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?
Comments & Submittor Name
|Michael had success, as did is little sister Janet. - Travis
|He was the only Jackson, besides baby sister Janet, to have at least 5 consecutive top 10 singles. Now that's better than what he did with his brothers. - Celeste
|The James Gang
|The James Gang were interesting, but solo, Walsh became genius. - P Smith
|After escaping one of the Bay area's most over-rated group's (and suffering through one-too-many of Marty Balin's legendary menstrual mood swings), Jorrma and Jack Cassidy founded Hot Tuna. Peace of mind and a restraining order were the direct result. - prince jellyfish
|This guy broke from the herd after the first album, and went on to form Blodwyn Pig. Although not very Tull-like, the first several releases by Mick's band are solid efforts worth seeking out if you like your blues up-tempo and "dirty" at the same time. - princejellyfish
|Jimi Hendrix Experience
|After "Electric Ladyland", Hendrix went-off and formed Band of Gypsys. But this band was later known as The Cry of Love after Hendrix left. - Paul Warren
|The Johner Brothers
|I think he is doing better without his brother Ken. - Travis
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