Here are 7 famous musicians from Austria were born in 1960:
Franz Welser-Möst (August 16, 1960 Linz-) a.k.a. Franz Welser-Most is an Austrian conductor and music director.
His discography includes: Pärt: Symphony no. 3 / Fratres / Kancheli: Symphony no. 3, Shadows of Silence, Wesendonck-Lieder / Orchestral Music, Carmina Burana, New Year's Concert 2013, Neujahrskonzert 2011 (Wiener Philharmoniker feat. conductor: Franz Welser-Möst), New Year's Concert 2013 / Neujahrskonzert 2013, The Prince of the Pagodas / The Miraculous Mandarin and Summer Night Concert, Schönbrunn 2010: Moon / Planets / Stars.
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Walter Werzowa (December 15, 1960 Vienna-) otherwise known as Walter Thomas Werzowa or Werzowa, Walter is an Austrian record producer, composer, film score composer and graphic designer. He has three children, Camille Werzowa, Julien Werzowa and Lucca Werzowa.
His albums include Hellraiser V: Inferno.
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Peter Herbert (February 29, 1960 Bludenz-) is an Austrian , .
His albums include You're My Thrill. Genres: Jazz and Modern Creative.
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Karlheinz Essl, Jr. (August 15, 1960 Vienna-) is an Austrian , .
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Anita (December 22, 1960 Austria-) is an Austrian singer.
Genres she performed include Pop music.
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Micah Barnes (May 30, 1960 Vienna-) is an Austrian singer, actor and musician.
Genres he performed include Pop music.
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Andy Borg (November 2, 1960 Vienna-) also known as Adolf Meyer or Adolf Andreas Meyer is an Austrian singer and television presenter. He has two children, Yasmin Borg and Patrick Borg.
His albums include Ich sag es mit Musik, Portrait, Am Anfang war die Liebe, Premium Gold Collection, Adios amor: Die größten Hits (disc 1), Die berühmten drei Worte, Meine schönsten Liebeslieder, Für Dich allein, Meisterstücke and Schlager Rendezvous.
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