist, scoring a Top 30 Country hit in "Whatever It Takes". He has since re-formed Exile with guitarist Les Taylor. - Todd W. Zimmerman

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