Here are 13 famous musicians from Canada were born in 1934:
Leonard Cohen (September 21, 1934 Westmount-) otherwise known as Leonard Norman Cohen or Leonard Norman Cohen, CC GOQ is a Canadian writer, novelist, poet, musician, singer-songwriter, actor and film score composer. He has two children, Lorca Cohen and Adam Cohen.
His albums include Songs of Love and Hate, Live Songs, New Skin for the Old Ceremony, The Best of Leonard Cohen, Death of a Ladies' Man, Recent Songs, Highlights, Various Positions, I'm Your Man and I'm Your Man. Genres: Folk music, Pop music, World music, Folk rock, Rock music, Blues, Spoken word, Synthpop, Pop rock and Soft rock.
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Arthur Labatt (May 11, 1934 Ontario-) is a Canadian , .
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Paul Brodie (April 10, 1934 Montreal-November 19, 2007 Toronto) was a Canadian , .
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Fernand Gignac (March 23, 1934 Québec-August 18, 2006) also known as Gignac, Fernand was a Canadian singer. His child is Louis Gignac.
His most recognized albums: Tendrement vôtre, Les Grandes Chansons de Noël, Chante pour l'âge d'or, 14 succès de Noel, 20 grandes chansons d'amour, 30 ans de carrière et vos plus belles chansons d’amour, Adios amigo, Bouquet de roses, C'était l'bon temps, volume 2 and C'était le bon temps, volume 1.
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Ronald Turini (September 30, 1934 Montreal-) is a Canadian , .
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Jean-Pierre Ferland (June 24, 1934 Montreal-) also known as Ferland, Jean-Pierre is a Canadian singer, singer-songwriter, author and chansonnier.
His albums include Bleu blanc blues, Ecoute pas ça, L'amour c'est d'l'ouvrage, Master Serie, Premier coffret, Soleil, Second coffret, Troisième coffret, Les 20 premiers succès and Ce soir-là. Genres related to him: Blues, Country, Folk music, Rock music and Folk rock.
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Mark Strand (April 11, 1934 Summerside-November 29, 2014) also known as Strand, Mark was a Canadian writer, poet, translator, novelist and essayist.
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Srul Irving Glick (September 8, 1934 Toronto-April 17, 2002) a.k.a. Glick, Srul Irving was a Canadian composer and conductor.
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André Prévost (July 30, 1934 Hawkesbury-January 27, 2001 Montreal) otherwise known as Andre Prevost, Prévost, André or André Prévost, OC was a Canadian composer and teacher.
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Oliver Jones (September 11, 1934 Little Burgundy-) a.k.a. Jones, Oliver or Oliver Theophilus Jones is a Canadian jazz pianist, organist, composer, music arranger, music teacher and actor.
Discography: One More Time, Then & Now, From Lush to Lively, Just 88, Pleased To Meet You, Second Time Around, Live Jazz Legends, Have Fingers, Will Travel, Lights of Burgundy and The Many Moods of Oliver Jones.
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Valerie Tryon (September 5, 1934 Portsmouth-) a.k.a. Tryon, Valerie is a Canadian pianist.
Her albums include The Joy of Piano, Debussy Songs, Complete Piano Music, Volume 17: Schubert Song Transcriptions 2 and Scherzos & Ballades.
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Dick Damron (March 22, 1934 Bentley-) also known as Damron, Dick, Dickie Damron, Damron, Dickie, Dick damron or Joseph Glenn is a Canadian musician, composer, multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter.
Related albums: The Big Picture and Countryfied. Genres related to him: Country.
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Hank Smith (September 15, 1934 Garmisch-Partenkirchen-October 19, 2002 Edmonton) was a Canadian singer.
Genres he performed include Country.
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