The Scottish-born musician pictured above was the singer of an Australian rock band. His real first name was Ronald, but that's not the moniker by which he went or is best known.
The Englishman pictured in this photo was the drummer of a legendary rock band. We know, that could describe a lot of the artists whose yearbook photos we've been featuring. But sadly, this kit minder's life was cut short when he died on Sept. 25, 1980 at the age of 32. Drinking played a part in his passing.
The precocious-looking British youngster pictured in this yearbook photo was easily one of the most prolific and best songwriters ever. He was a singer and a guitarist, as well.
This yearbook photo was taken in 1960, from St. Leo College Preparatory School in Florida, which this famed classic rock guitarist and songwriter attended for just a year. He moved a few times as a youth since his father was in the military.
The guitarist pictured in this yearbook photo should be obvious if you squint and look really closely. Just imagine a few more deep set wrinkles on his cheeks, a bandana wrapped around his head and a cigarette hanging out of his mouth, and it should come to you pretty quickly.
The gentleman pictured above is a longtime famous rock bassist, born April 25, 1945. His earliest success came in the '70s as part of a Hall of Fame foursome. When the singer bolted, he continued to make music. In fact, he has remained pretty much an unbreakable unit with the band's drummer, playing with him in multiple bands.
Okay, we know the photo on today's mystery yearbook photo is really small, but the lush mane atop the head of this future golden god and frontman should be a dead giveaway, no?
The young English lad in this yearbook photo was born on July 7, 1940. He is one of the most fabulous drummers in rock history. He joined the band in which he became famous in 1962, and remains among the most popular concert attractions in the world to this day.
The English rocker pictured in this yearbook photo was born on March 25, 1947. He's a singer, songwriter, pianist and composer, who has straddled the line between pop and rock his entire life, to glorious results. He's also celebrated for his colorful style and stage attire.
The young boy pictured in the yearbook photo above went on to become one of the most famous and most influential English frontmen in rock 'n' roll history, no questions asked.