British music stars born in 1929

Here are 14 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1929:

Jean Simmons

Jean Simmons (January 31, 1929 Lower Holloway-January 22, 2010 Santa Monica) a.k.a. Jean Merilyn Simmons, Jean Simmonds or Jean Merilyn Simmons, OBE was a British actor, dancer and voice actor. She had two children, Kate Brooks and Tracy Granger.

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Wally Whyton

Wally Whyton (September 23, 1929 London-January 22, 1997) also known as Whyton, Wally was a British presenter.

His albums: Children's Choice: Traditional Songs & Nursery Rhymes.

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Norman Kay

Norman Kay (January 5, 1929 United Kingdom-May 12, 2001 Esher) a.k.a. Norman Forber Kay or Norman F. Kay was a British composer and film score composer.

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Philip Cannon

Philip Cannon (December 21, 1929-) is a British , .

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John Armatage

John Armatage (August 5, 1929 Newcastle upon Tyne-) is a British drummer.

Genres he performed include Jazz.

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Harry South

Harry South (September 7, 1929 Fulham-March 12, 1990 London Borough of Lambeth) a.k.a. South, Harry or Henry Percy South was a British pianist, composer, music arranger, film score composer and actor.

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Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn (May 4, 1929 Ixelles-January 20, 1993 Tolochenaz) a.k.a. Audrey Kathleen Ruston, Edda van Heemstra, Audrey Kathleen Hepburn-Ruston or Edda van Heemstra Hepburn-Ruston was a British actor, model and dancer. Her children are called Sean Hepburn Ferrer and Luca Dotti.

Her most well known albums: Outworld II: Enchanted Tales, Audrey Hepburn's Enchanted Tales, Funny Face and Moon River.

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Digby Wolfe

Digby Wolfe (June 4, 1929 London-May 2, 2012 Albuquerque) also known as Wolfe, Digby was a British actor, screenwriter, teacher and writer.

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Ronnie Barker

Ronnie Barker (September 25, 1929 Bedford-October 3, 2005 Adderbury) a.k.a. Ronald William George Barker, Jack Goetz, Gerald Wiley, Jonathan Cobbald, The Two Ronnies, Ronnie Barker O.B.E., David Huggett, Bob Ferris, Gerald Wilrey, Ronald William George "Ronnie" Barker, Ronald, Larry Keith, G. Wiley, Gerard Wiley or Barker, Ronnie was a British presenter, comedian, writer, actor, businessperson and screenwriter. His children are Charlotte Barker, Larry Barker and Adam Barker.

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Ronnie Biggs

Ronnie Biggs (August 8, 1929 Stockwell-December 18, 2013 Chipping Barnet) a.k.a. Ronald Arthur Biggs, Ronnie Biggs or Ronald Biggs was a British carpentry and actor. His children are called Michael Biggs, Nicholas Biggs, Christopher Biggs and Farley Paul Biggs.

Discography: Carnival in Rio (Punk Was).

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Norman Rodway

Norman Rodway (February 7, 1929 Dublin-March 13, 2001 London) was a British actor, accountant, teacher and professor. He had one child, Bianca Rodway.

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David Hughes

David Hughes (October 11, 1929 England-October 19, 1972) was a British singer.

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Johnny Parker

Johnny Parker (November 6, 1929 Beckenham-June 11, 2010) also known as Parker, Johnny was a British pianist.

Genres: Jazz and Boogie-woogie.

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Alan Civil

Alan Civil (June 13, 1929 Northampton-March 19, 1989) a.k.a. Civil, Alan was a British , .

His discography includes: Die 4 Hornkonzerte, Horn Concertos / Oboe Concerto, Wind Concerti and .

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