Here are 14 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1931:
Lonnie Donegan (April 29, 1931 Bridgeton, Glasgow-November 3, 2002 Peterborough) otherwise known as Lonnie Donnegan, Anthony James Donegan, Donegan, Lonnie, The King of Skiffle, Lonnie, Loni Donegan or Donegan, Loni was a British musician, songwriter, singer and actor. His children are Peter Donegan and Anthony Donegan.
His most recognized albums: Lonnie Donegan Hit Parade, Volume 2, Rock Island Line: The Singles Anthology 1955–1967, More Than 'Pye in the Sky', Muleskinner Blues, Puttin' on the Style: The Greatest Hits, Rock My Soul, Showcase, Talking Guitar Blues, The Best of Lonnie Donegan and The Collection. Genres he performed include Skiffle, Traditional pop music, Folk music, Blues and Country.
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Erik Smith (March 25, 1931 Germany-May 4, 2004) also known as Eric Smith or Smith, Erik was a British record producer and pianist.
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Diana Dors (October 23, 1931 Swindon-May 4, 1984 Windsor) also known as Diana Mary Fluck, Diana Mary Flick, diana_dors, Diana d'Ors, Dorsy, Miss Diana Dors, The Siren of Swindon, Hurricane in Mink or Diana Fluck was a British actor. Her children are Mark Dawson, Jason Lake and Gary Dawson.
Her albums: Swingin' Dors.
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Anthony Newley (September 24, 1931 London Borough of Hackney-April 14, 1999 Jensen Beach) also known as Antony Newley, George Anthony Newley, Anthony George Newley, Tony Newley or Anthony Newly was a British singer, actor, songwriter, screenwriter, film score composer, lyricist, composer and playwright. He had six children, Tara Newley, Alexander Anthony Newley, Simon Newley, Shelby Newley, Christopher Newley and Polly Gough.
His albums include Remembering Anthony Newley, Anthony Newley's Greatest Hits, Pop Goes the Weasel, The Anthony Newley Collection, Sat'Day Night Rock-A-Boogie / I've Waited So Long, Anthony Newley Sings the Songs From Doctor Dolittle, The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory and The Good Old Bad Old Days!.
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Jonathan Adams (February 14, 1931 Northampton-June 13, 2005 London) otherwise known as John Adams was a British actor.
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Kenneth Cope (April 14, 1931 Liverpool-) otherwise known as Kenneth Charles Cope or Ken Cope is a British actor and screenwriter. He has three children, Martha Cope, Mark Cope and Nick Cope.
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Leslie Bricusse (January 29, 1931 London-) a.k.a. Brickman is a British composer, lyricist, playwright, screenwriter and film score composer. His child is Adam Bricusse.
His albums: Scrooge: The Musical (1992 Birmingham cast), Stop the World, I Want to Get Off (1966 film cast), Scrooge (1970 film cast), Doctor Dolittle, Goodbye, Mr. Chips, The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory, The Good Old Bad Old Days! and Jekyll & Hyde (disc 2: Act II).
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Ann Stephens (May 21, 1931 London-July 15, 1966 England) otherwise known as Anne Stephens or Stephens, Ann was a British actor.
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David Whittaker (January 6, 1931 Surrey-January 11, 2012 Oxfordshire) otherwise known as David Sinclair Whitaker, David Whitaker or Whitaker, David was a British conductor, film score composer and songwriter.
His most well known albums: Run Wild, Run Free and Harry un ami qui vous veut du bien.
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Ned Sherrin (February 18, 1931 Low Ham-October 1, 2007 Chelsea) a.k.a. Edward George Sherrin, Edward George "Ned" Sherrin, Sherrin, Ned or Edward George "Ned" Sherrin, CBE was a British film producer, theatre director, broadcaster, television producer, television director, screenwriter, actor, author, humorist, impresario, playwright, presenter, raconteur and barrister.
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Trevor Peacock (May 19, 1931 Tottenham-) a.k.a. Trevor Peacok is a British actor, screenwriter and songwriter. His children are Daniel Peacock and Harry Peacock.
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Denis Wick (June 1, 1931 Braintree-) a.k.a. Denis Gerald Wick is a British , .
Related albums: Wind Music of Holst and Vaughan Williams.
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Marion Ryan (February 4, 1931 Middlesbrough-January 15, 1999 Boca Raton) also known as Ryan, Marion was a British singer. She had one child, Barry Ryan.
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Ruth Flowers (March 29, 1931 Bristol-May 27, 2014) was a British disc jockey.
Genres she performed include Dance music and House music.
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