Here are 25 famous musicians from Canada were born in 1947:
Rex Murphy (March 1, 1947 Carbonear-) is a Canadian writer and commentator.
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Alan Thicke (March 1, 1947 Kirkland Lake-) otherwise known as Alan Willis Jeffrey or Alan Jeffery Thicke is a Canadian actor, songwriter, screenwriter, television producer, comedian, writer, presenter, master of ceremonies, musician and composer. He has three children, Robin Thicke, Brennan Thicke and Carter William Thicke.
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Nikolai Korndorf (January 23, 1947 Moscow-May 30, 2001 Vancouver) was a Canadian , .
Genres he performed: Classical music and Opera.
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Paddy Roberts (November 8, 1947-) is a Canadian politician.
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R. H. Thomson (September 24, 1947 Richmond Hill-) a.k.a. R H Thomson, Robert Holmes Thomson, R.H. Thompson, Robert Holmes "R. H." Thomson, RH Thomson, R.H. Thomson or R. H. Thomson is a Canadian actor.
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Linda Thorson (June 18, 1947 Toronto-) a.k.a. Linda Robinson, Mrs Barry Bergthorson or Thorson, Linda is a Canadian actor. She has one child, Trevor Boggs.
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Ian Tamblyn (December 2, 1947 Fort William, Ontario-) a.k.a. Tamblyn, Ian is a Canadian writer, singer, musician, record producer and playwright.
Related albums: Antarctica, Over My Head, Voice in the Wilderness, The Body Needs to Travel, In Dreams Behold - Celtic Project, Closer To Home, When Will I See You Again, Ian Tamblyn and Magnetic North. Genres: Folk music, New Age and New-age music.
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Larry Leishman (April 4, 1947-) is a Canadian , .
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Matt Minglewood (January 31, 1947 Moncton-) also known as Minglewood, Matt or Roy Alexander Batherson is a Canadian singer, musician and singer-songwriter.
His discography includes: The Best of Minglewood Band, Drivin' Wheel and The Promise. Genres he performed: Folk music, Rock music, Blues, Country and Traditional music.
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Prakash John (August 1, 1947 Mumbai-) is a Canadian musician and bassist. His child is Jordan John.
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Burton Cummings (December 31, 1947 Winnipeg-) a.k.a. Cummings, Burton, Burton L. Cummings, Burton L. Cummings, OC, OM or The All-Starr Band is a Canadian singer, keyboard player, musician, songwriter and actor.
His albums: The Best of Burton Cummings, Burton Cummings, Dream of a Child, Plus Signs, Up Close and Alone, Woman Love, The Burton Cummings Collection, Jukebox, Above the Ground and My Own Way to Rock. Genres he performed include Rock music and Soft rock.
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Wayne Rostad (October 1, 1947 Ottawa-) also known as Wayne Victor Rostad or Wayne Victor Rostad, CM is a Canadian musician, presenter and radio personality.
His most important albums: Writer of Songs and Again.
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Brian Day (January 29, 1947 Liverpool-) is a Canadian surgeon and physician.
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Ann Mortifee (November 30, 1947 KwaZulu-Natal-) a.k.a. Mortifee, Ann is a Canadian , .
Her albums: Healing Journey, Serenade at the Doorway, Born to Live, Into the Heart of the Sangoma, Journey to Kairos, Baptism, Bright Encounter and Reflections on Crooked Walking.
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Stan Endersby (July 17, 1947 Canada-) is a Canadian , .
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Wolf Krakowski (August 26, 1947-) a.k.a. Krakowski, Wolf is a Canadian , .
His discography includes: Transmigrations: Gilgul, Goyrl: Destiny and Unbounded.
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Paul Rudolph (June 14, 1947-) also known as Rudolph, Paul or Paul Fraser Rudolph is a Canadian , .
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Gene Martynec (March 28, 1947 Germany-) also known as Martynec, Gene is a Canadian musician, composer and record producer.
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Sharon Vaughn (May 2, 1947-) also known as Sharon Rice or Mary Sharon Vaughn is a Canadian musician, songwriter, composer, record producer and actor.
Genres: Country, Pop music and Rock music.
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Greg Leskiw (August 5, 1947 Winnipeg-) also known as Leskiw, Greg is a Canadian , .
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Gaye Delorme (March 20, 1947 Thunder Bay-June 23, 2011 Calgary) also known as Delorme, Gaye was a Canadian , .
His discography includes: The Best of ... and Blue Wave Sessions.
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Peter Paul Koprowski (August 24, 1947 Łódź-) a.k.a. Koprowski, Peter Paul is a Canadian composer, conductor, pianist and teacher.
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James Leroy (April 3, 1947 Ottawa-May 10, 1979 Ottawa) was a Canadian singer, songwriter and musician.
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Claude Dubois (April 24, 1947 Montreal-) a.k.a. Dubois, Claude or Claude André Dubois is a Canadian singer-songwriter and singer.
His albums include L'intégrale Dubois 4, Ma préférence, Mémoire d'adolescent, Duos Dubois, Gelsomina, Rencontre de rêve : Théâtre des Variétés, 1959 - 1970 (disc 1), Dubois par chœur, Piano violon and .
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Billy Bryans (September 15, 1947 Montreal-April 23, 2012 Toronto) a.k.a. William Taylor Bryans was a Canadian songwriter, musician, record producer and disc jockey.
Genres he performed: Funk, Rock music and World music.
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