Astrology can get complicated, but you don’t have to study the movements of the planets and stars in order to understand your zodiac sign. A relatable frame of reference is all you need - for instance, a breakdown of famous musicians and how they align with the zodiac signs.
Each sign of the zodiac, from Aries to Pisces, has its own strengths, fears, and distinct personality traits. Leos are natural leaders who love attention. Imaginative Pisceans often create their own worlds inside their minds and spend a lot of time daydreaming. By figuring out which musician speaks to your sign, you can gain even more insight into your own astrological chart.
We paired the greatest frontmen and frontwomen of all time with the 12 signs of the zodiac. Scroll through to find the frontman that aligns with your zodiac sign. What do you think - have you found your celestial soulmate?
Aries is the first sign of the zodiac, so those born under this sign are often trailblazers and innovators, fearless in the pursuit of their passions. When you think about it that way, there's no rock star who represents those qualities more than David Bowie.
Bowie was the first of his kind, unapologetically blazing trails left and right in true Aries fashion, from bold male makeup to musical altar egos.
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Taurus, an Earth sign, loves indulging in earthly pleasures like good music and good clothing, and former No Doubt frontwoman Gwen Stefani is known for both. Taureans are also seen as the builders of the zodiac, and vacillate between deep relaxation and high energy.
Although it's impossible to categorize Freddie Mercury, there is no denying that the Queen frontman embodied the feisty, fiery Gemini spirit. According to the AstroTwins, Gemini "helps us... fly our freak flags at full mast."
If there ever was a proponent of letting the freak flag fly, it was Mercury.
Symbolized by the Crab, Cancers tend to have a tough outer shell - but deep inside, they're bursting with feelings and emotions. That sounds kind of like Liam Gallagher, the lead singer of Oasis. The frontman has a reputation for being difficult to work with, but that's just his "crab shell" showing.
Gallagher gets in touch with his softer side by writing music and singing rock ballads like "Wonderwall."