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
|Kajagoogoo||Limahl||Considering that the band forcibly removed Limahl from the group, taking bad advice from one of their managers that Limahl was the reason why they couldn't shed that "teenybopper" image, I could sense during VH1 Bands Reunited interview that there were still sour grapes between Limahl and the rest of the band. I'm not kidding either. Limahl seemed to still be upset that the band and their managers wanted to "be rid of him!" But despite the awful way that he was let go from the band Limahl still did really well. - Celeste|
|Kenny Rogers and the First Edition||Kenny Rogers||After going solo and switching from psychedelic rock to country, he broke out. - dxman|
|Kiss||Peter Criss||His solo stuff sounds like the Grateful Dead. I enjoy it and though I wouldn't say it's better than KISS, I would say Peter seems a lot happier! - GlamRockNinjaLord|
|Kiss||Ace Frehley||The only Kiss member to have a hit single from his solo album("New York Groove"). All four members had a solo album released simultaneously in 1978. (He also formed Frehley's Comets in 1982 after he left KISS.) - rocky|
|KMD||MF Doom||His solo work helped him rise to fame. 2004 was his golden year. - All-Starr|
|Korn||Brian "head" Welch||He was way more respected, and way better in Korn then he is as a solo artist. - Justin|
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