English musicians born in 1950

Here are 39 famous musicians from England were born in 1950:

Julie Walters

Julie Walters (February 22, 1950 Smethwick-) a.k.a. Julia Mary Walters, Julia Mary Walters, CBE, Julia Mary "Julie" Walters or Julia Mary "Julie" Walters, CBE is an English actor, voice actor and author. She has one child, Maisie Mae Roffey.

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Peter Frampton

Peter Frampton (April 22, 1950 Bromley-) a.k.a. Peter Kenneth Frampton is an English musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, singer, actor and multi-instrumentalist. His children are called Mia Rose Frampton, Jade Frampton and Julian Frampton.

His albums include Frampton’s Camel, Frampton, Frampton Comes Alive II, Classics, Volume 12, Startrax, 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Peter Frampton, Anthology, Extended Versions: The Encore Collection, Fingerprints and Frampton Comes Alive!. His related genres: Hard rock, Pop music, Rock music, Blues, Pop rock, Soft rock and Blues rock.

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Bernie Taupin

Bernie Taupin (May 22, 1950 Sleaford-) also known as Bernard John Taupin, bernie_taupin or Taupin, Bernie is an English poet, songwriter, lyricist and singer.

His albums include Tribe, Taupin and He Who Rides the Tiger. Genres related to him: Pop music and Rock music.

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Christopher Ryan

Christopher Ryan (January 25, 1950 Bayswater-) also known as Chris Ryan or Mike is an English actor.

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Graham Parker

Graham Parker (November 18, 1950 East London-) otherwise known as Parker, Graham is an English singer, musician, writer and songwriter.

His discography includes: Vertigo, BBC Live in Concert, Ultimate Collection, 12 Haunted Episodes, Acid Bubblegum, Burning Questions, Deepcut to Nowhere, Human Soul, Discovering Japan and Live! Alone in America. Genres he performed: Pub rock, New Wave, Rock music, Rhythm and blues and Soul music.

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Steve Hackett

Steve Hackett (February 12, 1950 Pimlico-) otherwise known as Hackett, Steve, Stephen Hackett, Stephen Richard Hacket or Stephen Richard Hackett is an English musician, record producer, songwriter and guitarist. He has one child, Oliver Hackett.

His most recognized albums: Voyage of the Acolyte, Please Don't Touch!, Spectral Mornings, Defector, Cured, Highly Strung, Bay of Kings, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Darktown and Genesis Files. Genres he performed include Progressive rock, Hard rock, Pop rock, Classical music, Blues and Art rock.

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Nicholas Cleobury

Nicholas Cleobury (June 23, 1950-) is an English conductor.

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Pip Pyle

Pip Pyle (April 4, 1950 Sawbridgeworth-August 28, 2006 Paris) a.k.a. Pyle, Pip or Phillip Pyle was an English , .

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Andy Powell

Andy Powell (February 19, 1950 Stepney-) also known as Powell, Andy or Andrew Powell is an English singer-songwriter, musician and guitarist.

Genres: Hard rock, Progressive rock, Art rock and Rock music.

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Belinda Sinclair

Belinda Sinclair (September 16, 1950 England-) is an English , .

Related albums: Touch Me.

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Barry Blue

Barry Blue (December 4, 1950 London-) a.k.a. Blue, Barry or Barry Ian Green is an English singer, record producer and singer-songwriter.

Discography: Greatest Hits, Miss Hit and Run / Heads I Win, Tails You Lose, Barry Blue, The Singles Collection, Dancin’ (On a Saturday Night) and Hot Shots. Genres: Pop music.

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Steve Gould

Steve Gould (March 25, 1950 Battersea-) is an English singer.

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Nicholas McGegan

Nicholas McGegan (January 14, 1950 Sawbridgeworth-) otherwise known as McGegan, Nicholas is an English conductor and music director.

His albums: , Concerti Grossi Op. 6 / Volume 1, Horn Concertos, Vivaldi for Diverse Instruments, BBC Music, Volume 5, Number 10: Alfred [excerpts] (Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment feat. conductor: Nicholas Kraemer), Flute Concertos, Cantatas, Volume II, Arias for Durastanti and The Notebook of Anna Magdalena Bach.

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Piper family

Piper family (August 14, 1950 England-) is an English , .

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Chris Norman

Chris Norman (October 25, 1950 Yorkshire-) also known as Norman, Chris is an English singer and singer-songwriter.

His discography includes: Without Your Love, Coming Home, A Portrait of Chris Norman, Amazing, Break Away, Breathe Me In, Greatest Hits, Handmade, Interchange and Midnight Lady. Genres he performed: Pop music, Soft rock, Pop rock and Glam rock.

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Lynsey de Paul

Lynsey de Paul (June 11, 1950 Southwark-October 1, 2014 Southwark) also known as Linsey De Paul, Lyndsey De Paul, Lynsey De Paul, Lynsey Monckton Rubin, Paul, de, Lynsey or Lindsey De Paul was an English singer, singer-songwriter and actor.

Her most recognized albums: Greatest Hits, Sugar Me, Best of the Seventies, Surprise, and If I Don't Get You the Next One Will. Genres related to her: Pop music.

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Simon Nicol

Simon Nicol (October 13, 1950 Muswell Hill-) also known as Nicol, Simon or Simon John Breckenridge Nicol is an English singer, musician and record producer.

His discography includes: Before Your Time..., Consonant Please Carol and Close to the White Bear. Genres related to him: Rock music, Folk rock and Electric folk.

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Linda Lewis

Linda Lewis (September 27, 1950 West Ham-) a.k.a. Linda Ann Frederick or Lewis, Linda is an English singer and musician.

Related albums: Class Style, Lark, Woman Overboard, Rock a Doodle Doo, Not a Little Girl Anymore, Born Performer: Live in Japan, Fathoms Deep, A Tear and a Smile, Say No More... and Second Nature. Genres she performed include Soul music, Popular music, Ska, Funk and Rock music.

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Ted Turner

Ted Turner (August 2, 1950 Sheldon, West Midlands-) is an English singer-songwriter and musician.

His related genres: Hard rock, Progressive rock, Art rock and Rock music.

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Steve Ellis

Steve Ellis (April 7, 1950 Edgware-) a.k.a. Ellis, Steve or Stephen John Ellis is an English singer.

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Bram Tchaikovsky

Bram Tchaikovsky (November 10, 1950 Lincolnshire-) otherwise known as Peter Bramall or Tchaikovsky, Bram is an English singer.

His albums: The Russians Are Coming, Strange Man, Changed Man, Pressure and Funland. Genres he performed: Rock music, New Wave and Power pop.

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Sheila White

Sheila White (October 18, 1950 London-) is an English actor, singer and screenwriter.

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Steve Tilston

Steve Tilston (March 26, 1950 Liverpool-) otherwise known as Tilston, Steve is an English singer and singer-songwriter. He has one child, Martha Tilston.

His albums: Of Many Hands, An Acoustic Confusion, And So It Goes, Such & Such, The Greening Wind, Swans at Coole, Life by Misadventure, The Reckoning and The Oxenhope EP. Genres he performed: Folk music.

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Wild Willy Barrett

Wild Willy Barrett (May 30, 1950 Aylesbury-) also known as Barrett, Wild Willy is an English singer.

Discography: Call of the Wild, Old Joe Clarke, Rapping on a Mountain, We've Gotta Get Out of This Place, John Otway & Wild Willy Barrett, Really Free, Deep & Meaningless, Organic Bondage, Hitchhiker and the Punk and Krazy Kong Album. Genres he performed include Reggae, Punk rock and Rock music.

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Philip Pickett

Philip Pickett (November 19, 1950 London-) also known as Phillip Pickett is an English , .

His most important albums: The Bones of All Men, Alchemist, Carmina Burana, Volume III, , Concertos, Elizabethan & Jacobean Consort Music, Vespro Della Beata Vergine, Psyche and A Bach Christmas.

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Geoffrey Richardson

Geoffrey Richardson (July 15, 1950 United Kingdom-) also known as Geoff Richardson is an English musician.

Genres he performed include Progressive rock and Acoustic music.

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Norman Beaker

Norman Beaker (June 21, 1950 Manchester-) otherwise known as Beaker, Norman is an English , .

Genres he performed: Blues and Blues rock.

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Micky Moody

Micky Moody (August 30, 1950 Middlesbrough-) a.k.a. Moody, Micky is an English musician, songwriter, singer-songwriter and author.

His albums include Smokestacks, Broom Dusters & Hootchie Coochie Men, Don't Blame Me, Electric Journeyman, Acoustic Journeyman and I Eat Them For Breakfast. Genres he performed: Heavy metal, Hard rock, Blues rock, Blues, Acoustic music, Rock music and Pop music.

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Carl Palmer

Carl Palmer (March 20, 1950 Handsworth, West Midlands-) also known as Palmer, Carl or Carl Frederick Kendall Palmer is an English musician, songwriter and drummer.

His albums: 'Do Ya Wanna Play Carl?', Working Live, Volume 2, Working Live, Volume 1 and Working Live, Volume 3. Genres he performed: Rock music, Progressive rock, Art rock, Electronica, Electronic dance music, Hard rock and Pop rock.

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Darryl Hunt

Darryl Hunt (May 4, 1950 Hampshire-) is an English musician.

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Philip Fowke

Philip Fowke (June 28, 1950-) also known as Fowke, Philip is an English , .

His most well known albums: Other Love Songs.

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Bias Boshell

Bias Boshell (July 20, 1950 Wye, Kent-) also known as Boshell, Bias is an English , .

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Eddie Clarke

Eddie Clarke (October 5, 1950 Twickenham-) also known as "Fast" Eddie Clarke, Clarke, Eddie or Edward Allan Clarke is an English musician and guitarist.

His albums include It Ain't Over 'Till It's Over. Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Speed metal and Hard rock.

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Paul Burgess

Paul Burgess (September 28, 1950 Manchester-) also known as Burgess, Paul is an English drummer.

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Peter Wood

Peter Wood (April 9, 1950 England-March 1, 1993 New York) was an English session musician.

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Bonaventura Bottone

Bonaventura Bottone (September 19, 1950 London-) is an English , .

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Bob Carlton

Bob Carlton (June 23, 1950 Coventry-) also known as Carlton, Bob is an English writer and theatre director.

His discography includes: Return to the Forbidden Planet.

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Chris Bradford

Chris Bradford (May 4, 1950 Liverpool-) a.k.a. Christopher Michael Bradford is an English songwriter and musician.

Genres he performed include Hard rock and Folk rock.

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Keith Hale

Keith Hale (November 6, 1950 Yorkshire-) is an English songwriter, record producer and musician.

Genres he performed include Rock music, Pop music and Jazz.

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