The 10 Best Hair Bands of the 1980’s
The 10 best hair bands of the 1980 had big hair and even bigger hits. Often referred to as because they seemed to care more about their image than the music, hair bands came onto the music scene in the 1980 and took MTV by storm. Dressed in leather, spandex, and boots, these bands preened and posed, giving sultry looks right into the camera. The music they played was a mix of rock and roll and heavy metal a very light"pop" metal. His smoldering good looks were perfect for music video. Along with band mates Reb Beach, Rod Morgenstern and John Roth, they toured the world with artists like ZZ Top. and heated up the charts from 1988 1994. They had several successful reunion tours during the 1990 with a slightly changed line up, and released a new CD in November 2009 called Karma. This musical effort garnered Winger a list on the top 10 best album list of almost every rock website and magazine.
Led by Dave Coverdale of Deep Purple fame, Whitesnake actually got it start in 1977. The band line up would change over the years, and widespread notoriety would elude them until 1987, when they released Whitesnake. Some hard core fans felt was a sell out to the MTV crowd. Tawny Kitaen, who would later marry and divorce Coverdale, pranced about wearing very little in these memorable videos. As band are known to do, they broke up and reformed several times over the years. In 2011, Whitesnake released Forevermore and they once again toured the world. 
Lead singer Tom Kiefer had a wide vocal range from high pitch to low and raspy. The blues inspired rock and roll songs they played made these Philly boys Eric Brittingham, Jeff LaBar, and Fred Coury a force to be reckoned with. DeVille, Rikki Rocket, and Bobby Dall were Poison a glam rock band from California. They wore more makeup than most women, and they looked good in it, too! Their monster hit, Talk Dirty to Me, from their smash album Look What the Cat Dragged In, helped them rise to the top of the hair band heap in 1986. They had several hit albums and popular MTV videos. Infighting, constant touring, and DeVille drug addiction eventually brought the band down and they never reached the same height of popularity again, even with new members.
Lead singer Stephen Percy founded Ratt back in 1977. Various line ups over the years eventually evolved into the group that hit the charts in 1984 with platinum selling Out of the Cellar. A cameo by Milton Berle in the Round and Round video was a hit with the MTV crowd. Ratt had consecutive four top ten albums, followed by a fifth album entitled Detonator, released in 1990. Sales were low and in 1992, the band went on hiatus. Different versions of the band went on and off tour in subsequent years. There was talk of a possible reunion and tour in 2012.
This Jersey based band had it start in 1986. Lead singer Sebastian Bach had an extremely powerful voice that took the band to the top of the charts in 1989 with it self titled platinum debut album, which contained the hits I Remember You and 18 and Life. Their second album, Slave to the Grind, debuted at the number one spot in 1991, but grunge had already started to overtake the radio airwaves. Success would not follow a third time, as grunge had become the new favorite flavor of radio music. The band split, and several attempts at reconciliation failed. Jani Lane died of an apparent suicide in August 2011.
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virgin hair wholesale favorite and best band for last. Bon Jovi has done what most of the other top 10 hair bands have not stayed together and rocked on for close to thirty years. Their line up has remained virtually unchanged since their 1984 self titled debut album. Guitarist Richie Sambora, keyboard player David Bryan, drummer Tico Torres and Jon have been together for the whole ride. Their style of music changed with the times, and today they continue to tour to sold out arenas around the world. This is why I believe they are the top 10 hair band of the 1980 and of all time!