British music stars born in 1930

Here are 16 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1930:

Alan Walker

Alan Walker (April 6, 1930 Scunthorpe-) is a British musicologist.

His related genres: Romantic music.

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Allan Williams

Allan Williams (March 17, 1930 Bootle-) is a British talent manager.

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Jack Gold

Jack Gold (June 28, 1930 London-) is a British television director, film director, television producer, film producer and actor.

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Maxine Daniels

Maxine Daniels (November 2, 1930 Stepney-October 20, 2003 Romford) also known as Gladys Lynch was a British singer.

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Annie Ross

Annie Ross (July 25, 1930 Mitcham, London-) a.k.a. Annabelle Short, Annabelle Allan Short, Annabelle Logan or Annabella Logan is a British actor and singer-songwriter. She has one child, Kenny Clarke Jr.

Her albums: A Gasser!, Annie Ross Sings a Handful of Songs, Music Is Forever, Skylark, Farmer's Market / The Time Was Right, You and Me Baby: An Evening With Annie Ross, A Gasser!, In Hoagland, King Pleasure Sings, Annie Ross Sings and Holliday With Mulligan. Genres related to her: Jazz.

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Sean Connery

Sean Connery (August 25, 1930 Fountainbridge-) also known as Thomas Sean Connery, Sir Sean Connery, Sir Thomas Sean Connery, Tommy, Shawn, Sir Thomas Sean Connery Kt., Sir Sean Connery Kt., Sir Thomas Sean Connery, KBE or Big Tam is a British actor, film producer and voice actor. He has one child, Jason Connery.

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John Scott

John Scott (November 1, 1930 Bishopston, Bristol-) also known as Patrick John O'Hara Scott, Patrick John Scott, Johnny Scott, Patrick John Michael O'Hara Scott or The Johnny Scott Quintet is a British conductor, film score composer, composer and musician.

His albums include 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, To the Ends of the Earth, Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, The Final Countdown, Yor, the Hunter from the Future, Inseminoid, King Kong Lives, Shoot to Kill, Man on Fire and Ruby. Genres related to him: Jazz and Classical music.

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Stanley Myers

Stanley Myers (October 6, 1930 Birmingham-November 9, 1993 Kensington and Chelsea) also known as Myers was a British film score composer.

His albums include The Deer Hunter and Other Themes, Ray Bradbury's "The Martian Chronicles", Sitting Target, The Deer Hunter, , Taffin, Paperhouse, Mona Lisa / Castaway, The Zero Boys and Hotel / Kaleidoscope.

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Clive Revill

Clive Revill (April 18, 1930 Wellington-) a.k.a. Clive Selsby Revill or Clive Revel is a British actor and voice actor. He has one child, Kate Revill.

Discography: Oliver!.

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Derek Nimmo

Derek Nimmo (September 19, 1930 Liverpool-February 24, 1999 Chelsea) otherwise known as Derek Robert Nimmo was a British actor and theatre manager. His children are Piers Nimmo, Amanda Nimmo and Timothy Nimmo.

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Jeremy Lloyd

Jeremy Lloyd (July 22, 1930 Danbury-December 23, 2014) a.k.a. John Jeremy Lloyd or John Jeremy Lloyd OBE was a British screenwriter, actor, writer, author and salesperson.

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Chris Barber

Chris Barber (April 17, 1930 Welwyn Garden City-) otherwise known as Donald Christopher Barber, Barber, Chris, Chris Barberas, Chris Barber and His Band, Chris Barber's Jazz Band or Chris Barber Band is a British bandleader, musician, songwriter and trombonist.

His albums include Live in East Berlin, The Best of Chris Barber, Music From The Land Of Dreams, Who's Blues, The Essential Chris Barber, Memories of My Trip, Mardi Gras at the Marquee, The Skiffle Sessions – Live in Belfast 1998, Swing Is Here and I Wanna Go Home. Genres he performed: Dixieland, Swing music, Ragtime, Blues, Folk music, Skiffle and Trad jazz.

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Peter Hurford

Peter Hurford (November 22, 1930 Minehead-) also known as Hurford, Peter is a British organist.

His albums include Great Organ Works (Peter Hurford), The Organ Works, Famous Organ Works, Romantic Organ Music, Romantic Organ Works, Organ Spectacular, , Symphony No. 3 "Organ", Organ Favourites and Organ Concertos, op. 4.

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Vernon Handley

Vernon Handley (November 11, 1930 London Borough of Enfield-September 10, 2008 Monmouthshire) a.k.a. Vemon Handley or Handley, Vernon was a British conductor.

His discography includes: Violin Concerto / Lonely Waters/ Whythorne's Shadow, Hymns from the Rig Veda / Two Eastern Pictures / Hymn to Dionysus, Górecki - Symphony No. 3 & Three Pieces in Old Style, Songs of Travel / On Wenlock Edge / Orchestral Songs, Sapphic Poem / Sappho, The Nine Symphonies / Job, Sibelius: Violin Concerto in D minor / Chausson: Poème, Violin Concerto in B minor, Job: A Masque for Dancing and Vaughan Williams: The Wasps / Serenade to Music / Delius: Summer Night on the River / On Hearing the First Cuckoo in Spring / Summer Evening / Air and Dance.

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Sally Ann Howes

Sally Ann Howes (July 20, 1930 St John's Wood-) also known as Howes, Sally Ann is a British actor and singer. She has two children, Christopher Adler and Andrew Hart Adler.

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Joan Sims

Joan Sims (May 9, 1930 Laindon-June 27, 2001 Chelsea) a.k.a. Irene Joan Marian Sims, Irene Joan Marion Sims, Joan Simms, Joanie, Queen of Puddings or The First Lady of Carry On was a British singer, actor and voice actor.

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