Here are 14 famous musicians from Australia were born in 1946:
Patsy Biscoe (March 21, 1946 Shimla-) is an Australian singer.
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Kel Richards (February 8, 1946-) is an Australian writer.
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Geoffrey Simon (July 3, 1946 Adelaide-) is an Australian organist and conductor.
His albums: Bax: Oboe Quintet / Holst: Air and Variations / Three Pieces / Jacob: Oboe Quartet / Moeran: Fantasy Quartet, Church Windows / Brazilian Impressions, , Music for Cello & Orchestra, Beethoven: Symphony No.6 / Respighi: The Pines of Rome, Symphony no. 2 "Little Russian", Church Windows / Brazilian Impressions / Belkis, Queen of Sheba / Metamorphoseon / Roman Trilogy, Barber: Cello Concerto / Shostakovich: Cello Concerto no. 1, Ballad of the Gnomes / Three Botticelli Pictures and Debussy, Volume Two.
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Stephen Edward Foster (September 30, 1946-) is an Australian songwriter and singer.
Genres he performed include Bluegrass, Folk music, Jazz, Country and Rock music.
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Billy Thorpe (March 29, 1946 Manchester-February 28, 2007 Sydney) a.k.a. Thorpe, Billy, William Richard Thorpe, Little Rock Allen or Puff'n Billy was an Australian singer, musician, record producer and writer.
His albums: It's All Happening, 21st Century Man, Children of the Sun...Revisited, Children of the Sun, Stimulation, Tangier, East of Eden's Gate, Million Dollar Bill and Solo - The Last Recordings. His related genres: Rock music, Pop music and Rock and roll.
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John Farrar (November 8, 1946 Melbourne-) also known as Farrar, John is an Australian singer-songwriter, record producer, actor, music arranger and guitarist. He has two children, Sam Farrar and Max Farrar.
His discography includes: Xanadu and Xanadu on Broadway. Genres he performed include Pop music, Rock music and Rock and roll.
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David G. Walker (December 24, 1946 Hastings-) is an Australian singer.
Genres he performed include Christian music, Pop music and Rock and roll.
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Bon Scott (July 9, 1946 Forfar-February 19, 1980 East Dulwich) otherwise known as Scott, Bon or Ronald Belford Scott was an Australian singer, musician, songwriter and lyricist.
His albums include Round and Round and Round, The Early Years 1967-1972, With the Spektors and the Valentines, Round and Round: The Forgotten Years and Seasons of Change Raven/RCA 1971-72 (disc 2). Genres: Hard rock, Progressive rock, Blues rock, Rock music, Heavy metal and Rock and roll.
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Brian Cadd (November 29, 1946 Perth-) also known as Cadd, Brian, Brian George Cadd or Brian Caine is an Australian singer, record producer, musician, singer-songwriter, keyboard player and film score composer. He has one child, Nick Cadd.
His discography includes: The Magic of Brian Cadd, Parabrahm, Brian Cadd, Wild Bulls and Horses and Orchestra of Grunt. Genres: Pop music, Rock music and Rock and roll.
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Su Cruickshank (August 31, 1946 Newcastle-December 8, 2009 Newcastle) also known as Susan "Su" Cruikshank, Su Cruikshank, The Diva on the Hill or Susan Cruickshank was an Australian actor, singer and author.
Her related genres: Jazz.
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Colin Petersen (March 24, 1946 Kingaroy-) a.k.a. Colin 'Smiley' Petersen or Frederick Colin Petersen is an Australian actor, musician, songwriter, record producer and drummer.
Genres: Soft rock, Baroque pop, Rock music, Psychedelic pop and Psychedelic rock.
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Colin Burgess (November 16, 1946-) otherwise known as Burgess, Colin is an Australian musician, songwriter and drummer.
Genres: Rock music.
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Keith Glass (September 17, 1946-) also known as Glass, Keith is an Australian , .
Genres: Country, Soul music, Baroque pop, Pop music and Folk music.
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George Young (November 6, 1946 Glasgow-) also known as George Redburn Young, Young, George or The Easybeats is an Australian songwriter, musician, record producer and film director.
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