15 Bands That Carried On With New Singers

Watch Motley Crue, Van Halen, Journey and others soldier on without their frontmen

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Velvet Revolver (2002-2008)

Right around the time that Audioslave teamed up with Chris Cornell, Slash, Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum signed on with Scott Weiland and formed Velvet Revolver. They sprinkled Guns N' Roses classics into their set list from the very beginning, though they avoided the giant hits like "Welcome to the Jungle" and "Sweet Child o' Mine." Instead, they brought out "It's So Easy" and "Mr. Brownstone." (These were also easier for Weiland to sing.) The group lasted for a few years before falling apart in a spectacular (and all too predictable) fashion. 

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