British music stars born in 1928

Here are 20 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1928:

Peter Wyngarde

Peter Wyngarde (August 23, 1928 Marseille-) otherwise known as Cyril Louis Goldbert, Wyngarde, Peter, Peter Paul Wyngarde or Cyril Goldbert is a British actor.

His albums: When Sex Leers Its Inquisitive Head.

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Ronald Stevenson

Ronald Stevenson (March 6, 1928 Blackburn-) also known as Stevenson, Ronald is a British pianist. His child is Gerda Stevenson.

His albums include String Quartets.

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Brian Matthew

Brian Matthew (September 17, 1928 Coventry-) is a British presenter.

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Joyce Hatto

Joyce Hatto (September 5, 1928 London-June 29, 2006 Cambridge) was a British pianist.

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Ken Colyer

Ken Colyer (April 18, 1928 Great Yarmouth-March 8, 1988) otherwise known as Colyer, Ken or Ken Collyer was a British trumpeter and cornetist.

Genres he performed include Dixieland.

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Peggy O'Keefe

Peggy O'Keefe (April 7, 1928 Australia-) is a British , .

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Ray Foxley

Ray Foxley (December 28, 1928-July 7, 2002) was a British jazz pianist.

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Alexis Korner

Alexis Korner (April 19, 1928 Paris-January 1, 1984 City of Westminster) also known as Korner, Alexis, Alexis Andrew Nicholas Koerner, Founding Father of British Blues, Alexis Korner and His New Church, Alexis Korner and Blues Incorporated or Alexis Corner was a British singer, historian, musician, songwriter, presenter, guitarist and actor. He had three children, Damian Korner, Nicholas Korner and Sappho Gillett Korner.

Discography: 1961-1972, Alexis Korner And... 1972-1983, Alexis Korner Blues, Bootleg Him!, Live in Paris, The Lost Album, Get Off My Cloud, Me, Kornerstoned: The Alexis Korner Anthology 1954-1983 and Got My Mojo Working. Genres he performed include Blues and Blues rock.

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Bruce Forsyth

Bruce Forsyth (February 22, 1928 Edmonton, London-) a.k.a. Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson, Sir Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson, Brucie, Forsyth, Bruce, Bruce Forsyth CBE, Sir Bruce Forsyth, Bruce Forsyth O.B.E, Bruce Forsyth O.B.E., Bruce Forsyth OBE, Sir Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson CBE, Boy Bruce, Brucey, Bruce Johnson, Bruce Forsyth Johnson, The Mighty Atom, Mr Entertainment, Sir Brucie or Sir Brucey is a British presenter, actor, singer-songwriter, musician, showman, comedian, dancer, singer and screenwriter. He has six children, Debbie Matthews, Julie Forsyth, Charlotte Forsyth, Louisa Forsyth, Laura Forsyth and Jonathan Joseph Forsyth.

His albums: and These Are My Favourites.

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Bryden Thomson

Bryden Thomson (July 16, 1928 Ayr-November 14, 1991) a.k.a. Thomson, Bryden was a British conductor.

His albums include An Irish Symphony / A Comedy Overture, A London Symphony (no. 2) / Concerto Grosso, Piano Concerto / Mai-Dun / Legend, Symphony no. 9 in E minor / Piano Concerto, , Sinfonia Antarctica / Toward the Unknown Region, Orchestral Works, Volume 3: November Woods / The Happy Forest / The Garden of Fand / Summer Music / Tintagel, Symphony no. 7 / Four Songs, Orchestral Works, Volume 5: Festival Overture / Christmas Eve / Dance of Wild Irravel / Nympholept / Paean / Overture to a Picaresque Comedy / Cortège and Piano Concerto in B minor, op. 89 / Piano Concerto in A minor, op. 85.

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Joan Regan

Joan Regan (January 19, 1928 Romford-September 12, 2013 London) a.k.a. Siobhan Bethel was a British singer and actor.

Her related genres: Popular music and Traditional pop music.

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Jimmy Logan

Jimmy Logan (April 4, 1928 Dennistoun-April 13, 2001 West Dunbartonshire) also known as James E. Logan, James Allan Short, James Logan, Jimmy Logan OBE, FRSAMD or James Alan Short was a British singer, actor, theatrical producer, impresario, theatre director and author.

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Monty Norman

Monty Norman (April 4, 1928 London-) also known as Norman, Monty is a British record producer, conductor, composer and film score composer.

His albums include Dr. No. Genres he performed: Video game music and Film score.

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Diana Coupland

Diana Coupland (March 5, 1928 Leeds-November 10, 2006 Coventry) otherwise known as Betty Diana Coupland was a British singer and actor.

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Peter Ind

Peter Ind (July 20, 1928 Middlesex-) is a British record producer, author and audio engineer.

His albums: London Concert. Genres related to him: Jazz.

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Charles Gray

Charles Gray (August 29, 1928 Bournemouth-March 7, 2000 London) a.k.a. Donald Marshall Gray, Gray, Charles, No Neck, Oliver Gray or Marshall was a British actor and voice actor.

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Chris Howland

Chris Howland (July 30, 1928 London-November 29, 2013 Rösrath) a.k.a. John Christopher Howland or Heinrich Pumpernickel was a British actor, beekeeper, singer, presenter, writer and voice actor. His children are called Gerard Howland and Sharon Howland.

His albums: Fraulein.

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Bernard Cribbins

Bernard Cribbins (December 29, 1928 Derker-) otherwise known as Mr. Bernard Cribbins or Bernard Cribbins, OBE is a British comedian, actor, singer and voice actor.

His most recognized albums: The Very Best of Bernard Cribbins.

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Ronnie Hazelhurst

Ronnie Hazelhurst (March 13, 1928 Dukinfield-October 1, 2007 Saint Martin, Guernsey) otherwise known as Hazelhurst, Ronnie, Ronnie Hazlehurst or Ronald "Ronnie" Hazlehurst was a British conductor and composer.

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Thea Musgrave

Thea Musgrave (May 27, 1928 Barnton, Edinburgh-) also known as Musgrave, Thea is a British composer.

Genres: 20th-century classical music, Opera and Ballet.

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