Tom Smith (from the Editors)
Thomas Michael Henry "Tom" Smith (born 29 April 1981) is an English musician. He is the lead singer, lyricist, keyboardist and rhythm guitarist for the Birmingham-based indie rock band Editors.
Smith's vocal style has been compared to that of post-punk singers such as Ian Curtis of Joy Division, Paul Banks of Interpol, Robert Smith of The Cure and Michael Stipe of R.E.M.. Smith's vocal range is baritone, but he uses falsetto to reach higher notes. His use of falsetto has been noted on their third album, In This Light and on This Evening. His main guitar is a Gibson ES-335, and he also plays a Fender Telecaster Custom.
When Smith lost his voice during the 2006 SXSW concert, the band had to cancel the last song of their first gig.
In July 2008, he contributed a cover of "Bonny" (by Prefab Sprout) for the UK edition of the Independents Day charity album.
Smith performed a solo show in February 2012 in Brussels, Belgium where he sang old and new Editors songs.
In 2014, Daily Mirror published a list of singers with largest vocal ranges in the UK. Statistics were based on sheet music data from musicnotes.com, a website with over 260,000 sheet music arrangements. Smith with his vocal range of 4.75 octaves topped the list, beating singers like Elton John, Robert Plant or Freddie Mercury.Continue reading at Wikipedia... Wikipedia content provided under the terms of the Creative Commons BY-SA license
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