David's voice overall is way stronger. I think he is better trained, but in a different way. David has learned to transition from his upper range to his lower range and back without breaks in the tone. He can fully do 3 octaves
with power when needed at both ends of the spectrum.
I think Josh's range is limited. I can't recall him really popping any high or low range songs. He is not a true tenor, but he sings middle range songs to not emphasize his limits. I liked his voice for a while, but got tired of the sameness of all his music. I don't recall any really strong up tunes either... He loves ballads and "big" numbers..but they all start to sound the same after a while.
That's another reason why I know I love David's voice. He is more versatile, I think... He does a variety of styles and does an up tune better than anyone...but he can't be compared to a living soul with his ballads.
David also has God leading him and it shows with every project he does or every performance he puts out there.
Haven't thought about this in a while... Thanks,
This is one of those threads that every post should start with "in my opinion"...My love of dp's voice is just as much as anyones...I can't say, in my opinion, that dp is "way" stronger, he just uses it differently. As far as the sameness in Josh's music, I have all of his cd/dvd's (as I do with dp) and there is quite a selection of different music...and as far as ballads go...I could listen to them all day..not much into the up beat type of songs from any performer, but that is my personal preference...this is dp's board and I know I am in a minority...I just think they both have wonderful God given talents...they shouldn't be compared, again...just my opinion!.