Here are 16 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1926:
Warren Mitchell (January 14, 1926 Stoke Newington-) also known as Warren Misell, Martin Benson or 'Martin Benson' is a British actor. He has three children, Georgia Mitchell, Daniel Mitchell and Rebecca Mitchell.
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Jimmy Savile (October 31, 1926 Leeds-October 29, 2011 Roundhay) also known as Jimmy Saville, James Wilson Vincent Savile or Savile, Jimmy was a British presenter, disc jockey and radio personality.
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Stan Tracey (December 30, 1926 London-December 6, 2013 Tupelo) also known as Stanley William Tracey or Tracey, Stan was a British composer, jazz pianist and pianist. He had one child, Clark Tracey.
His discography includes: Little Klunk / Showcase, Suspensions and Anticipations and Tracey / Wellins Play Monk. Genres he performed include Jazz.
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Patricia Lascelles, Countess of Harewood (November 24, 1926 Australia-) is a British , . Her child is called Mark Lascelles.
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David Cairns (June 8, 1926 Loughton-) also known as David Adam Cairns is a British journalist, author, writer and musician.
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Gillian Lynne (February 20, 1926 Bromley-) also known as Gillian Barbara Lynne, Gillian Barbara Pyrke, Gillian Barbara Lynne, CBE or Gillian Lyne is a British choreographer, theatre director, actor, dancer, television director and ballet dancer.
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Ronnie Hilton (January 26, 1926 Kingston upon Hull-February 21, 2001 Hailsham) also known as Hilton, Ronnie was a British singer, musician and radio personality.
His albums include The Very Best of Ronnie Hilton.
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Phil Seamen (August 28, 1926 Burton-upon-Trent-October 13, 1972 London) also known as Phil Seaman or Seaman, Phil was a British musician and jazz drummer.
Genres he performed: Jazz and Jazz fusion.
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Ivor Raymonde (October 22, 1926-June 4, 1990) was a British , . His child is called Simon Raymonde.
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Stan Barker (May 24, 1926 Clitheroe-July 2, 1997) was a British , .
Genres he performed include Jazz.
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David Attenborough (May 8, 1926 Isleworth-) also known as Sir David Attenborough, David Frederick Attenborough, Sir David Attenborough CBE or Sir David Frederick Attenborough is a British actor, naturalist, television producer, writer, presenter, environmentalist, screenwriter and broadcaster. He has two children, Robert Attenborough and Susan Attenborough.
Related albums: BBC Music, Volume 8 Number 10: Peter and the Wolf with David Attenborough.
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Ronnie Verrell (February 21, 1926 Rochester-February 22, 2002 Kingston upon Thames) also known as Verrell, Ronnie was a British musician and drummer.
Genres: Jazz and Big Band.
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Brian Bonsor (August 21, 1926 Hawick-February 22, 2011) was a British , .
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Ryszard Bakst (April 4, 1926 Poland-March 25, 1999) was a British pianist.
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Robert Earl (November 17, 1926 London-) is a British singer.
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George Martin (January 3, 1926 HM Prison Holloway-) also known as Sir George Martin, Sir George Henry Martin, George Henry Martin, Martin, George, Ray Cathode or Graham Fisher is a British record producer, composer, harpsichordist, musician, film score composer, music arranger, conductor and audio engineer. He has four children, Gregory Paul Martin, Giles Martin, Alexis Martin and Lucy Martin.
His albums include Off the Beatle Track, George Martin Instrumentally Salutes the Beatle Girls, Produced by George Martin, Help!, George Martin & His Orchestra Play Help!, Yellow Submarine Songtrack, George Martin: In My Life, A Hard Day's Night and Live and Let Die. Genres: Pop music, Rock music and Classical music.
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