Here are 8 famous musicians from Australia were born in 1943:
Sonja Tallis (September 24, 1943 Sydney-) is an Australian singer, actor and teacher.
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Rodney Rude (January 29, 1943 Bathurst-) a.k.a. Rodney Malcolm Keft or Rodney Keft is an Australian writer, stand-up comedian, poet, comedian, singer and guitarist.
His most important albums: More Grunt, Not Guilty, Rude Rides Again, A Legend, Rodney Rude Live, Classic Rude, Rat's Arse, Twice as Rude, I Got More and Frog Sack.
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Judith Durham (July 3, 1943 Essendon-) also known as Judith Mavis Cock, Judith Durham OAM or Judy Cock is an Australian singer, musician, singer-songwriter and composer.
Her most important albums: Hold on to Your Dream, Gift of Song, For Christmas With Love and The Platinum Album. Her related genres: Jazz.
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Roger Smalley (June 26, 1943 Manchester-) is an Australian professor, composer, conductor and pianist.
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Ross Edwards (December 23, 1943 Sydney-) otherwise known as Edwards, Ross is an Australian composer.
His albums: . Genres he performed: Film score.
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Peter Best (October 18, 1943 Adelaide-) is an Australian film score composer and screenwriter.
Discography: Crocodile Dundee and On Our Selection - Dad & Dave. Genres he performed: Film score.
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Trevor Lucas (December 25, 1943 Bungaree, Victoria-February 4, 1989 Sydney) a.k.a. Trevor George Lucas, Ferrari McLintock, Bluey or Fotheringay was an Australian musician, singer, film score composer, songwriter and singer-songwriter. He had two children, Georgia Lucas and Clancy Lucas.
His albums: The Attic Tracks 1972-1984. Genres: Electric folk and Folk music.
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Aunty Jack (November 21, 1943 Sydney-) a.k.a. Grahame Bond, Grahame John Bond or Grahame John Bond AM is an Australian screenwriter, actor, film score composer, writer, film director, musician, composer and film producer.
Discography: Aunty Jack Sings Wollongong and The Auntyology (1972-1985).
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