Here are 9 famous musicians from Canada were born in 1919:
Victor Copps (March 21, 1919 Temiskaming Shores-October 15, 1988) also known as Mayor Victor Copps was a Canadian politician.
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Jackie Washington (November 12, 1919 Hamilton-June 27, 2009 Hamilton) a.k.a. Jack was a Canadian singer-songwriter and actor.
Discography: Midnight Choo Choo. Genres he performed include Folk music and Blues.
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István Anhalt (April 12, 1919 Budapest-February 24, 2012 Kingston) also known as Istvan Anhalt or Anhalt, Istvan was a Canadian composer and music teacher.
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Digby McLaren (December 11, 1919-December 8, 2004) was a Canadian geologist.
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Tommy Reilly (August 21, 1919 Guelph-September 25, 2000 Surrey) a.k.a. Reilly, Tommy, Thomas (Tommy) Rundle Reilly or Dwight Barker was a Canadian film score composer. His child is David T. Reilly.
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Roger Doucet (April 21, 1919 Montreal-July 19, 1981 Montreal) was a Canadian singer.
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Georgie Auld (May 19, 1919 Toronto-January 8, 1990 Palm Springs) a.k.a. George Auld or Auld, Georgie was a Canadian , .
Her albums include Sax Gone Latin, The Chronological Classics: Georgie Auld 1946-1951, The Chronological Classics: Georgie Auld 1940-1945 and The Chronological Classics: Georgie Auld 1945-1946. Genres she performed: Jazz.
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Edmund Hockridge (August 9, 1919 Vancouver-March 15, 2009 Peterborough) otherwise known as Hockridge, Edmund was a Canadian singer and actor.
Genres: Traditional pop music and Easy listening.
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Alan Young (November 19, 1919 North Shields-) also known as Angus Young or Al Young is a Canadian actor and voice actor.
His albums include Dinah Shore Sings … Songs from Aaron Slick From Punkin Crick a.k.a. Marshmallow Moon.
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