The 15 Greatest Female Singers of All Time: No Auto-Tuned Artists Allowed

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In the age of autotune, it can be difficult to discern who are the greatest singers of all time. After all, it’s very easy for female singers to get hired based on looks and then automatically tuned to perfection. In our list we take this into account and include only the best female singers of all time who do not use autotune during recordings and performances.

This list is based on pure talent only. Read on to find out all about the greatest female singers of all time.

15.Tina Turner

At the bottom of our list of the greatest female singers of all time Tina Turner, but that doesn’t mean she wasn’t a great singer. Known as the Queen of Rock, Tina could sing a soft ballad or a rock anthem with perfection.

Although she suffered many setbacks in her career, she made one of the greatest comebacks of all time and really belongs on this list.

14.Joni Mitchell

Joni Mitchell is a Canadian singer known for her impressive range and the versatility of her voice. She could sing folk songs, rock songs, and even classical and jazz music on demand.

Unfortunately, unlike other singers on this list, Joni Mitchell’s voice hasn’t aged well. But that doesn’t change the fact that she is one of the most recognized and best female singers of all time.

13.Amy Winehouse

Amy Winehouse had one of the most unique voices of the century, and it’s a shame the world only got to hear it for such a short time. While her personal life may have been in turmoil, her voice was truly something to behold.

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12. Fauzia

Originally from Morocco but raised in Canada, Faouzia is a modern marvel not only because of her alto vibrato singing voice, which is unique, but also because she was raised Muslim and can sing fluently in three languages: Arabic, French and English.

At the age of 15, Faouzia had already won awards for her singing voice and was invited to sing with popular icons such as Kelly Clarkson and David Guetta. Although still at the beginning of her career, she already won the International Songwriting Contest and surpassed 11,000 entries from all over the world.

11. Nobility

Clearly, a list of the greatest female singers of all time must include Adele. Originally from the United Kingdom, Adele rose to fame faster than almost any other female artist in history. Her second album 21, actually registered as one of the best-selling albums of all time in the UK, reached second place, just below a Beatles album.

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10. Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga is perhaps most famous for her pop anthems that are sometimes heavily mechanized and auto-tuned, but anyone who’s seen the movie”A star is bornknow that this woman has one of the most amazing singing voices.

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9. Julia Andrews

Some people might argue that Julie Andrews doesn’t belong on any list of the greatest female singers of all time, but we’re happy to argue that she does. With a classically trained voice, there’s just something about her singing in “Mary Poppins” and “The sound of musicThat makes her a queen of the musical movie before they were even popular.

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8. Christina Aguilera

Another artist on this list who occasionally uses autotune, the natural talent of Christina Aguilera should not be overlooked. She packs a powerful pair of lungs into a surprisingly small body. She has 4 octaves to sing in, which is crazy considering how powerful her voice is.

7. Sharon den Adel

Basically unknown to Americans, Sharon Den Adel is a European marvel. Known for her strong operatic voice, this singer originally attended fashion school before starting her own band and had no musical training whatsoever. Although the artist is now well into her 40s, she still has one of the strongest and most respected singing voices in all of Europe.

While her most famous song is “Mother Earth“You don’t get the full range of her abilities without listening to the song”angels.”

6. Mariah Carey

While many of her new songs are auto-tuned, Mariah Carey has a natural talent that cannot be ignored. She was blessed at a young age to be able to sing in not one but five different octaves, which quickly catapulted her to the top of the charts. We are also impressed that many of her chart-toppers, such as “Everything I want for Christmas is you”, were written by Mariah Carey herself.

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5. Ella Fitzgerald

Ella Fitzgerald comes in as 5e on our list of the greatest female singers of all time, but we really wish she would come in fourth. Her voice is impeccable, able to help everyone relax. While her range was known to be a bit narrow, she was dubbed The First Lady of Song for a reason.

4.Barbara Streisand

Barbara Streisand has won so many awards for her songs that it’s impossible to put her on this list. Her voice is known as one of the most emotional of all time, capable of bringing an audience to tears. She is also an accomplished actress.

3. Celine Dion

Any list of the greatest female singers of all time should include Celine Dion. With a career that spanned generations and included a residency in Las Vegas, there’s no one else quite like Celine Dion in the music world. Plus, with her work in Blockbuster hits like “The Titanic” and “deadpoolHer music is famous all over the world.

2.Whitney Houston

There is a lot of debate among people about whether Whitney Houston or Aretha Franklin should hold the position of greatest singer of all time. We love them both, with voices that can really change how a song is heard. We’re holding Whitney second, especially since she passed away in 2012, six years before Aretha Franklin.

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1. Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin is by far one of the greatest singers of all time. With humble beginnings as a chorister, Aretha quickly took the world by storm with a few number one hits under her belt by the time she was 18 years old. With a vocal range of three octaves, there really isn’t a singer quite as capable as Aretha.


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