Here are 46 famous musicians from England were born in 1952:
Douglas Adams (March 11, 1952 Cambridge-May 11, 2001 Santa Barbara) also known as Douglas Noel Adams, Douglas N. Adams, DNA, David Agnew, Douglas or Douglas Addams was an English writer, novelist, author, screenwriter, humorist and playwright. He had one child, Polly Jane Rocket Adams.
His most well known albums: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: The Complete Radio Series.
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Howard Devoto (March 15, 1952 Scunthorpe-) otherwise known as Devoto, Howard, Howard Trafford, Howard Trotter or Howard Andrew Trafford is an English singer, songwriter, actor and bandleader.
His albums: Jerky Versions of the Dream, Rainy Season and Cold Imagination. His related genres: Electronic music, New Wave, Punk rock, Synthpop and Post-punk.
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Jack Wild (September 30, 1952 Royton-March 1, 2006 Tebworth) was an English singer and actor.
His albums include Everything's Coming Up Roses.
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David Knopfler (December 27, 1952 Glasgow-) a.k.a. Knopfler, David is an English musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, record producer, songwriter and author.
His albums: Ship of Dreams, Lifelines, Lips Against the Steel, Small Mercies, The Giver, Wishbones, Behind the Lines, Songs for the Siren, Release and Cut the Wire. Genres he performed: Jazz and Rock music.
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David A. Stewart (September 9, 1952 Sunderland-) also known as David Allan Stewart, Manu Guiot, Eurythmics, Dave Stewart or David Allan "Dave" Stewart is an English singer, musician, record producer, film score composer, songwriter, film producer, screenwriter, film director and actor. He has four children, Kaya Stewart, Indya Stewart, Django Stewart and Sam Stewart.
His albums: Greetings From the Gutter, Happy to Be Here, Cookie's Fortune, Heart of Stone, Lily Was Here, Lily Was Here, SlyFi, Secret, Ghost The Musical and Jute City. Genres he performed include Folk music, Pop rock, Synthpop and New Wave.
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Andy Ward (September 28, 1952 Epsom-) a.k.a. Ward, Andy is an English drummer.
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Angela Cartwright (September 9, 1952 Altrincham-) also known as Angela Margaret Cartwright is an English actor, photographer and child actor. Her children are called Jesse Gullion and Rebecca Gullion.
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Nina Carter (October 4, 1952 Solihull-) a.k.a. Penny Mallett is an English singer, model, nude glamour model and actor. She has two children, Jemma Wakeman and Oscar Wakeman.
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Dave Gregory (September 21, 1952 Swindon-) a.k.a. Gregory, Dave is an English guitarist.
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Peter Perrett (April 8, 1952 Camberwell-) also known as Perrett, Peter is an English singer.
Genres: New Wave, Punk rock and Alternative rock.
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Gary Holton (September 22, 1952 East End of London-October 25, 1985 Wembley) also known as Garry Frederick Holton was an English singer, singer-songwriter, actor and musician. He had one child, Red Holton.
His albums: Sing It to Me and Ruby, The Very Best of Gary Holton and Casino Steel. Genres he performed: Heavy metal, Glam rock, Folk rock and Hard rock.
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Simon Bainbridge (August 30, 1952 London-) is an English , .
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John Perry (June 4, 1952 Bristol-) is an English writer.
Genres related to him: Post-punk, New Wave and Rock music.
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Jean-Jacques Burnel (February 21, 1952 Notting Hill-) a.k.a. Burnel, Jean-Jacques, JJ, JJ Burnel, J.J. Burnell, Burnell, J.J., The Stranglers, Jean Jacques Burnel or Jean-Jacques "JJ" Burnel is an English singer, bassist, composer, musician, songwriter and record producer.
His albums: Un Jour Parfait, Euroman Cometh, Freddie Laker (Concorde & Eurobus), Fire & Water (Écoutez vos murs) and Rain & Dole & Tea. Genres: New Wave, Punk rock, Rock music, Folk music and Post-punk.
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Graham Oliver (July 6, 1952 Mexborough-) is an English musician and songwriter.
His related genres: Heavy metal, Hard rock and New Wave of British Heavy Metal.
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John Waite (July 4, 1952 Lancaster-) also known as John Weight, John Wait, Waite, John or John Charles Waite is an English singer, singer-songwriter and musician.
His albums include The Hard Way, Essential John Waite - 1976-1986, Essential... 1976-1986, Figure in a Landscape, Ignition, Rover's Return, When You Were Mine, Downtown: Journey of a Heart, No Brakes and Mask of Smiles. Genres he performed: Pop music, Rock music, Hard rock, Pop rock and Power pop.
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John Otway (October 2, 1952 Aylesbury-) also known as Otway, John is an English singer.
His most important albums: Gleatest Hits, Under the Covers and Over the Top, Bunsen Burner, Cor Baby, That's Really Me!, Greatest Hits, Premature Adulation, The Otway Sings Jones EP, The Set Remains the Same, The Mad, The Bad & The Dangerous and All Balls & No Willy / Where Did I Go Right?. His related genres: Rock music, Pop music and Punk rock.
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Maxine Nightingale (November 2, 1952 Wembley-) also known as Maxine Nightngale, Maxine Nightengale or Nightingale, Maxine is an English singer.
Related albums: Right Back Where We Started From, Night Life and Lead Me On. Genres she performed include Rhythm and blues, Soul music and Disco.
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Chaz Jankel (April 16, 1952 Stanmore-) a.k.a. Chas Jankel or Jankel, Chaz is an English songwriter, keyboard player, singer, musician and composer.
His albums include Looking at You, Questionnaire, Get Myself Together, You're My Occupation, Chazablanca, Chas Jankel and Desperately Seeking Susan / Making Mr. Right. Genres: Pop music, Rock music, Jazz and Post-disco.
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Jerry Shirley (February 4, 1952 Waltham Cross-) also known as Shirley, Jerry is an English drummer.
Genres: Hard rock and Rock music.
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Dewey Bunnell (January 19, 1952 Borough of Harrogate-) otherwise known as Bunnell, Dewey or Lee Dewey Bunnell is an English songwriter and singer.
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Peter McCormick (June 27, 1952 Middlesbrough-) is an English lawyer.
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Nicko McBrain (June 5, 1952 London Borough of Hackney-) also known as McBrain, Nicko, Michael Henry "Nicko" McBrain or Michael Henry McBrain is an English drummer and musician. His children are Justin McBrain and Nicolas McBrain.
His albums: Rhythm of the Beast. Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Hard rock, Blues rock and Progressive rock.
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Adèle Anderson (June 14, 1952 England-) is an English actor and singer.
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Graham Maby (September 1, 1952 Gosport-) is an English bassist, record producer, actor and proofreader. He has three children, Christopher Maby, Claire Maby and Pierce Maby.
Genres he performed include Power pop, Pop music, Punk rock, New Wave and Folk music.
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Dennis Stratton (October 9, 1952 Canning Town-) a.k.a. Stratton, Dennis or Den is an English musician, songwriter and guitarist.
His discography includes: As Hard as Iron, Made in Iron, The Original Iron Men and The Original Iron Men 2. Genres: New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Rock music, Heavy metal, Hard rock and Progressive rock.
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Dave Willetts (June 24, 1952 Birmingham-) otherwise known as Willetts, Dave or Dave Willets is an English singer and actor.
Discography: Jesus Christ Superstar - Songs from....
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Alan Clark (March 5, 1952 Great Lumley-) also known as Dire Straits is an English musician, keyboard player, actor and voice actor.
His related genres: Folk rock, Rock and roll and Blues rock.
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Laurie Wisefield (August 27, 1952 East London-) is an English musician and singer-songwriter.
Genres he performed: Rock music, Art rock, Progressive rock and Hard rock.
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Phil Shoenfelt (December 18, 1952 Bradford-) a.k.a. Phil Shöenfelt is an English musician.
His albums: Backwoods Crucifixion and Golden Vanity. Genres related to him: Indie rock, Gothic rock and Post-punk.
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Paddy Bush (December 9, 1952 Kent-) is an English , .
Genres he performed include Experimental rock, Progressive rock, Art rock, Alternative rock and Baroque pop.
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Fuzz (February 9, 1952 Battersea-) is an English singer and actor.
His related genres: New-age music, Jazz, Rock music and Pop music.
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Mark Fry (November 4, 1952 England-) a.k.a. Fry, Mark or Mark Fry / The A. Lords is an English musician. His child is called Sophia Isabella Fry.
His albums: Dreaming With Alice, I Lived in Trees and South Wind, Clear Sky.
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Andy Parker (March 21, 1952 Cheshunt-) also known as Andrew Maynard Parker or U.F.O. is an English musician, songwriter and drummer. He has one child, Lindsay Parker.
His related genres: Rock music, Hard rock, Heavy metal and Glam metal.
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Geoff Downes (August 25, 1952 Stockport-) also known as Geoffrey Downes or Downes, Geoff is an English songwriter, musician, composer, keyboard player, keytarist and record producer. He has two children, Christina Downes and Alexandra Downes.
His albums: Vox Humana, The World Service, The Work Tapes, Icon 3, The Light Program, Shadows and Reflections, Icon II: Rubicon, Wetton/Downes, Icon / Heat of the Moment - 05 and Icon Live – Never in a Million Years. His related genres: Progressive rock, Rock music, Electronica, Electronic dance music, New Wave, Hard rock, Pop rock, Synthpop and Space rock.
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Dave Bronze (April 2, 1952 Billericay-) also known as David Eric Bronze is an English guitarist.
Genres: Rock music.
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Tim Blake (February 6, 1952 London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham-) a.k.a. High T. Moonweed or Timothy Blake is an English keyboard player, composer, singer, synthesist, musician, film score composer and actor.
His albums: The Tide of the Century, Blake's New Jerusalem, Crystal Machine, Caldea Music 2 and Magick. Genres related to him: Progressive rock, Psychedelic rock and Electronic music.
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Tony Bowers (October 31, 1952 England-) a.k.a. Bowers, Tony is an English , .
Genres: New Wave, Punk rock, Post-punk and Alternative rock.
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Steve Dawson (February 24, 1952 Sheffield-) is an English musician and songwriter.
Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Hard rock, New Wave of British Heavy Metal, Rhythm and blues, Rock and roll and Blues rock.
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John Sinclair (April 12, 1952 Wembley-) also known as John Sinclair - Edition 2000 or Sinclair, John is an English keyboard player.
His related genres: Rock music, Pop music, Hard rock, Heavy metal and Progressive rock.
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Steve Swindells (November 21, 1952 Ipswich-) is an English musician, writer, journalist, record producer, photographer, singer-songwriter and keyboard player.
His discography includes: Messages and Fresh Blood. Genres related to him: Rock music, Psychedelic rock, Hard rock and Space rock.
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Pete Farndon (June 12, 1952 Hereford-April 14, 1983) was an English musician and bassist.
Genres he performed include Rock music.
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Mel Wesson (February 12, 1952 London-) otherwise known as Wesson, Mel is an English composer.
Genres: Video game music and Film score.
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Dillie Keane (May 23, 1952 Portsmouth-) a.k.a. Louise M. Keane is an English actor, singer and comedian.
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Kathryn Evans (March 6, 1952 London-) is an English actor and singer.
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Laurence Juber (November 12, 1952 Stepney-) also known as Juber, Laurence or Lawrence Juber is an English guitarist, film score composer, music arranger, composer and session musician. His children are Ilsey Juber and Nico Juber.
Related albums: Altered reality, LJ, Mosaic, The Collection, Solo Flight, Standard Time, PCH, Groovemasters, Volume 1, Diablo III Overture and I've Got the World on Six Strings. Genres he performed: Pop music, Rock music, Jazz, Folk music, Country and Blues.
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