I've been singing in bands since I was 16. We did a lot of Misfits covers, both Danzig and Graves,when I was a teen ager. Then through college I was obsessed with Black and Death metal, so I was doing metal vocals for a while. I've since been doing a lot of reggae and ska vocals, actually singing again(compared to death metal vocals, lol) and my voice is somewhere between Bradley Nowell of Sublime, and Kaleo Wassman of Pepper.
I've sung in a few different choirs, jazz and classical. I also do a fair amount of guitar/singing solo stuff, mostly at open mic nights and the occasional small show, usually as filler for someone else. I've got a decent vocal range, pretty strong E2 to G4, maybe higher if I scream or do falsetto or lower if I have a cold.
I sing a lot at my friends when they least expect it and don't want it, and I've been told I have an okay voice. Depending on the song and how high or low pitch is, I sometimes agree with them. I don't know if I'm a good singer necessarily, but I think I'm good at mimicking singing voices.
When I was in a strolling orchestra, I had to serenade strangers at gigs. I was generally one of the better singers in the orchestra, but that isn't really saying much. I can hold a pitch, which is better than a lot of people can say, but I don't have very good enunciation. I look like I would have a high voice, but my vocal range is on the high end of baritone, which means I have to transpose just about anything I try to sing. Most melodies are either slightly too low for my voice or considerably higher than I can sing.