Here are 50 famous musicians from England were born in 1943:
Keith Richards (December 18, 1943 Dartford-) a.k.a. Keith Richard, The Human Riff or Keef is an English musician, record producer, guitarist, singer-songwriter, actor, film producer and composer. His children are Theodora Richards, Marlon Richards, Alexandra Richards, Angela Richards and Tara Richards.
His albums: Talk Is Cheap, Main Offender, Wicked as It Seems, Learning the Game, Live at the Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988, Vintage Vinos, The Return of Woody Wood Breaker, Run Rudolph Run b/w The Harder They Come, Struggle and Eileen. Genres related to him: Rock music, Reggae, Rhythm and blues, Blues, Country, Rock and roll, Blues rock and Psychedelic rock.
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Roger Waters (September 6, 1943 Great Bookham-) also known as George Roger Waters, Waters, Roger, R. Waters or The Pink Floyd is an English musician, singer, record producer, songwriter, guitarist, bassist, lyricist, singer-songwriter, film score composer and composer. He has two children, India Waters and Harry Waters.
His albums: The Pros and Cons of Hitch Hiking, Radio K.A.O.S., The Wall: Live in Berlin, Amused to Death, To Kill the Child / Leaving Beirut, Radio Waves, The Bravery of Being Out of Range, Flickering Flame: The Solo Years Volume 1, In the Flesh - Live and Ça Ira. His related genres: Psychedelic rock, Progressive rock, Art rock, Folk rock and Hard rock.
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Penny Rimbaud (June 8, 1943 Northwood, London-) also known as Jeremy John Ratter, Elvis Rimrod, Jeremy Ratter, Penny Zenvy, Penelope Rainbow, Arfer 'Bonzo' Rimbaud, Puny Rumble, Rimbaud, Penny, Elvis Rimbaud, Elvis, Arthur Rimbaud or J. J. Ratter is an English poet, drummer, writer, actor and musician.
Discography: The Death of Imagination, Acts of Love: Fifty Songs to My Other Self and Christ's Reality Asylum. Genres: Jazz, Anarcho-punk and Experimental music.
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Brian Ferneyhough (January 16, 1943 Coventry-) also known as Ferneyhough, Brian is an English composer.
His albums include Brian Ferneyhough 1 (Arditti String Quartet), La Chúte d'Icare - Superscriptio - Intermedio alla Ciaccona - Etudes Trancendantales - Mnemosyne, Quartet No. 4 / Kurze Schatten II / Terrain / Trittico per G. S. (Arditti Quartet, Asko Ensemble) and Chamber Music (Ensemble Exposé).
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Peter Sinfield (December 27, 1943 Fulham-) also known as Peter Stinfield, Pete Sinfield, Sinfield, Peter or Peter John Sinfield is an English record producer, songwriter, designer, lyricist, herbalist and cook.
His albums include Stillusion, Still and In a Land of Clear Colours. Genres he performed include Art rock and Progressive rock.
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Richard Armstrong (January 7, 1943 Leicester-) is an English conductor.
His most recognized albums: Roberto Alagna.
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Richard Stilgoe (March 28, 1943 Camberley-) also known as Stilgoe, Richard, Richard Henry Simpson Stilgoe or Sir Richard Henry Simpson Stilgoe is an English musician, songwriter and lyricist. He has one child, Joe Stilgoe.
His albums include Who Plays Wins, By the Wey, A Quiet Night Out and Starlight Express (Highlights from the Musical).
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Keith Relf (March 22, 1943 Richmond, London-May 14, 1976 London) otherwise known as Relf, Keith, Keith William Relf, Renaissance or The Yardbirds was an English singer, guitarist, record producer, songwriter and musician. He had two children, Danny Relf and Jason Relf.
Discography: Mr. Zero / Knowing. Genres he performed: Blues, Heavy metal, Progressive rock, Folk rock, Blues rock, Hard rock and Psychedelic rock.
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Mick Farren (September 3, 1943 Cheltenham-July 27, 2013 London) otherwise known as Farren, Mick was an English writer, singer, journalist and novelist.
His albums include Mona – The Carnivorous Circus, Vampires Stole My Lunch Money, Mona - The Carnivorous Circus and Mona: The Carnivorous Circus.
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Mark Wirtz (September 3, 1943 Strasbourg-) also known as Michael Sinclair or Wirtz, Mark is an English writer and comedian.
His albums: A Teenage Opera. Genres related to him: Pop music.
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Jacqui McShee (December 25, 1943 Catford-) a.k.a. McShee, Jacqui is an English singer.
Her albums: About Thyme.
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Sue Nicholls (November 23, 1943 Walsall-) also known as Susan Frances Harmar Nicholls or The Honourable Miss Harmar-Nicholls is an English actor.
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Hilton Valentine (May 21, 1943 North Shields-) also known as Valentine, Hilton, Hilton Stewart Paterson Valentine or The Animals is an English musician, songwriter, guitarist and actor.
Genres he performed include Rock music, Folk rock and Blues rock.
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Tony Meehan (March 2, 1943 Hampstead-November 28, 2005 London) also known as Daniel Joseph Anthony Meehan or Meehan, Tony was an English drummer.
His albums include Diamonds and Diamonds and Other Gems.
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Muff Winwood (June 15, 1943 Erdington-) also known as Winwood, Muff, Mervyn Winwood or Spencer Davis Group is an English songwriter and record producer.
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Mel Hague (January 20, 1943-) is an English writer, novelist, singer and journalist.
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John Dalton (May 21, 1943 London Borough of Enfield-) also known as Dalton, John is an English bassist.
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Mick Abrahams (April 7, 1943 Luton-) also known as Abrahams, Mick or Michael Timothy Abrahams is an English guitarist.
His albums: Mick Abrahams and All Said and Done.
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Roger Smalley (June 26, 1943 Manchester-) is an English professor, composer, conductor and pianist.
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Tony Newman (March 17, 1943 Southampton-March 1, 2015) also known as Newman, Tony or Richard Anthony Newman was an English drummer.
Genres he performed include Rock music.
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Jeffrey Tate (April 28, 1943 Salisbury-) is an English conductor.
Discography: Piano Concertos Nos. 22 & 23, Piano Concertos Nos. 24, 25, Violin Concertos, Clarinet Concerto, , Symphonies no. 40 · no. 41 ‘Jupiter’, Piano Concertos Nos. 20 & 21, The Great Piano Concertos, Volume 3: Nos. 9, 14, 15,17, 18, The Great Piano Concertos, Volume 1: Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 and The Banks of Green Willow.
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Chris White (March 7, 1943 Chipping Barnet-) a.k.a. White, Chris, Christopher Taylor White or The Zombies is an English songwriter, record producer, singer and bassist.
Genres he performed: Pop music, Progressive rock, Rock music and Psychedelic rock.
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Tony Tyler (October 31, 1943 United Kingdom-October 28, 2006) also known as J. E. A. Tyler was an English writer and journalist.
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Mick Jagger (July 26, 1943 Dartford-) also known as Michael Philip Jagger, Sir Michael Jagger, Sir Mick Jagger, Mike, Sir Michael Philip "Mick" Jagger, Michael Phillip Jagger, Sir Michael Philip Jagger, Sir Michael Philip "Mick" Jagger, OBE or Mick is an English singer, musician, record producer, songwriter, actor, film producer, film score composer and screenwriter. His children are called Elizabeth Jagger, Jade Jagger, Gabriel Jagger, Karis Jagger, Georgia May Jagger, Lucas Maurice Morad Jagger and James Jagger.
His albums include She's the Boss, Primitive Cool, Sweet Thing, Goddess in the Doorway, God Gave Me Everything, Old Habits Die Hard (feat. David A. Stewart), Out of Focus, Visions of Paradise, Wandering Spirit and The Very Best of Mick Jagger. Genres he performed: Rock music, Country, Blues, Psychedelic rock, Reggae, Blues rock, Rock and roll, Rhythm and blues, Funk, Soul music, Dance-rock and Hard rock.
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Cilla Black (May 27, 1943 Liverpool-) otherwise known as Priscilla Maria Veronica White or Black, Cilla is an English presenter, singer, singer-songwriter, actor, entertainer and media personality. She has four children, Ellen Willis, Robert Willis, Jack Willis and Ben Willis.
Her albums include Love of the Loved, It's for You EP, Step Inside Love, Love, Cilla, The Best of 1963-1978, Beginnings: Greatest Hits and New Songs, The Best of the EMI Years, If I Thought You'd Ever Change Your Mind, The Best of Cilla Black and Cilla. Genres related to her: Pop music, Soul music, Beat music and Adult contemporary music.
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Vivian Stanshall (March 21, 1943 Oxford-March 5, 1995 Muswell Hill) a.k.a. Viv Stanshall, Stanshall, Vivian, Victor Anthony Stanshall or Vivian Stanshall & biG Grunt was an English singer, screenwriter, poet, painter, songwriter, broadcaster, actor, musician, presenter, writer and comedian. His children are called Rupert Stanshall and Silky Longfellow-Stanshall.
His albums: Men Opening Umbrellas Ahead, Teddy Boys Don't Knit, Sir Henry at N'didi’s Kraal and Sir Henry at Rawlinson End. Genres he performed: Rock music, Satire, Comedy rock and Rock and roll.
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Dick Taylor (January 28, 1943 Dartford-) also known as Taylor, Dick or Richard Clifford Taylor is an English songwriter, musician and record producer.
Genres he performed: Punk rock, Rhythm and blues, Post-punk, Rock and roll and Rock music.
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Cedric Smith (September 21, 1943 Bournemouth-) also known as Cedric Alan Smith is an English actor, singer, voice actor, songwriter, musician, writer, television director and film director. His child is called Darcy Montgomery Smith.
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Gay Soper (February 6, 1943 United Kingdom-) otherwise known as Soper, Gay is an English actor. She has one child, Matthew Stokes.
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Lee Jackson (January 8, 1943 Newcastle upon Tyne-) otherwise known as Jackson, Lee or Keith Anthony Joseph Jackson is an English singer and musician.
His related genres: Blues, Progressive rock and Boogie.
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Philip Moore (September 30, 1943-) is an English , .
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Albert Lee (December 21, 1943 Leominster-) also known as Lee, Albert is an English musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, songwriter and music director.
His albums include Heartbreak Hill, Black Claw & Country Fever, Gagged but Not Bound, Hiding, Real Wild Child, Speechless, That's Alright Mama & Black Claw Sessions, Live From Mars, Road Runner and Albert Lee. Genres: Rockabilly, Rock music, Rhythm and blues, Country and Rock and roll.
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Keith West (December 6, 1943 Dagenham-) a.k.a. West, Keith or Keith Alan Hopkins is an English singer and songwriter.
His albums include Sam / Thimble Full of Puzzles (Mark Wirtz' Mood Mosaic), Excerpts From...: Groups & Sessions 1965~1974 and Excerpt From "A Teenage Opera" / Theme From "A Teenage Opera".
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Tony Christie (April 25, 1943 Conisbrough-) a.k.a. Anthony Fitzgerald, Antony Fitzgerald or Christie, Tony is an English singer, actor, musician and singer-songwriter.
Discography: My Life... Is This the Way to Amarillo, Sweet September, Calypso and Rum, In Love Again, Welcome to My Music 2, The Best of Tony Christie, Best of Tony Christie, Avenues & Alleyways, (Is This the Way to) Amarillo and Definitive Collection. Genres he performed: Pop music and Rock music.
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Roger Dean (March 16, 1943-August 3, 2008) was an English , .
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Mark Wynter (January 29, 1943 Woking-) also known as Terence Sidney Lewis is an English singer and actor.
Related albums: The Very Best of Mark Wynter.
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Tony Hazzard (October 31, 1943 Liverpool-) also known as Anthony Hazzard is an English songwriter and singer.
Related albums: Sings Tony Hazzard and Sings Tony Hazzard. His related genres: Pop music.
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Gavin Bryars (January 16, 1943 Goole-) a.k.a. Richard Gavin Bryars is an English composer, bassist and film score composer.
His albums: The Sinking of the Titanic / Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet, After the Requiem, Jesus' Blood Never Failed Me Yet, The Sinking of the Titanic, Vita Nova, Farewell to Philosophy, The Last Days, I Have Heard It Said That a Spirit Enters, Three String Quartets (The Lyric Quartet) and Cadman Requiem. Genres: Minimal music.
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Mike Smith (December 6, 1943 Edmonton, London-February 28, 2008 Aylesbury) a.k.a. Michael George Smith or Smith, Mike was an English singer-songwriter, singer and record producer.
Genres: Pop music, Beat music and Rock music.
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David Horler (September 10, 1943 Lymington-) is an English trombonist. He has two children, Natalie Horler and Svetlana Horler.
His discography includes: Blue Jersey.
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Vincent Crane (May 21, 1943 Reading-February 14, 1989) also known as Crane, Vincent was an English organist and keyboard player.
His albums include Close Your Eyes: A Collection 1965–1986. Genres he performed: Rock music, Progressive rock, Funk, Psychedelic rock, Hard rock and Blues rock.
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Derek Leckenby (May 14, 1943 Leeds-June 4, 1994 Manchester) a.k.a. Leckenby, Derek was an English musician.
His related genres: Pop music and Rock music.
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Carl Wayne (August 18, 1943 City Hospital, Birmingham-August 31, 2004 Birmingham) also known as Wayne, Carl or Colin David Tooley was an English singer and actor.
His albums include Songs from Miss Saigon. Genres: Pop music and Rock music.
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Tim Souster (January 29, 1943 Bletchley-March 1, 1994 England) otherwise known as Timothy Andrew James Souster was an English composer.
His albums include SW1T DR1MZ.
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Tommy Quickly (July 7, 1943 Liverpool-) a.k.a. Quickly, Tommy or Thomas Quigley is an English singer.
His discography includes: You Might as Well Forget Him and Tip Of My Tongue.
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Don Fardon (August 19, 1943 Coventry-) is an English singer.
His albums: Follow Your Drum / Get Away, John, Indian Reservation - The Best Of and Indian Reservation.
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Julie Rogers (April 6, 1943 Bermondsey-) otherwise known as Rogers, Julie or Julie Rolls is an English singer.
Discography: The Wedding (La Novia). Genres: Traditional pop music and Easy listening.
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Tony Hooper (September 14, 1943-) otherwise known as Hooper, Tony is an English musician and singer-songwriter.
Genres he performed include Folk music and Bluegrass.
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Glenda Collins (December 16, 1943 London-) is an English singer.
Her most recognized albums: It's Hard to Believe It / Don't Let It Rain on Sunday and This Little Girl's Gone Rockin'.
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Ruth Madoc (April 16, 1943 Norwich-) also known as Ruth Llewellyn, Madoc, Ruth, Ruth Llewellyn Jackson or Ruth Jackson is an English actor and singer. She has two children, Rhys Madoc and Lowri Madoc.
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