Yes, there are rock bands with members that are still living and touring. Some of these many rock bands include:Papa RoachThree Days GraceSlipknotAvenged SevenfoldCreedSeven DustGreen Day.
Rock bands, pop bands, metal bands, grunge bands, country and western bands, punk bands, alternative rock bands, progressive rock bands, indie rock bands, latin-american bands, jazz bands, blues bands, glam rock bands, gospel bands, death metal bands.. to name a few. But should give you an idea. Are you from Venus by any chance?
tens of thousands of people sing in rock bands
none....rock did not exist until the mid-fifties
I think it will be Canada, Germany, Norway, and Japan. This is considering their rise of mostly genre based rock bands like J-Rock, J-Pop, Black Metal, Techno, Industrial, and Indie bands.
Bjorn to Rock are aclaimed as being one of the UK's top ABBA tribute bands. They have been accredited with top reviews by the likes of Chris Evans (Radio DJ) and many more.
Thousands! maybe millions! :-0
That would be Instrumental Music. Many bands and genres are instrumental, such as classical and some jazz music, along with bands such as Liquid Tension Experiment or Mono, which are Progressive Rock. Many Progressive Rock bands are instrumental, if you are looking for a rock band that has no vocals.
Marching Bands, Orchestras, Big bands, concert bands, Jazz bands, and sometimes but rarely rock bands. Marching Bands, Orchestras, Big bands, concert bands, Jazz bands, and sometimes but rarely rock bands.
There are many bands on the boundary between rock and metal, and there are many metal bands (metal having evolved from rock). Which one do you mean? If you have a song title, that could help people trying to answer the question.
Many bands performed psychedelic rock in the 1960s, such as the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, the Byrds, Can, the Doors, 13th Floor Elevators, and Hawkwind, among many others.