TOMMY LEE, AXL ROSE And GENE SIMMONS Are Among '20 Baddest Boys' In Music

MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer Tommy Lee, GUNS N' ROSES frontman Axl Rose and KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons are among the 20 "baddest boys" in music, according to a list compiled by the MuchMoreMusic show "Listed".

Hosted by Karina Huber, "Listed" features a weekly roster of top artists who live in the record books — and the tabloids. From themes including "Most Controversial," "All Time Classics," "Top Sellers" and more, this MuchMoreMusic original show backs up each edition with the latest in stats, current gossip and expert opinion.

"20 Baddest Boys In Music," according to MuchMoreMusic's "Listed":

01. Tommy Lee
02. Eminem
03. Gene Simmons
04. 50 Cent
05. Liam Gallagher
06. Jim Morrison
07. Axl Rose
08. Keith Richards
09. Johnny Rotten
10. Snoop Dogg
11. Ozzy Osbourne
12. Iggy Pop
13. Bobby Brown
14. Scott Weiland
15. Kid Rock
16. David Lee Roth
17. Jerry Lee Lewis
18. Robbie Williams
19. Rick James
20. Billy Idol


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