There are many singers who have unique voices, but there are voices that sound the same as other singers’ voices. The unique singers’ voices can be easily identified when hearing them instantly on the radio. It could be because their voice is incredibly low or incredibly high. The singer to me that has the most unique voice would be Barry White. His voice is the most soothing and lowest.
Most people could identify his voice quickly. He was born in 1944 and died in 2003. He played the piano, harpsichord, keyboards and drums. He began singing in 1960 and stopped when he died. He made over one hundred albums and these albums were considered gold albums based on the number of albums he sold.
David Bowie had a unique singing voice. Little Richard and Elvis Presley profoundly influenced his earlier work. He also emulated the British musical theater singer and songwriter, Anthony Newley. He adopted his smooth vocal style. Bowie's use of octave switches for different repetitions of the same melody was proved in his commercial breakthrough single, "Space Oddity," and in the song, "Heroes." In "Heroes" he added a dramatic element to his singing.
In the lowest part of the vocal register, his voice had a certain depth, and his vocals were very distinctive. He also has an impeccable technical ability with his singing. His voice often changed dramatically from section to section. When Bowie sang the first notes of a song, you automatically know it is him. He had one of the most recognizable voices in music.