British music stars born in 1965

Here are 50 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1965:


Goldie (September 19, 1965 Walsall-) a.k.a. Rufig Cru, Ruffige Cru, Rufige Kru, Clifford Price, Rufige Cru or Clifford Joseph Price is a British disc jockey, actor, musician, artist, visual artist and music artist.

His discography includes: Inner City Life,, Digital, Angel, Temper Temper, Saturnz Return, Ring of Saturn, Believe, Timeless and Beachdrifta / Stormtroopa VIP. His related genres: Dance music, Drum and bass, Electronic music and Oldschool jungle.

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Gavin Rossdale

Gavin Rossdale (October 30, 1965 Kilburn, London-) also known as Gavin Rosdale, Gavin McGregor Rossdale, Rossdale, Gavin, Bush-X or Mr. Stefani is a British singer, guitarist, actor, musician, film score composer and songwriter. He has four children, Kingston Rossdale, Daisy Lowe, Zuma Nesta Rock Rossdale and Apollo Bowie Flynn Rossdale.

His albums include Wanderlust and Love Remains the Same. Genres he performed: Post-grunge, Grunge, Hard rock and Alternative rock.

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Zak Starkey

Zak Starkey (September 13, 1965 London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham-) otherwise known as Starkey, Zak or Zak Richard Starkey is a British musician and drummer. He has one child, Tatia Jayne Starkey.

His related genres: Rock music, Britpop, Art rock, Hard rock, Post-punk, Alternative rock and Pop rock.

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John Wesley Harding

John Wesley Harding (October 22, 1965 Hastings-) also known as Wesley Stace or Harding, John Wesley is a British novelist, singer, author, musician, songwriter and singer-songwriter.

His albums: It Happened One Night, Why We Fight, John Wesley Harding's New Deal, Trad Arr Jones (new edition), The Confessions of St. Ace, Awake, Garden of Eden: The Fall EP, Adam's Apple, Dynablob 4: Swings and Roundabouts and God Made Me Do It- The Christmas EP. His related genres: Blues, Rhythm and blues, World music, Blues rock, Soul music, Rock music, Pop music, Volk and Folk music.

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Beth Gibbons

Beth Gibbons (January 4, 1965 Exeter-) also known as Gibbons, Beth or Portishead is a British singer, songwriter, film score composer, actor, singer-songwriter and lyricist.

Discography: Candy Says, Acoustic Sunlight, Tom the Model, 2003-02-24: Cologne, Germany and Out of Season. Genres she performed: Jazz, Soul music, Electronica, Trip hop, Electronic dance music, Alternative rock and Folk music.

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Bryn Terfel

Bryn Terfel (November 9, 1965 Pant Glas-) also known as Bryn Terfal or Terfel, Bryn is a British singer and opera singer.

His albums: Bryn, Something Wonderful, Silent Noon, We'll Keep a Welcome, Tutto Mozart!, A Song in My Heart, Carols & Christmas Songs, Bad Boys, The Vagabond and Bryn Terfel Sings the Welsh Songs of Meirion Williams. Genres: Opera.

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Heather Small

Heather Small (January 20, 1965 London-) also known as Small, Heather or Heather Smalls is a British singer, musician, singer-songwriter and actor.

Her most well known albums: Proud, Close to a Miracle, Ultimate Collection and You Need Love Like I Do. Her related genres: House music, Rhythm and blues, Dance-pop, Soul music and Contemporary R&B.

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Cait O'Riordan

Cait O'Riordan (January 4, 1965 Nigeria-) also known as O'Riordan, Cait or CaitlĂ­n O'Riordan is a British musician, composer and actor.

Genres she performed include Folk rock, Celtic punk, Folk punk and Celtic rock.

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Mark Stent

Mark Stent (August 3, 1965 Alton-) also known as Mark 'Spike' Stent, Spike Stent or Stent, Mark 'Spike' is a British record producer and audio engineer.

Genres he performed include Hard rock, Electronic music, Rock music, Pop music, Rhythm and blues and Punk rock.

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Fabio (September 24, 1965 London-) is a British , .

His discography includes: FabricLive.10, Liquid Funk, Fabio Presents: Liquid Funk Volume 2, Fabio Presents Liquid Funk (disc 3), Fabio Presents Liquid Funk (disc 2), Fabio Presents Liquid Funk (disc 1), Drum & Bass Arena Presents: Friction & Fabio, Drum & Bass Arena: Fabio & Grooverider and . His related genres: Drum and bass.

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Coleen Nolan

Coleen Nolan (March 12, 1965 Blackpool-) also known as Coleen Patricia Nolan or Nolan, Coleen is a British presenter, singer and author. Her children are called Jake Roche, Shane Roche Jr. and Ciara Fensome.

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Robert Steadman

Robert Steadman (April 1, 1965 United Kingdom-) is a British , .

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Peter Kember

Peter Kember (November 19, 1965 Rugby-) also known as Sonic Boom or Pete Kember is a British , .

His albums: Angel, What Came Before After, Drone Dream and Recorded Live at St Pancras Old Church, London. Genres he performed: Drone music, Electronic music, Experimental music and Alternative rock.

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Mark Moore

Mark Moore (January 12, 1965 London-) also known as Moore, Mark is a British disc jockey and record producer.

Genres related to him: Acid house, House music, Dance music, Alternative rock and Pop music.

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Magnus Fiennes

Magnus Fiennes (November 21, 1965 Suffolk-) a.k.a. Magnus Hubert Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Wykeham-Fiennes or Magnus Wykeham-Fiennes is a British composer, film score composer, record producer, songwriter, musician, screenwriter and television producer. His children are called Shanti Atalanta Fiennes and Cheyenne Allegra Fiennes.

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Dru Masters

Dru Masters (July 29, 1965-) is a British , .

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Antony Crowther

Antony Crowther (May 10, 1965-) otherwise known as Anthony Crowther is a British programmer.

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Sheila Chandra

Sheila Chandra (March 14, 1965 London-) also known as Sheila Cahndra, Sheila Shandra, Sheila Candra, Chandra, Sheila or Sheila Savithri Elizabeth Chandra is a British singer, author, actor, songwriter and film score composer.

Her albums include The Struggle, EEP1, Out on My Own, The Indipop Retrospective, The Zen Kiss, This Sentence Is True (The Previous Sentence Is False), Weaving My Ancestors' Voices, ABoneCroneDrone, Moonsung: A Real World Retrospective and Nada Brahma. Her related genres: Folk music, Synthpop, World fusion music, Pop music, World music, House music and Worldbeat.

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Briana Corrigan

Briana Corrigan (May 30, 1965 Northern Ireland-) is a British singer.

Her albums include When My Arms Wrap You Round, Love Me Now (disc 2) and Love Me Now.

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Andrew Roachford

Andrew Roachford (January 22, 1965 London-) a.k.a. Roachford, Andrew is a British musician and singer-songwriter.

Genres: Contemporary R&B and Pop rock.

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Vinnie Jones

Vinnie Jones (January 5, 1965 Watford-) also known as Vincent Peter Jones, Vinny Jones, The Axe, Vincent Peter "Vinnie" Jones or Vinni Dzhons is a British actor, football player and singer. His children are called Aaron Elliston Jones and Kaley Jay Terry.

His albums include Respect.

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Frances Ruffelle

Frances Ruffelle (August 29, 1965 London-) a.k.a. Frankie Ruff, Frances Jane Ruffell or Frances Jane Ruffelle is a British singer and actor. She has three children, Eliza Doolittle, Nathaniel Doolittle and Felix Bailey Ruffelle.

Her most recognized albums: Frances Ruffelle.

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Ben Bartlett

Ben Bartlett (March 17, 1965 London-) a.k.a. Bartlett, Ben is a British film score composer.

His albums include Walking With Beasts.

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Glen Goldsmith

Glen Goldsmith (August 17, 1965 High Wycombe-) also known as Goldsmith, Glen, Glenn Goldsmith or Goldsmith, Glenn is a British singer.

His most well known albums: What You See Is What You Get.

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Eddy Huntington

Eddy Huntington (October 29, 1965 United Kingdom-) otherwise known as Eddie Huntington or Huntington, Eddy is a British singer and teacher.

Discography: Bang Bang Baby. Genres he performed include Italo disco, Pop music and Europop.

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Slash (July 23, 1965 Hampstead-) also known as Saul Hudson is a British musician, film score composer, songwriter, record producer, film producer, actor and guitarist. His children are called London Emilio Hudson and Cash Anthony Hudson.

His discography includes: Slash, Live in Manchester, Sahara, By the Sword, Live in Australia, August 2010, Made in Stoke 24/7/11, Apocalyptic Love, You're a Lie, iTunes Session and Obsession. Genres he performed include Hard rock, Heavy metal, Blues, Blues rock, Jazz fusion and Glam metal.

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The Irresistible Force

The Irresistible Force (December 30, 1965 Brighton-) also known as The Irresistable Force, Irresistible Force, Mixmaster Morris, Morris Gould, Irrisitible Force, Mix Master Morris, The Iresistible Force or Iresistible Force, The is a British disc jockey and record producer.

His albums include It's Tomorrow Already, Flying High, Fish Dances, Nepalese Bliss, Global Chillage, Underground EP, Space Is the Place, Abstract Funk Theory, The Morning After and Quiet Logic. Genres related to him: Ambient music, Electronic music, Downtempo and Trip hop.

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Kurtis Mantronik

Kurtis Mantronik (September 4, 1965 Jamaica-) otherwise known as Kurtis Kahleel, Chamonix, Kurtis Mantronik pres Chamonix, Kurtis Mantronik presents Chamonix, Kurtis Matronik Pres... Chamonix, Kurtis Mantronix presents Chamtronix, Kurtis Mantronix presents Chamonix, Kurtis Mantronik presents Chamonix 77, Mantronik, Kurtis Mantronix, Harry's Afro Hut or Kurtis Khaleel is a British record producer.

His discography includes: 77 Strings, I Sing the Body Electro, Strictly Business, How Did You Know, Mad, Trickstyle EP and Push Yer Hands Up. Genres related to him: House music, Electro, Breakbeat, Big beat, Freestyle music, Hip hop music, Electronica and Trip hop.

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Grant Marshall

Grant Marshall (December 18, 1965 Bristol-) also known as Daddy G. Marshall, Grantley Evan Marshall, Daddy G, Grant "Daddy G" Marshall or Grantley Marshall is a British singer and musician.

Related albums: DJ-Kicks: Daddy G. His related genres: Trip hop, Electronica and Electronic dance music.

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Marti Pellow

Marti Pellow (March 23, 1965 Clydebank-) otherwise known as Mark McLaughlin, Pellow, Marti or Mark McLachlan is a British singer, songwriter and composer.

His albums include Moonlight Over Memphis, Marti Pellow Sings the Hits of Wet Wet Wet & Smile, Smile, Between the Covers, Sentimental Me, Close to You, Love to Love and Hope. Genres: Pop music and Soul music.

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Slick Rick

Slick Rick (January 14, 1965 Mitcham, London-) otherwise known as Richard Walters, Richard D. Walters, MC Ricky D, Rick the Ruler, Richard Martin Lloyd Walters or Slick Rick The Ruler is a British songwriter, record producer, actor, musician and rapper.

His most well known albums: J-Love Legends Volume 1, The Art of Storytelling, Behind Bars, The Ruler's Back, The Great Adventures of Slick Rick, Teenage Love, Children's Story, Hey Young World, I Shouldn't Have Done It and Mistakes of a Woman in Love with Other Men. Genres: Old-school hip hop, East Coast hip hop and Hip hop music.

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Donald Ross Skinner

Donald Ross Skinner (August 8, 1965 Edinburgh-) a.k.a. Skinner, Donald Ross is a British record producer and musician.

His albums include Rite.

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Richard Norris

Richard Norris (June 23, 1965 London-) also known as Richard T. Norris, Norris, Richard or Further is a British record producer, audio engineer and musician.

Discography: 5 Further Journeys.

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Tippa Irie

Tippa Irie (June 7, 1965 Brixton-) otherwise known as Tippa Ire, Anthony Henry, A. Henry or Irie, Tippa is a British singer.

His albums include Hello Darling: The Best of Tippa Irie, Is It Really Happening to Me, Talk the Truth!, Rebel on the Roots Corner, Ah Me Dis, , Stick to My Roots and . Genres he performed include Reggae.

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David Westlake

David Westlake (February 12, 1965 Hayes, Hillingdon-) also known as Westlake, David is a British singer.

His albums include Play Dusty for Me and Westlake. His related genres: Indie rock and Art rock.

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James Nesbitt

James Nesbitt (January 15, 1965 Ballymena-) a.k.a. Jimmy is a British actor, comedian and presenter. He has two children, Peggy Nesbitt and Mary Nesbitt.

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John Murphy

John Murphy (March 4, 1965 Liverpool-) is a British musician and film score composer.

His most important albums: 28 Weeks Later, 28 Days Later: The Soundtrack Album, Sunshine: Music from the Motion Picture, Krank Chaos, 28 Days Later: The Soundtrack Album, The Last House on the Left, Miami Vice, Armored, Basic Instinct 2 and City by the Sea. Genres he performed: Electronic music, Instrumental, Alternative rock, Post-rock, Video game music and Film score.

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Yorkie (April 7, 1965 Clitheroe-) also known as David Palmer or David "Yorkie" Palmer is a British , .

Genres he performed include Pop rock, Electronica, Alternative rock, Britpop and Indie rock.

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Roy Powell

Roy Powell (October 2, 1965-) is a British jazz pianist.

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Steve Coogan

Steve Coogan (October 14, 1965 Middleton-) a.k.a. Stephen Coogan, Stephen John Coogan, Steve, Stephen John "Steve" Coogan, Tony Ferrino, Alan Partridge, Paul Calf, Tommy Saxondale or Duncan Thicket is a British comedian, actor, television producer, screenwriter, film producer, impressionist and voice actor. He has one child, Clare Coogan.

His albums: The Paul and Pauline Calf Audio Experience, Help Yourself, Phenomenon, Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge 1 and Knowing Me, Knowing You With Alan Partridge 3.

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Simon Gilbert

Simon Gilbert (May 23, 1965 Tiddington, Warwickshire-) also known as Gilbert, Simon or Simon Charles Gilbert is a British drummer and musician.

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Rebecca Pidgeon

Rebecca Pidgeon (October 25, 1965 Cambridge-) a.k.a. Rebeca Pidgeon or Pidgeon, Rebecca is a British actor and singer-songwriter. Her children are Clara Mamet and Noah Mamet.

Her albums include The Raven, The New York Girls' Club, Retrospective, Four Marys, Tough on Crime, Behind the Velvet Curtain and Slingshot.

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Jeffrey Ching

Jeffrey Ching (November 4, 1965 Manila-) is a British composer.

Genres: Contemporary classical music.

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Pepsi Tate

Pepsi Tate (March 10, 1965 Dinas Powys-September 18, 2007 Penarth) a.k.a. Huw Justin Smith, Boy or The Boy was a British bassist.

Genres: Glam metal.

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Russ North

Russ North (July 22, 1965 Benchill-) is a British singer.

Genres he performed: Hard rock and Heavy metal.

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Rob Brydon

Rob Brydon (May 3, 1965 Baglan, Neath Port Talbot-) also known as Robert Brydon Jones, West, Bryn, Robert Brydon, Keith Barret, Bryn West or Rob Jones is a British comedian, actor, presenter, singer, impressionist, television producer, voice actor, radio personality and screenwriter. He has five children, Harry Jones, George Jones, Tom Jones, Amy Jones and Katie Jones.

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Eddy Temple-Morris

Eddy Temple-Morris (April 26, 1965 Cardiff-) also known as Eddy Temple Morris is a British disc jockey, presenter and record producer.

His discography includes: Dance Rocks: Mixed, Remixed and Unmixed.

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Simon Henderson

Simon Henderson (March 18, 1965 Chiswick-) a.k.a. Simon Craig Henderson is a British record producer, actor, musician and composer.

Genres: Rock music and Pop music.

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Michael Richard Plowman

Michael Richard Plowman (July 20, 1965 London-) also known as Michael R. Plowman or Michael Plowman is a British conductor, composer, film score composer and film producer.

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Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming (January 27, 1965 Aberfeldy-) a.k.a. Alan Cummings, Uppin Cumming, Young Alan or Alan Cumming, OBE is a British actor, singer, film director, film producer, screenwriter, author, entrepreneur, voice actor and film score composer.

His albums include I Bought a Blue Car Today.

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