Australian musicians born in 1938

Here are 7 famous musicians from Australia were born in 1938:

Ernie Sigley

Ernie Sigley (September 2, 1938 Footscray-) also known as Ernest William Sigley, Ernest William "Ernie" Sigley or Ernest Sigley is an Australian presenter, game show host, radio personality and actor.

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Dennis Olsen

Dennis Olsen (February 28, 1938 Adelaide-) otherwise known as Dennis Hans Olsen AM is an Australian actor, singer, pianist and theatre director.

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Daevid Allen

Daevid Allen (January 13, 1938 Melbourne-) also known as Christopher David Allen, Divided Alien, Ja Am, Bert Camembert or Dingo Virgin is an Australian musician, poet, guitarist, singer, composer, performer and film score composer.

His albums: Alien in New York / Opium for the People, Australia Aquaria, DividedAlienPlaybax80, Good Morning!, Je ne fum' pas des bananes (with Bananamoon Band & Gong), N'existe pas!, Stroking the Tail of the Bird, The Death of Rock & Other Entrances, The Seven Drones and Twelve Selves. Genres he performed include Psychedelic rock and Progressive rock.

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Glen Carter-Varney

Glen Carter-Varney (May 12, 1938 Euroa-) is an Australian , .

His albums include Cocktail Favourites.

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Bruce Smeaton

Bruce Smeaton (March 5, 1938 Brighton-) is an Australian composer and film score composer.

His discography includes: Roxanne and . Genres he performed include Film score.

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Sven Libaek

Sven Libaek (September 20, 1938 Norway-) also known as Libaek, Sven, Svein Erik Libæk or Sven-Erik Libæk is an Australian musician, composer and film score composer.

His albums: Inner Space, Inner Space, To Ride a White Horse, Nature Walkabout: The Original Soundtrack Recording, and The Set.

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Ray Warleigh

Ray Warleigh (September 28, 1938 Sydney-) is an Australian saxophonist and flutist.

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