42: Corky Laing

Corky Laing started his life in 1948 as the youngest of five siblings in Montreal, Canada. His early bands enjoyed a good local following, opened for many of the popular British invasion acts and, ultimately, got a record deal with Atlantic Records in New York. Through the teenage summers, his band was a regular on the Island of Nantucket, Massachusetts and frequented clubs in New York City. In September 1969, his life changed for good when Mountain happened.

41: Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper is one of the main-stays of rock music and the godfather of shock.  You're just as likely to see him spending time with a guillotine as you are with a pet snake or playing 9 holes of golf.

40: Ed Roland / Collective Soul

2019 is proving to be a bright and shiny 25th anniversary year for Atlanta multi-Platinum rockers COLLECTIVE SOUL, and they’ll be celebrating their ongoing legacy in all-out style with a little bit of the old and a lot of the new. They’re in it for the long haul and are gearing up to keep the party going.

39: Chuck Garric

Chuck Garric is one of the hardest-working bass players in rock music today.  Not only has he toured and played a key role in Alice Cooper's band since 2002, he also fronts his own band, Beastö Blancö, alongside Calico Cooper.