Here are 50 famous musicians from United States of America were born in 1967:
Harry Connick, Jr. (September 11, 1967 New Orleans-) a.k.a. Harry Connick, Junior, Harry Connick Jr., Harry Connick, Jr, Harry Connick Jr, Harry Connick Junior, Connick Jr, Harry, Harry Connick Jnr, Joseph Harry Fowler Connick Jr., Connick, Harry, Jr. or The Vice-Chairman of the Board is an American songwriter, singer, composer, actor, musician, music arranger, conductor, lyricist, film producer, pianist, voice actor and television producer. His children are called Georgia Tatum Connick, Charlotte Connick and Sarah Kate Connick.
His albums include When Harry Met Sally..., We Are in Love, Blue Light, Red Light, When My Heart Finds Christmas, Forever For Now, She, Only You, Connick on Piano, Volume 2: Occasion, Harry on Broadway, Act I and 'Voodoo Mama'. Genres he performed include Jazz-funk, Big Band, Traditional pop music and Swing music.
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Juliana Hatfield (July 27, 1967 Wiscasset-) a.k.a. Julianna Hatfield, Julian Hatfield, Juliana Hatfield III, Juliana Hatfield 3 or Hatfield, Juliana is an American singer and songwriter.
Her discography includes: Hey Babe, I See You, Only Everything, Universal Heart-Beat, Please Do Not Disturb, Bed, Beautiful Creature, Juliana's Pony: Total System Failure, Gold Stars 1992-2002: The Juliana Hatfield Collection and In Exile Deo. Genres: Indie rock, Alternative rock and Indie pop.
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Kurt Cobain (February 20, 1967 Aberdeen-April 5, 1994 Seattle) also known as Kurdt Cobain, Kurdt Kobain, Nirvana or Kurt Donald Cobain was an American singer, musician, songwriter, guitarist, artist and visual artist. His child is Frances Bean Cobain.
Discography: The "Priest" They Called Him, 1969-11-xx: Aunt Mari's House, Seattle, WA and 1993-09-08: Rock Against Rape Benefit, Club Lingerie, Hollywood, Los Angeles, CA, USA. Genres related to him: Alternative rock, Grunge and Punk rock.
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Nicole Kidman (June 20, 1967 Honolulu-) a.k.a. Nichole Kidman, Nicole Mary Kidman, Nic, Nicole Mary Kidman, AC or "Stalky" is an American singer, actor and film producer. Her children are called Sunday Rose Kidman Urban, Isabella Jane Cruise, Faith Margaret Kidman Urban and Connor Cruise.
Discography: One Day I'll Fly Away, Moulin Rouge, Somethin' Stupid, Come What May and Something Stupid.
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Sophie B. Hawkins (November 1, 1967 Manhattan-) a.k.a. Sophie B Hawkings, Hawkins, Sophie B., Sophie B Hawkins, S. B. Hawkins, Sophie Ballantine Hawkins or Sophie Hawkins is an American singer, singer-songwriter, musician and painter. Her child is called Dashiell Gaston Hawkins.
Her discography includes: Tongues and Tails, Whaler, Timbre, If I Was Your Girl: The Best of, The Best of Sophie B. Hawkins, Wilderness, As I Lay Me Down, Don't Don't Tell Me No, I Want You and Live: Bad Kitty Board Mix. Her related genres: Pop music, Rock music and Adult contemporary music.
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R. Kelly (January 8, 1967 Chicago-) also known as R Kelly, R. Kellly, R.Kelly, R Kelly, R-Kelly, Kelly, R., Robert Sylvester Kelly, Robert Kelly, The Pied Piper or Kells is an American singer, record producer, songwriter, singer-songwriter, musician, music video director, actor, music executive, multi-instrumentalist, rapper, artist, screenwriter, composer, film director, film score composer, film producer and music artist. He has three children, Joann Kelly, Jaya Kelly and Robert Kelly Jr..
His most well known albums: 12 Play, Bump N' Grind, Gotham City, If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time, Ignition, TP.3 Reloaded, Chocolate Factory, Down Low (Nobody Has to Know), Fiesta and Gotham City Clubbin Part 2. Genres related to him: Pop music, New jack swing, Dance-pop, Pop-rap, Gospel music, Rhythm and blues, Hip hop soul, Soul music, Contemporary R&B, Rap opera, Hip hop music, Urban contemporary gospel and Neo soul.
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Poe (March 23, 1967 New York City-) a.k.a. P+E, Jane, Ann Danielewski, Anne Danielewski or Anne Decatur Danielewski is an American singer and songwriter.
Discography: Trigger Happy Jack (Drive by a Go-Go), Hello, Hello, Angry Johnny, Rise and Shine, Haunted, Exploration #4, The 5&½ Minute Hallway and Don't Be Scared. Her related genres: Alternative rock, Pop rock, Rhythm and blues, Electronica, Hard rock, Trip hop and Contemporary R&B.
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Liz Phair (April 17, 1967 New Haven-) a.k.a. Lis Phair, Phair, Liz, Elizabeth Clark Phair or Elizabeth Clark "Liz" Phair is an American songwriter, singer, singer-songwriter, actor, guitarist and composer. She has one child, James Nicholas Staskouskas.
Her albums include Exile in Guyville, Whip-Smart, whitechocolatespaceegg, Liz Phair, Somebody's Miracle, Supernova, Comeandgetit, Juvenilia, Girly Sound and Funstyle. Genres she performed: Indie rock, Rock music, Pop rock, Alternative rock, Lo-fi music and Hip hop music.
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Serj Tankian (August 21, 1967 Beirut-) is an American songwriter, singer, poet, musician, guitarist, keyboard player, record producer, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.
His albums include Empty Walls, Lie Lie Live, Elect the Dead Symphony, Elect the Dead Orchestra, Elect the Dead, Imperfect Harmonies, Imperfect Remixes, Serart, Harakiri and Sky Is Over. Genres he performed include Folk rock, Alternative metal, Art rock, Avant-garde metal, Hard rock, Alternative rock, Nu metal, Experimental rock, Funk rock, Progressive metal, Psychedelic rock, Rock music, Experimental music, Heavy metal, Classical music and Progressive rock.
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Dave Matthews (January 9, 1967 Johannesburg-) also known as David J. Matthews, David John Matthews, Matthews, Dave, Dave J. Matthews, David Matthews, Dave Mathews, The Dave Matthews Band, David John "Dave" Matthews or Dave Matthews Band is an American singer, songwriter, musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist and actor. He has three children, August Oliver Matthews, Grace Anne Matthews and Stella Busina Matthews.
His albums: Some Devil, Eh Hee, DMBLive Series: China Club, NYC 01/09/2004, Live at Luther College, 2004-09-18: Farmaid Webcast, Big Man on Campus, 2006-09-30: Farm Aid XXI, The Tweeter Center, Camden, NJ, USA, Double Down, 1993-04-22: Prism Coffee House, Charlottesville, VA, USA and 2005-10-28: Aladdin Theatre of the Performing Arts, Las Vegas, NV, USA. Genres: Jam band, Jazz fusion, Rock music, Pop music, Alternative rock, Blues rock, Roots rock and Adult contemporary music.
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Billy Corgan (March 17, 1967 Elk Grove Village-) a.k.a. billy_corgan, William Patrick Corgan, Jr., Corgan, Billy, William Patrick Corgan, William Patrick "Billy" Corgan, Jr., The Smashing Pumpkins, Zwan, William Patrick "Billy" Corgan Jr., William Patrick Corgan Jr. or DJ Ivory Tower is an American singer, author, musician, record producer, songwriter, guitarist, singer-songwriter, writer, poet, composer, actor and lyricist.
Discography: TheFutureEmbrace and AEGEA. Genres he performed include Alternative rock, Hard rock, Groove metal, Gothic rock, Grunge and Alternative metal.
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Layne Staley (August 22, 1967 Kirkland-April 5, 2002 Seattle) also known as Staley, Layne, Layne T. Staley, Layne Elmer, Layne Thomas Staley or Alice was an American musician, singer-songwriter and lyricist.
Genres: Heavy metal, Alternative metal, Grunge, Alternative rock, Progressive rock, Sludge metal, Hard rock, Speed metal, Doom metal, Blues rock, Glam rock, Glam metal and Industrial rock.
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Bud Gaugh (October 2, 1967 California-) also known as Floyd Bud Gaugh IV, Gaugh, Bud, Floyd I. Gaugh IV, Floyd Gaugh or Bud is an American drummer, percussionist and songwriter.
Genres he performed: Ska punk, Dub, Alternative rock, Reggae and Punk rock.
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Tim 'Ripper' Owens (September 13, 1967 Akron-) otherwise known as Tim "Ripper" Owens, Ripper Owens, Owens, Tim "Ripper" or Owens, Tim Ripper is an American singer.
His albums include Play My Game. Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Power metal, Speed metal, Progressive metal, Thrash metal and Neoclassical metal.
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Chuck Schuldiner (May 13, 1967 Glen Cove-December 13, 2001) also known as C. Schuldiner, Schuldiner, Chuck, The Father of Death Metal, Evil Chuck or Charles Michael Schuldiner was an American singer, guitarist, musician, singer-songwriter and songwriter.
His albums: Zero Tolerance. Genres: Progressive metal, Thrash metal, Death metal, Technical death metal and Heavy metal.
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Steve DiGiorgio (November 7, 1967 Waukegan-) also known as DiGiorgio, Steve is an American musician, bassist and songwriter.
Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Progressive metal, Thrash metal, Hard rock, Technical death metal, Symphonic black metal, Power metal, Instrumental rock, Jazz fusion, Jazz, Black metal, Death metal, Folk metal, Speed metal and Symphonic metal.
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Chad Channing (January 31, 1967 Santa Rosa-) also known as Channing, Chad is an American musician and drummer.
Genres he performed: Rock music, Grunge, Indie rock, Alternative rock and Hard rock.
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Scott Weiland (October 27, 1967 Santa Cruz-) also known as Scott Richard Kline or Weiland, Scott is an American singer, musician, singer-songwriter and composer. He has two children, Noah Mercer Weiland and Lucy Olivia Weiland.
His albums: 12 Bar Blues, Barbarella, Happy in Galoshes, A Compilation of Scott Weiland Cover Songs, The Most Wonderful Time of the Year and Live in Los Angeles. Genres he performed include Rock music, Grunge, Hard rock, Alternative rock, Post-grunge, Heavy metal, Neo-psychedelia, Psychedelic rock and Alternative metal.
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Joshua Bell (December 9, 1967 Bloomington-) also known as Joshua David Bell or Bell, Joshua is an American violinist and musician.
His discography includes: Presenting Joshua Bell, The Essential Joshua Bell, The Essential Joshua Bell, Barber: Violin Concerto / Walton: Violin Concerto / Bloch: Baal Shem, At Home With Friends, West Side Story Suite, The Kreisler Album, , Short Trip Home and The Romantic Violin. His related genres: Classical music.
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Jason Everman (October 16, 1967 Kodiak-) a.k.a. Everman, Jason or Jason Mark Everman is an American musician and guitarist.
Genres: Alternative rock, Rock music, Grunge, Alternative metal, Heavy metal and Grindcore.
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Tia Carrere (January 2, 1967 Honolulu-) also known as Althea Rae Duhinio Janairo or Althea Rae Janairo is an American singer, actor, model, voice actor and film producer. Her child is called Bianca Wakelin.
Her most well known albums: Dream, State of Grace / I Wanna Come Home With You Tonight, 'Ikena, Ballroom Blitz, hawaiiana, Huana Ke Aloha and He Nani.
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Mike Portnoy (April 20, 1967 Long Beach-) also known as Michael Stephen Portnoy or Portnoy, Mike is an American record producer and drummer.
His albums: Prime Cuts, Cover to Cover, Cover 2 Cover and Live in Tokyo. Genres: Progressive rock, Progressive metal, Metalcore, Heavy metal, Hard rock, Thrash metal and Jazz fusion.
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John Myung (January 24, 1967 Chicago-) also known as Myung, John or John Ro Myung is an American musician and bassist.
Genres related to him: Jazz fusion, Progressive rock, Progressive metal, Heavy metal and Hard rock.
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Toni Braxton (October 7, 1967 Severn-) a.k.a. Tony Braxton, Toni Braxon, Braxton, Toni or Toni Michelle Braxton is an American singer, singer-songwriter, actor, artist, record producer, pianist, tv personality, musician and music artist. She has two children, Diezel Ky Braxton-Lewis and Denim Cole Braxton-Lewis.
Her albums include Toni Braxton, Breathe Again, You're Making Me High, Secrets, Un-Break My Heart, I Don't Want To, The Heat, He Wasn't Man Enough, Spanish Guitar and Snowflakes. Genres she performed include New jack swing, Pop music, Soul music, Adult contemporary music, Jazz, Hip hop soul, Contemporary R&B, Hip hop music and Dance-pop.
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Michael Andrews (November 17, 1967 San Diego-) also known as Mike Andrews is an American musician and film score composer.
His albums: Cypher, Mad World, Me and You and Everyone We Know, Hand on String, Evangelion - The Best Collection, The Lost Empire (disc 2), Casablanca: Music & Dialogue From The Movie, The Phantom of the Opera (disc 2), Just a Thought / Orange Meet Lemon and Donnie Darko. Genres he performed include Film score, Folk music, Indie pop and Experimental music.
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Tim McGraw (May 1, 1967 Delhi-) a.k.a. Samuel Timothy McGraw, Samuel Timothy Smith or Samuel Timothy "Tim" McGraw is an American actor, singer, songwriter and guitarist. He has three children, Gracie Katherine McGraw, Maggie Elizabeth McGraw and Audrey Caroline McGraw.
Discography: Tim McGraw, Not a Moment Too Soon, All I Want, Everywhere, Please Remember Me, Greatest Hits, Live Like You Were Dying, If You're Reading This, Reflected: Greatest Hits Vol. 2 and Tim McGraw and The Dance Hall Doctors. Genres related to him: Country and Southern rock.
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Jason Finn (October 27, 1967 Seattle-) a.k.a. Finn, Jason is an American drummer, singer and musician.
Genres: Alternative rock and Grunge.
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Dan Tyminski (June 20, 1967 Rutland City-) a.k.a. Tyminski, Dan, Union Station or Daniel John Tyminski is an American musician, guitarist, singer, actor and composer. He has three children, Kathryn Edith Tyminski, Chris Tyminski and John Lyman Tyminski.
His albums include Carry Me Across the Mountain and Wheels. Genres he performed include Bluegrass.
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Lisa Hammer (April 4, 1967 Salem-) a.k.a. Lisa Houle, Lisa A. Stockton Houle, The Terror Twins, Lady Elizabeth Terror or Lisa A. Stockton Wilson is an American singer, actor, film director, film producer, film editor, screenwriter, cinematographer and film score composer.
Her discography includes: Dakini.
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Kevin Moore (May 26, 1967 Long Island-) also known as Chroma Key or Moore, Kevin is an American keyboard player, singer, musician, songwriter and composer.
His albums: Ghost Book: Soundtrack to the Film Okul, Colorblind, This Is a Recording, Memory Hole 1, Graveyard Mountain Home, You Go Now, Music Meant to Be Heard, Dead Air for Radios, Shine and Shine. Genres related to him: Ambient music, Psychedelic music, Industrial metal, Progressive metal, Electronica, Electronic dance music and Psychedelia.
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John Petrucci (July 12, 1967 Kings Park-) also known as Petrucci, John or John Peter Petrucci is an American record producer, guitarist, songwriter and musician.
His albums include Suspended Animation and An Evening With John Petrucci & Jordan Rudess. Genres related to him: Instrumental rock, Progressive metal, Progressive rock, Jazz fusion, Neoclassical metal, Jazz and Hard rock.
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John Vanderslice (May 22, 1967 Gainesville-) also known as Jon Vanderslice, John Van Derslice or Vanderslice, John is an American keyboard player, singer-songwriter and musician.
His most recognized albums: Mass Suicide Occult Figurines, Time Travel Is Lonely, Life and Death of an American Fourtracker, Cellar Door, John Vanderslice Live at the Casbah 6/05/04, Pixel Revolt, Five Years, Live at The Independent (2005-11-05), Suddenly It All Went Dark: Pixel Revolt Live to 2-Track and Insound Tour Support Series, Volume 18. Genres: Indie rock and Alternative rock.
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Kari Wührer (April 28, 1967 Brookfield-) also known as Kari Wuhrer, Kari Salin, Kari Samantha Wührer, Crash, Dawaywe, Kari Salin-Wührer, Kari Wührer Salin or Kari Samantha Wuhrer is an American actor, singer, musician, vj, film producer and model. Her children are called Enzo Scura, Echo Luna Scura and Evangeline Lotus Scura.
Her albums: Shiny.
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Gillian Welch (October 2, 1967 Manhattan-) a.k.a. Gillian Welsh, Gillan Welch, Welch, Gillian or Gillian Howard Welch is an American singer and singer-songwriter.
Her albums include Revival, Hell Among the Yearlings, Time (The Revelator), Soul Journey, Black Star, The Revelator Collection, The Harrow & The Harvest, Acoustic Stage, Live and Obscure and The Revelator Collection EP. Genres: Alternative country, American Primitivism, Old-time music, Folk music, Bluegrass, Neotraditional country, Americana, Rock music and Country.
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John Popper (March 29, 1967 Chardon-) otherwise known as Popper, John or Blues Traveler is an American singer, musician and songwriter.
His albums include Zygote. Genres he performed include Alternative rock, Jam band and Blues rock.
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Mark Kozelek (January 24, 1967 Massillon-) a.k.a. Kozelek, Mark is an American singer, composer, actor, singer-songwriter, record producer and film score composer.
Related albums: Duk Koo Kim, If You Want Blood, Little Drummer Boy Live, White Christmas and Little Drummer Boy Live, White Christmas Live, Rock 'n' Roll Singer, What's Next to the Moon, Nights LP, 7 Songs Belfast and The Finally LP. Genres related to him: Slowcore, Indie rock, Folk rock and Sadcore.
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Jeff Tweedy (August 25, 1967 Belleville-) otherwise known as Tweedy, Jeff or Jeffrey Scot Tweedy is an American songwriter, singer, guitarist, singer-songwriter, musician and bandleader. He has two children, Sam Miller and Spencer Tweedy.
His discography includes: Sunken Treasure: Jeff Tweedy Live in the Pacific Northwest, Roadcase 028 / December 8, 2013 / Seattle, WA, Roadcase 024 / December 15, 2013 / Los Angeles, CA, Roadcase 027 / December 19, 2013 / Los Angeles, CA, Roadcase 026 / December 18, 2013 / Los Angeles, CA, Roadcase 025 / December 16, 2013 / Los Angeles, CA, , Roadcase 032 / February 15, 2014 / Chicago, IL, Roadcase 031 / February 14, 2014 / Chicago, IL and . Genres he performed: Alternative rock and Alternative country.
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Charlie Hunter (May 23, 1967 Rhode Island-) otherwise known as El Balzac or Hunter, Charlie is an American guitarist, composer and bandleader.
Related albums: Charlie Hunter, MP3's, Volume 1, MP3's, Volume 2, Solo Eight String Guitar, Yoshi's - Oakland, CA - December 2000, Baboon Strength, Gentlemen, I Neglected to Inform You You Will Not Be Getting Paid, Friends Seen and Unseen, Bing, Bing, Bing! and Duo. Genres he performed: Jazz, Post-bop, Acid jazz, Jazz fusion and Jazz-funk.
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Nina Gordon (November 14, 1967 Chicago-) a.k.a. Nina Rachel Gordon Shapiro, Nina Rachel Shapiro Gordon or Veruca Salt is an American singer, musician, guitarist and singer-songwriter. Her child is called Ivy Nightingale Russo.
Her albums: Tonight and the Rest of My Life, Bleeding Heart Graffiti, Bring the Rock and Even the Sunbeams. Her related genres: Rock music, Alternative rock, Grunge and Power pop.
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Evan Dando (March 4, 1967 Essex-) also known as evan_dando, Dando, Evan or Evan Griffith Dando is an American singer, guitarist and songwriter.
His albums: Griffith Sunset EP, It Looks Like You, It's All True, Live At The Brattle Theatre, Baby I'm Bored and Stop My Head. Genres: Alternative rock, Rock music, Punk rock and Country rock.
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Dale Crover (October 23, 1967 Aberdeen-) a.k.a. Crover, Dale is an American drummer, composer, musician, record producer, audio engineer and guitarist. His children are called Cassius Crover and Scarlett Crover.
His albums include Drumb and Hew Time. Genres: Heavy metal, Punk rock, Rock music, Grunge, Stoner rock, Hardcore punk, Sludge metal and Doom metal.
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Matt Chamberlain (April 17, 1967 San Pedro-) a.k.a. Chamberlain, Matt or Matthew Chamberlain is an American musician, drummer, record producer and audio engineer.
His albums: Matt Chamberlain and Frames. His related genres: Rock music, Jazz, Funk, Electronic music, Piano rock, Baroque pop, Indie pop, Folk rock, Alternative rock, Electronica, Ambient music, Punk rock and Experimental music.
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E-40 (November 15, 1967 Vallejo-) otherwise known as Charlie Hustle, E 40, E40, Ebonics, E-Pheezy, The Ambassador of the Bay, 40 Belafonte, Fortywater, 40 Fonzarelli, Charlie Sniph, E forty, E-Feezy, 40 Water, Mr. Flamboyant, Forty water, Bay City Brown, The Ballatician, Forty Fonzarelli, E-Fizzle, Table, Mess Crunklin, Bay City Black or Fonzarelli is an American musician, actor, investor, entrepreneur and rapper. He has one child, Droop-E.
His discography includes: Tell Me When to Go, My Ghetto Report Card, Breakin' News, Federal, In a Major Way, Tha Hall of Game, The Element of Surprise, The Mail Man, Things'll Never Change and Grit & Grind. Genres: West Coast hip hop, Hyphy, Mobb Music, Hip hop music and Crunk.
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John Stirratt (November 26, 1967 New Orleans-) also known as Stirratt, John, John Stirrat or Stirrat, John is an American songwriter, musician, record producer and bassist.
His albums: The Gimme Caps. Genres: Indie rock, Indie pop, Alternative country, Alternative rock and Folk rock.
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Gene Hoglan (August 31, 1967 Dallas-) a.k.a. Hoglan, Gene, Eugene Victor Hoglan II, Eugene "Gene" Victor Hoglan II, The Atomic Clock or The Human Drum Machine is an American musician, drummer, actor and songwriter.
Genres: Heavy metal, Thrash metal, Death metal, Extreme metal, Industrial metal, Deathcore, Black metal, Progressive metal, Melodic death metal, Groove metal and Technical death metal.
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Funkmaster Flex (August 5, 1967 The Bronx-) also known as Aston Taylor, DJ Funkmaster Flex, Funkmaster DJ Flex, Aston George Taylor Jr., Funk Flex, Memphis Bleek, and Geda K or Flex is an American disc jockey, musician, record producer, singer, rapper, radio personality, actor and presenter.
His discography includes: Respect Carter, 60 Minutes of Funk, Volume IV: The Mixtape, The Mix Tape, Volume 3: 60 Minutes of Funk: The Final Chapter, Funkmaster Flex Car Show Tour, Do You / Rush, The Mix Tape, Vol. 1, The Mix Tape, Vol. II, The Mix Tape, Vol. III, The Mix Tape, Vol. IV and The Tunnel. Genres he performed: Hip hop music and Contemporary R&B.
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Eric Stefani (June 17, 1967 Fullerton-) also known as E. Stefani, Stefani, Eric, Eric Matthew Stefani or Eric M. Stefani is an American musician, animator, keyboard player and songwriter.
Genres: Ska punk.
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Michael Giacchino (October 10, 1967 Riverside-) also known as Michael Biacchino or Michele Giacchino is an American film score composer, composer, musician, orchestrator and actor.
His albums include Medal of Honor, Medal of Honor: Underground, Medal of Honor: Frontline, Alias, Alias: Season 2, Lost, Lost: Season 2, Mission: Impossible III, Call of Duty and Secret Weapons Over Normandy. Genres related to him: Film score.
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John Darnielle (March 16, 1967 Bloomington-) also known as Darnielle, John is an American singer-songwriter, musician, singer and songwriter.
Genres he performed include Folk rock, Folk music, Indie rock and Lo-fi music.
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Kristen Pfaff (May 26, 1967 Buffalo-June 16, 1994 Seattle) also known as Pfaff, Kristen or Kristen Marie Pfaff was an American musician, bassist and songwriter.
Genres: Alternative rock, Grunge, Punk rock and Noise rock.
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