English musicians born in 1962

Here are 50 famous musicians from England were born in 1962:

Dave Gahan

Dave Gahan (May 9, 1962 North Weald-) also known as David Gahan, david_gahan or Gahan, Dave is an English singer, musician and singer-songwriter. He has three children, Jack Gahan, Stella Gahan and James Nicholas Rogers-Gahan.

His most recognized albums: Paper Monsters, Bottle Living/Hold On, Dirty Sticky Floors, I Need You, Kingdom, Hourglass, Hourglass Remixes, Saw Something / Deeper + Deeper, iTunes Live from SoHo and Live Monsters. Genres he performed: Synthpop, New Wave, Rock music, Alternative rock, Electronic rock, Alternative dance and Industrial rock.

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Kate Robbins

Kate Robbins (August 21, 1962 Margate-) also known as Prima Donna, Katherine Robbins or Kate Robbins & Beyond is an English musician, comedian, actor and singer. She has one child, Emily Atack.

Genres she performed include Pop rock and Pop music.

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Tracey Thorn

Tracey Thorn (September 26, 1962 Brookmans Park-) also known as Tracy Thorn, Thorn, Tracey, Tracey Ann Thorn or Tracey Anne Thorn is an English singer, singer-songwriter and guitarist.

Related albums: A Distant Shore, King's Cross (Hot Chip remix), Raise the Roof, Out of the Woods, Plain Sailing, Love and Its Opposite, It's All True, Grand Canyon, Oh, The Divorces! and Why Does the Wind?. Genres she performed: Folk music, House music, Pop music, Electronica and Alternative rock.

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Shaun Ryder

Shaun Ryder (August 23, 1962 Little Hulton-) a.k.a. Ryder, Shaun is an English singer, mail carrier, musician, actor, author, singer-songwriter, tv personality and journalist. His child is called Coco Sian Ryder.

His albums: Amateur Night in the Big Top and Barcelona (Friends Until the End). His related genres: Alternative dance, Madchester, Alternative rock, Electronica, Baggy and Britpop.

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John Squire

John Squire (November 24, 1962 Broadheath, Greater Manchester-) a.k.a. Squire, John or John Thomas Squire is an English singer, guitarist, artist, musician, songwriter, film score composer, music artist and visual artist.

His albums: Time Changes Everything and Marshall's House. Genres he performed: Alternative rock, Madchester, Psychedelic rock and Blues rock.

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John Balance

John Balance (February 16, 1962 Mansfield-November 13, 2004) a.k.a. Jhonn Balance, Jhon Balance or Balance, John was an English singer.

Genres he performed include Industrial music, Acid house, Ambient music, Electronic music, Noise music and Drone music.

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Boothby Graffoe

Boothby Graffoe (October 20, 1962 United Kingdom-) is an English comedian and playwright.

His albums: Wot Italian?.

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Michelle Collins

Michelle Collins (May 28, 1962 London Borough of Hackney-) a.k.a. Collins, Michelle, Michelle A. Collins or Michelle Danielle Collins is an English actor and television presenter. Her child is Maia-Rose Collins.

Her albums include Sunburn.

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Lee Mavers

Lee Mavers (August 2, 1962 Liverpool-) otherwise known as Mavers, Lee or Lee Anthony Mavers is an English singer, guitarist, singer-songwriter, musician and bassist.

Genres related to him: Alternative rock, Rock music and Rock and roll.

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Peter Hooton

Peter Hooton (September 28, 1962-) is an English singer.

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Julia Fordham

Julia Fordham (August 10, 1962 Portsmouth-) a.k.a. Jules Fordham or Fordham, Julia is an English singer.

Her discography includes: Julia Fordham, Porcelain, That's Life, Concrete Love, East West, Falling Forward, Swept, The Julia Fordham Collection, (Love Moves in) Mysterious Ways and Different Time, Different Place (disc 2). Genres she performed: Pop music and Jazz.

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Miriam Stockley

Miriam Stockley (April 15, 1962 Johannesburg-) a.k.a. Marian Stockley, Mirian Stockley, Stockley, Miriam or Chimira is an English singer and composer.

Her discography includes: Miriam, Second Nature, Eternal and Show Me Heaven. Genres she performed include World music, Pop music, Classical music and New-age music.

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Joanne Catherall

Joanne Catherall (September 18, 1962 Sheffield-) is an English singer.

Her related genres: Synthpop.

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David Briggs

David Briggs (November 1, 1962-) also known as Briggs, David is an English organist.

Discography: BBC Music, Volume 16, Number 8: Vierne: Symphony no. 3 / Widor: Symphony no. 5 and Symphony No. 5 in C-sharp minor.

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Ted Chippington

Ted Chippington (February 1, 1962 Stoke-on-Trent-) is an English comedian.

Related albums: Man in a Suitcase, The Wanderer and Rockin' With Rita (Head to Toe).

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Jonathan Nott

Jonathan Nott (December 25, 1962 Solihull-) a.k.a. Nott, Jonathan is an English conductor.

Related albums: Symphonie No. 2 (Bamberger Symphoniker feat. conductor: Jonathan Nott), Bach: Violin Concertos / Gubaidulina: In tempus praesens, The Lost Art of Letter Writing, Symphonien Nos. 1, 3, 7 (Bamberger Symphoniker feat. conductor: Jonathan Nott ) and Accentus - Ensemble Intercontemporain - Laurence Equilbey - Jonathan Nott.

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Ian Astbury

Ian Astbury (May 14, 1962 Heswall-) also known as ian_astbury, Ian Robert Astbury or Astbury, Ian is an English singer and songwriter.

Discography: High Time Amplifier, Spirit\Light\Speed and BXI. Genres he performed include Hard rock, Gothic rock, Rock music, Post-punk and Heavy metal.

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Francis Dunnery

Francis Dunnery (December 25, 1962 Egremont-) also known as Dunnery, Francis is an English singer, musician and record producer.

Discography: Man, Fearless, Let's Go Do What Happens, One Night in Sauchiehall Street, Tall Blonde Helicopter, The Gulley Flats Boys, Welcome to the Wild Country, There's a Whole New World Out There, Release the Rats!! and Frankenstein Monster. Genres related to him: Progressive rock, Rock music, Acoustic music and Soft rock.

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Julianne Regan

Julianne Regan (June 30, 1962 Coventry-) also known as Regan, Julianne is an English singer.

Discography: Curios and ...Because I Can. Genres: Gothic rock.

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Darren Brown

Darren Brown (January 18, 1962 London-December 6, 2006 Tooting) also known as Wiz or Darren Mark Brown was an English singer and musician.

Genres he performed: Alternative rock and Punk rock.

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Bridget Wishart

Bridget Wishart (February 25, 1962 Plymouth-) also known as Wishart, Bridget is an English singer.

Genres she performed: Psychedelic rock, Rock music, Space rock and Protopunk.

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Ari Up

Ari Up (January 17, 1962 Munich-October 20, 2010 Los Angeles) also known as Ari Upp, Ari-Up, Arri Up, Arianna Forster, Up, Ari or Ariane Daniele Forster was an English singer and musician.

Her albums: Dread More Dan Dead. Genres: Dancehall, Punk rock, Reggae, Techno and Dub.

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Lee Harris

Lee Harris (July 20, 1962-) otherwise known as Harris, Lee or Lee David Harris is an English drummer and musician.

Genres: Art rock, Post-rock and Synthpop.

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Chris Bostock

Chris Bostock (November 23, 1962 Bristol-) is an English , .

Genres he performed include Funk, Swing music and New Wave.

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Paul Clark

Paul Clark (June 12, 1962 Leeds-) also known as Clark, Paul is an English , .

Genres: Electronic music and Post-punk.

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Gary Judd

Gary Judd (March 6, 1962 London-) also known as Garry Judd is an English composer and film score composer.

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Noko

Noko (February 1, 1962 Bootle-) otherwise known as Noko 440, Noko or Norman Fisher-Jones is an English musician, composer, film score composer and film producer.

His albums include . Genres: New Wave, Gothic rock, Post-punk, Indie rock, Dubstep, Soundtrack, Electronica and Drum and bass.

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Shirley Holliman

Shirley Holliman (April 18, 1962 Bushey-) also known as Shirlie, Shirlie Kemp or Holliman, Shirlie is an English singer. She has two children, Roman Kemp and Harley Moon Kemp.

Genres she performed include Pop music.

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Najma Akhtar

Najma Akhtar (September 18, 1962 Chelmsford-) also known as Najma is an English singer.

Her discography includes: Pukar (Calling You), Qareeb, Atish and Rishte.

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Michael Ball

Michael Ball (June 27, 1962 Bromsgrove-) otherwise known as Michael Ashley Ball is an English singer, actor and television presenter.

Discography: Seasons of Love, Always, Centre Stage, Love Changes Everything, Music, Stage and Screen, The Best of Michael Ball, The Musicals, This Time ... It's Personal and A Song for You. Genres he performed: Musical theatre, Pop music, Rock music and Comedy.

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Boz Boorer

Boz Boorer (May 19, 1962 Edgware-) a.k.a. Boorer, Boz, Martin Boorer, Martin James Boorer or Martin 'Boz' Boorer is an English guitarist, singer-songwriter, composer and musician.

His albums include Miss Pearl. Genres he performed: Rockabilly, Pop music, Rock music and Rock and roll.

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Dave Kilminster

Dave Kilminster (January 25, 1962 England-) a.k.a. Kilminster, Dave is an English singer, musician, record producer and guitarist.

His albums include Scarlet. Genres: Progressive rock.

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Jeremy Healy

Jeremy Healy (January 18, 1962 Woolwich-) a.k.a. Jeremiah Healy is an English disc jockey, keyboard player, songwriter, record producer and film score composer.

His most recognized albums: Bleachin' - Players, Fantazia: British Anthems, Fantazia: British Anthems 2000, Fantazia British Anthems… Summertime and Fantazia: The House Collection, Volume 4. Genres: Electronic music, New Wave and Pop music.

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Richard Durrant

Richard Durrant (November 2, 1962 Hollingbury-) also known as Durrant, Richard is an English guitarist and multi-instrumentalist.

His albums: Pandora and Oliver Unleashed on British Isles. Genres he performed include Classical music, Folk music, Progressive rock, Pop music and Jazz.

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Doug Boyle

Doug Boyle (September 6, 1962-) also known as Boyle, Doug is an English , .

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Stewart Home

Stewart Home (March 24, 1962 London-) also known as Kevin Llewellyn Callan is an English filmmaker, writer, pamphleteer, art historian and activist.

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Simon Raymonde

Simon Raymonde (April 3, 1962 Tottenham-) a.k.a. Raymonde, Simon is an English bassist, musician and record producer.

Discography: Blame Someone Else and The Moon and the Melodies. Genres he performed include Alternative rock, Dream pop and Ambient music.

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Tony Mills

Tony Mills (July 7, 1962 Solihull-) is an English singer.

Genres he performed include Hard rock, Heavy metal, Glam rock, Pop rock and Progressive metal.

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Tony Beet

Tony Beet (November 24, 1962-) is an English , .

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Mike Badger

Mike Badger (March 18, 1962 Liverpool-) is an English , .

His albums include The Onset, Lo Fi Electric Excursions by Mike Badger & Friends, Lo Fi Acoustic Excursions by Mike Badger & Friends, The Pool of Life, Mike Badger's Country Side and Volume. Genres: Alternative rock, Indie rock and Country.

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Warren Bennett

Warren Bennett (July 4, 1962 Hertfordshire-) otherwise known as Bennett, Warren is an English film score composer and musician.

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Mani

Mani (November 16, 1962 Crumpsall-) a.k.a. Mani, Gary Manny Mounfield, Gary Manny "Mani" Mounfield or Gary Mounfield is an English musician, bassist and actor. His child is Joseph Mounfield.

Genres he performed: Indie rock, Alternative rock and Madchester.

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Danbert Nobacon

Danbert Nobacon (January 16, 1962 Burnley-) also known as Nigel Hunter or Nobacon, Danbert is an English musician.

His albums: The Library Book of the World, The Unfairy Tale and Woebegone.

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Kevin Mooney

Kevin Mooney (May 5, 1962 Greenwich-) a.k.a. Mooney, Kevin or Kevin Paul Mooney is an English bassist and guitarist.

Genres he performed include New Wave, Punk rock, Pop music, Electronica and Electronic music.

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Deborah Bonham

Deborah Bonham (February 7, 1962 Redditch-) a.k.a. Bonham, Deborah is an English musician, songwriter and singer.

Her albums: The Old Hyde. Genres she performed include Blues rock, Rock music and Blues.

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Paul Reynolds

Paul Reynolds (August 4, 1962 Liverpool-) also known as Reynolds, Paul is an English guitarist, musician and songwriter.

His related genres: New Romanticism, Synthpop, Rock music and New Wave.

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Jon Cleary

Jon Cleary (August 11, 1962 Cranbrook-) otherwise known as Cleary, Jon is an English songwriter and pianist.

Discography: Moonburn, Jon Cleary and the absolute monster gentlemen, Pin Your Spin, Alligator Lips & Dirty Rice, Down on the Bayou II: Live Jam from New Orleans and . Genres he performed: Funk, Rhythm and blues and Soul music.

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Bob Kraushaar

Bob Kraushaar (February 1, 1962 Ilford-) also known as Robert Kraushaar, Bob Kraushar, Bobby Kraushaar, Bob Krausmaar or Bob Krausshar is an English , .

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Steve "Big Man" Clayton

Steve "Big Man" Clayton (September 1, 1962 Birmingham-) is an English , .

Genres: Boogie-woogie, Blues, Piano and Rock and roll.

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Peter Bruntnell

Peter Bruntnell (January 26, 1962 Auckland-) otherwise known as Bruntnell, Peter is an English singer-songwriter.

His albums: Ends of the Earth, Played Out, Normal for Bridgwater, Peter and the Murder of Crows and Have You Seen That Girl Again. His related genres: Country rock and Alternative country.

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