Here are 50 famous musicians from the world were born in 1951:
Jonathan Richman (May 16, 1951 Natick-) also known as Jonathon Richman, Richman, Jonathan, Jonathan Michael Richman or Jonathan Richman – Dupap is an American singer, guitarist, songwriter and musician. He has one child, Jenny Rae Richman.
His albums include Jonathan Goes Country, Having a Party With Jonathan Richman, ¡Jonathan, te vas a emocionar!, You Must Ask the Heart, Surrender to Jonathan!, Radio On! Stop and Shop With The Modern Lovers, I Must Be King, I'm So Confused, Egyptian Reggae and Her Mystery Not of High Heels and Eye Shadow. His related genres: Rock music, Protopunk, New Wave and Folk music.
Read more about Jonathan Richman on Wikipedia »
John Deacon (August 19, 1951 Oadby-) also known as John Decon, Jon Decon, ジョン執筆, John Richard Deacon, Deacon John, Deaks or Deaky is a British musician, singer-songwriter, bassist and electronics engineer. His children are Michael Deacon, Robert Deacon, Laura Deacon, Joshua Deacon, Luke Deacon and Cameron Deacon.
Genres he performed include Hard rock, Heavy metal, Pop rock, Glam rock, Progressive rock, Funk, Rock music, Jazz, Pop music and Funk rock.
Read more about John Deacon on Wikipedia »
Richard Lloyd (October 25, 1951 Pittsburgh-) a.k.a. Lloyd, Richard is an American singer, songwriter, musician and guitarist.
His most important albums: Real Time, The Cover Doesn't Matter, Alchemy, Field of Fire, The Jamie Neverts Story and The Radiant Monkey. Genres related to him: Rock music.
Read more about Richard Lloyd on Wikipedia »
Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 Chicago-August 11, 2014 Paradise Cay) otherwise known as Robin McLaurin Williams, Marty Fromage, Sudy Nim, Ray D. Tutto, Robin McLaurim Williams or Robin Willaims was an American actor, screenwriter, voice actor, stand-up comedian, comedian and film producer. He had four children, Zachary Pym Williams, Zelda Rae Williams, Cody Alan Williams and Zak Williams.
Discography: Reality… What a Concept, Throbbing Python of Love, A Night at the Met, Live 2002, Weapons of Self Destuction, Weapons of Self Destruction and Pecos Bill.
Read more about Robin Williams on Wikipedia »
Sting (October 2, 1951 Wallsend-) a.k.a. Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner, Gordon Sumner, Gordon Matthew Sumner, Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner CBE or The Police is a British musician, record producer, singer-songwriter, actor, teacher, composer, multi-instrumentalist and film score composer. His children are called Joe Sumner, Eliot Paulina Sumner, Jake Sumner, Fuchsia Sumner, Mickey Sumner and Giacomo Sumner.
Discography: The Dream of the Blue Turtles, Bring On the Night, ...Nothing Like the Sun, ...Nada Como el Sol, The Soul Cages, Acoustic Live in Newcastle, All This Time, Mad About You, Ten Summoner's Tales and Fields of Gold: The Best of Sting 1984–1994. Genres he performed include Pop music, Jazz, New Wave, Rock music, Reggae, Post-punk, Classic rock, Medieval music, Adult contemporary music, Punk rock, New-age music, Pop rock and Blue-eyed soul.
Read more about Sting on Wikipedia »
Janis Ian (April 7, 1951 Bronx-) also known as Ian, Janis, Janis Eddy Fink or janis_ian is an American writer, singer, author, singer-songwriter, guitarist, songwriter and musician.
Her albums include Between the Lines, Unreleased 3: Society's Child, Souvenirs: The Best of Janis Ian 1972-1981, Billie's Bones, Folk Is the New Black, Breaking Silence, God & The FBI, Janis Ian, Lost Cuts 1 and Miracle Row. Genres she performed include Folk music and Adult contemporary music.
Read more about Janis Ian on Wikipedia »
Mark Heard (December 16, 1951 Macon-August 16, 1992 Chicago) also known as Ideola, John Mark Heard, Giovanni Audiori, Leroy Cahuenga or Billy B. & The Beez Nees was an American record producer, singer, singer-songwriter and songwriter.
His discography includes: Appalachian Melody, Fingerprint, Stop the Dominoes, Victims of the Age, Eye of the Storm, Ashes and Light, Mosaics, Dry Bones Dance, Second Hand and Satellite Sky. Genres he performed: Christian music and Folk rock.
Read more about Mark Heard on Wikipedia »
Phil Keaggy (March 23, 1951 Youngstown-) a.k.a. Phill Keaggy, Keaggy, Phil, Phil Keaggy & Friends or Keaggy, Phil & Friends is an American singer, guitarist and musician. His children are Ian Keaggy, Olivia Keaggy and Alicia Keaggy.
His albums include Courts of the King, Ph'lip Side, Town to Town, Play Thru Me, Underground, Getting Closer, The Wind and the Wheat, Sunday's Child, The Master & the Musician and Find Me in These Fields. Genres: Contemporary Christian music, Progressive rock, Christian music, Pop music, New-age music, Acoustic music, Christian rock, Folk music, Jazz-funk and Jesus music.
Read more about Phil Keaggy on Wikipedia »
Max Weinberg (April 13, 1951 Newark-) otherwise known as Maxwell Weinberg, Weinberg, Max or Mighty Max is an American drummer, bandleader, author, musician and tv personality. He has two children, Ali Weinberg and Jay Weinberg.
Genres he performed include Rock music, Popular music, Jazz, Big Band and Jump blues.
Read more about Max Weinberg on Wikipedia »
Billy Bass Nelson (January 28, 1951 Plainfield-) also known as Billy Nelson, William "Billy Bass" Nelson, William Nelson or Billy Bass is an American musician.
His albums: Out of the Dark. Genres he performed: Funk, Psychedelic rock, Psychedelic soul and Soul music.
Read more about Billy Bass Nelson on Wikipedia »
Ed McTaggart (July 10, 1951 United States of America-) is an American photographer, drummer, artist and visual artist.
Read more about Ed McTaggart on Wikipedia »
Bootsy Collins (October 26, 1951 Cincinnati-) also known as William Collins, William "Bootsy" Collins, Bootsy Coolins, Zillatron, William Bootsy Collins, Bootsy Collins & The Rubber Band, William Earl Collins, Boosty Collins or William Earl "Bootsy" Collins is an American musician, record producer, actor, composer, songwriter, bassist, film score composer and singer.
His albums: Back in the Day: The Best of Bootsy, Glory B Da' Funk's on Me!: The Bootsy Collins Anthology, Party Lick-A-Ble's, Play With Bootsy (feat. Kelli Ali), Christmas Is 4 Ever, Do The Freak, Lord of the Harvest, Stretchin' Out in Bootsy's Rubber Band, Ultra Wave and The One Giveth, The Count Taketh Away. Genres: Funk, Funk rock, Deep funk, Soul music, Rhythm and blues, Funk metal and Psychedelic soul.
Read more about Bootsy Collins on Wikipedia »
Ace Frehley (April 27, 1951 The Bronx-) also known as Paul Daniel Frehley or Frehley, Ace is an American songwriter, musician and guitarist.
Discography: Ace Frehley, 12 Picks, Loaded Deck, Trouble Walkin', Live+1, Frehley's Comet, Greatest Hits Live, Anomaly, Second Sighting and Take Me to the City / Dementikon keppihumppa. Genres he performed: Hard rock, Heavy metal, Glam metal and Glam rock.
Read more about Ace Frehley on Wikipedia »
Jaco Pastorius (December 1, 1951 Norristown-September 21, 1987 Fort Lauderdale) also known as Jaco Pastorious, Pastorius, Jaco, John Francis Pastorius III or John Francis Anthony Pastorius III was an American musician, songwriter, record producer, professor, teacher, bassist and composer.
His albums include Jaco Pastorius, The Birthday Concert, Invitation, Broadway Blues, Curtain Call, Golden Roads, Heavy'n Jazz, Holiday for Pans, Honestly Live - Solo and Jaco Pastorius. Genres: Jazz, Kozmigroov, Funk, Jazz fusion, Jazz-funk, Big Band and Folk jazz.
Read more about Jaco Pastorius on Wikipedia »
Phil Collins (January 30, 1951 Hounslow-) a.k.a. Philip David Charles Collins, Phillip Collins, P. Collins, Philip Collins, Little Elvis, Philip David Charles "Phil" Collins or Genesis is a British musician, singer-songwriter, actor, record producer, multi-instrumentalist, author, drummer, photographer and audio engineer. He has five children, Lily Collins, Matthew Collins, Simon Collins, Nicholas Collins and Joely Collins.
His most important albums: Face Value, Hello, I Must Be Going!, No Jacket Required, 12"ers, ...But Seriously, Serious Hits... Live, Both Sides, Dance Into the Light, It's in Your Eyes and …Hits. Genres: Rock music, Progressive rock, Pop music, Pop rock, Soft rock, Jazz, Big Band, Jazz fusion, Blue-eyed soul, Rock and roll, Rhythm and blues, Contemporary R&B, Art rock and Adult contemporary music.
Read more about Phil Collins on Wikipedia »
John Mellencamp (October 7, 1951 Seymour-) otherwise known as John Cougar Mellencamp, John Cougar, Johnny Cougar, John Couger or John J Mellencamp is an American musician, singer-songwriter, actor and painter. His children are called Hud Mellencamp, Speck Mellencamp, Michelle Mellencamp, Justice Mellencamp and Teddi Jo Mellencamp.
His most well known albums: Freedom's Road, Our Country / Jack & Diane / My Aeroplane, Skin It Back, The Kid Inside, Nothin' Matters and What If It Did, A Biography, Whenever We Wanted, John Mellencamp, Trouble No More and Love and Happiness. His related genres: Hard rock, Roots rock, Folk music, Rock music, Heartland rock, Americana and Folk rock.
Read more about John Mellencamp on Wikipedia »
Lance Loud (June 26, 1951 La Jolla-December 22, 2001 Los Angeles) also known as Alanson Russell Loud or Alanson Russell 'Lance' Loud was an American writer and musician.
Genres: New Wave.
Read more about Lance Loud on Wikipedia »
Dana Rosemary Scallon (August 30, 1951 Islington-) otherwise known as Rosemary Brown, Dana Scallon or Dana is an Irish politician, singer and actor. She has four children, Grace Scallon, Susanna Ruth Scallon, John-James Scallon and Robert Scallon.
Related albums: Humble Myself. Genres related to her: Folk music, Pop music, Celtic music and Christian music.
Read more about Dana Rosemary Scallon on Wikipedia »
Stanley Clarke (June 30, 1951 Philadelphia-) also known as Stanley Clark, Clarke, Stanley or Stanley Marvin Clarke is an American musician, songwriter, composer, bassist and film score composer.
Discography: Live at the Greek, At the Movies, Children of Forever, East River Drive, Hideaway, If This Bass Could Only Talk, Let Me Know You, Passenger 57, School Days and Stanley Clarke Live 1976-1977. Genres: Jazz, Jazz fusion, Funk, Rock music, Rhythm and blues and Pop music.
Read more about Stanley Clarke on Wikipedia »
Julian Lloyd Webber (April 14, 1951 London-) also known as Webber, Julian Lloyd or Julian Lloyd-Webber is a British musician and cellist. He has two children, David Lloyd Webber and Jasmine Orienta Lloyd Webber.
His albums include Pieces, Britten: Cello Symphony / Walton: Cello Concerto, Lloyd Webber Plays Lloyd Webber, Celebration, Lloyd Webber Plays Lloyd Webber, Unexpected Songs, Cradle Song, Cello Song, Phantasia and Elegy. Genres: Classical music.
Read more about Julian Lloyd Webber on Wikipedia »
Bun E. Carlos (June 12, 1951 Rockford-) also known as Carlos, Bun E., Brad M. Carlson or Brad Carlson is an American drummer.
Genres: Rock music.
Read more about Bun E. Carlos on Wikipedia »
Tommy Bolin (August 1, 1951 Sioux City-December 4, 1976 Miami) also known as Bolin, Tommy or Thomas Richard Bolin was an American guitarist, songwriter and musician.
His albums include Teaser, Private Eyes, The Ultimate: The Best of Tommy Bolin, The Bottom Shelf, Snapshot, Energy, Whips and Roses, Live At Ebbets 1976, Live at Northern Lights and Shake the Devil. Genres he performed include Hard rock, Jazz fusion, Rock music, Blues rock, Funk rock and Heavy metal.
Read more about Tommy Bolin on Wikipedia »
Daniel Lanois (September 19, 1951 Hull-) also known as Lanois, Daniel or Dan Lanois is a Canadian record producer, musician, songwriter, guitarist, audio engineer, singer and film score composer.
His albums include Acadie, For the Beauty of Wynona, Shine, Cool Water, Here Is What Is, Steel, Purple Vista, Santiago, The Maker and Belladonna. Genres he performed: Folk music, New Wave, Art rock, Ambient music, Alternative rock, Folk rock, Pop rock, Experimental rock, Acoustic music, Rock music, Blues and Blues rock.
Read more about Daniel Lanois on Wikipedia »
Luther Vandross (April 20, 1951 New York City-July 1, 2005 Edison) also known as Luther Ronzoni Vandross, Luther Ronzoni Vandross Jr., Vandross, Luther or Luther Vandeross was an American singer, record producer, singer-songwriter, musician, composer and actor.
Discography: The Night I Fell in Love, Greatest Hits 1981-1995, Your Secret Love, Luther Vandross, Dance With My Father, Every Year, Every Christmas, One Night With You: The Best of Love, Songs, The Ultimate Luther Vandross and Always & Forever: The Classics. Genres he performed include Rhythm and blues, Soul music, Quiet Storm, Soft rock, Smooth jazz, Hip hop music, Contemporary R&B, Adult contemporary music, Soul jazz and Pop music.
Read more about Luther Vandross on Wikipedia »
Rob Halford (August 25, 1951 The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield-) a.k.a. Halford, Rob, Rob, Robert John Arthur "Rob" Halford, Robert John Arthur Halford, The Metal God, Metal God or Judas Priest is a British singer, songwriter, musician, film score composer and actor.
His related genres: Heavy metal, Speed metal, Hard rock, Industrial metal, Thrash metal, Groove metal, Rock music and Power metal.
Read more about Rob Halford on Wikipedia »
K. K. Downing (October 27, 1951 West Bromwich-) also known as Kenneth Downing, Downing, Kenneth, Kenneth "K. K." Downing, Jr. or Kenneth Keith Downing, Jr. is an English musician, songwriter and guitarist.
His albums: Brütal Legend Original Soundtrack. His related genres: Heavy metal, Speed metal, Rock music, Hard rock and Power metal.
Read more about K. K. Downing on Wikipedia »
Ian Hill (January 20, 1951 West Bromwich-) a.k.a. Hill, Ian or Ian Frank Hill is an English bassist and actor. He has three children, Alex Hill, Letitia Hill and Andrew Hill.
Genres he performed include Heavy metal, Speed metal, Hard rock and Power metal.
Read more about Ian Hill on Wikipedia »
Fred Schneider (July 1, 1951 Newark-) otherwise known as Fred Schneider & the Shake Society, Schneider, Fred, The B-52s, Fred Schneider III, Frederick W. Schneider III or Frederick William Schneider III is an American singer, songwriter, singer-songwriter, musician and voice actor.
His albums: Fred Schneider & The Shake Society and Just Fred. His related genres: Pop rock, Rock music and New Wave.
Read more about Fred Schneider on Wikipedia »
Jackie Jackson (May 4, 1951 Gary-) also known as Sigmund Esco Jackson, Sigmund Esco "Jackie" Jackson or Jackie is an American singer, musician, songwriter, dancer and film score composer. He has two children, Sigmund Esco Jackson, Jr. and Brandi Jackson.
His albums include Jackie Jackson and Be the One. Genres: Rhythm and blues, Pop music, Soul music and New jack swing.
Read more about Jackie Jackson on Wikipedia »
Trilok Gurtu (October 30, 1951 Mumbai-) otherwise known as Trilok Gurutu is an Indian drummer, percussionist, musician and film score composer.
His albums include Usfret, Living Magic, Crazy Saints, Bad Habits Die Hard, Believe, The Glimpse, Kathak, African Fantasy, The Beat of Love and Remembrance. Genres he performed include Jazz, Jazz fusion and World music.
Read more about Trilok Gurtu on Wikipedia »
Chrissie Hynde (September 7, 1951 Akron-) otherwise known as Chrissie Ellen Hynde, chrissie_hynde, Hynde, Chrissie, Christine Ellen "Chrissie" Hynde, The Pretenders or Pretenders is an American songwriter, singer, guitarist, singer-songwriter, actor, musician and voice actor. She has two children, Yasmin Kerr and Natalie Ray Hynde.
Her albums: Love Can Build a Bridge, Stockholm and 2000 Miles (Stockholm 2014 Version). Genres she performed include Rock music, New Wave and Punk rock.
Read more about Chrissie Hynde on Wikipedia »
Dror Feiler (August 31, 1951 Tel Aviv-) also known as Feiler, Dror is a Swedish artist and musician.
Read more about Dror Feiler on Wikipedia »
Yvonne Elliman (December 29, 1951 Honolulu-) also known as Yvonna Elliman, Yvonne Ellerman, Yvonne Marianne Elliman or Yvone Eliman is an American singer, songwriter and actor. Her children are called Sage Hyman and Ben Hyman.
Discography: The Best of Yvonne Elliman, The Very Best of Yvonne Elliman, Love Me, Food of Love and 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Yvonne Elliman. Genres she performed: Ballad, Disco, Popular music and Pop music.
Read more about Yvonne Elliman on Wikipedia »
Steve Hillage (August 2, 1951 Chingford-) also known as Hillage, Steve, Stephen Simpson Hillage or Stephen Simpson "Steve" Hillage is an English guitarist and musician.
His albums include BBC Radio 1 Live, And Not Or, Ggggong-Go_Long, Live Herald, L, Motivation Radio, Green, Rainbow Dome Musick, Fish Rising and For To Next / And Not Or. Genres: Rock music, Electronica, Electronic dance music, Psychedelic rock, Jazz fusion and Progressive rock.
Read more about Steve Hillage on Wikipedia »
Tom Hamilton (December 31, 1951 Colorado Springs-) also known as Thomas William "Tom" Hamilton, Thomas William Hamilton, Thomas Hamilton or Mr. Sweet Emotion is an American musician, songwriter and bassist. He has two children, Julian Hamilton and Sage Hamilton.
Genres he performed: Hard rock, Blues rock and Heavy metal.
Read more about Tom Hamilton on Wikipedia »
Lloyd Maines (June 28, 1951 Lubbock-) also known as Maines, Lloyd is an American musician, record producer and songwriter. His child is Natalie Maines.
Genres he performed: Country, Folk music, Bluegrass and Alternative country.
Read more about Lloyd Maines on Wikipedia »
Bobby Caldwell (August 15, 1951 Manhattan-) also known as Caldwell, Bobby is an American musician, songwriter, singer and film score composer.
His most recognized albums: Cat in the Hat, Carry On, August Moon, Soul Survivor, Bobby Caldwell's Greatest Hits, Come Rain or Come Shine, Heart of Mine, Stuck on You, Timeline: The Anthology, Part 1 and Perfect Island Nights. His related genres: Quiet Storm, Smooth jazz, Pop rock, Blue-eyed soul and Adult contemporary music.
Read more about Bobby Caldwell on Wikipedia »
Andrew Gold (August 2, 1951 Burbank-June 3, 2011 Los Angeles) also known as A. Gold, Andrew Maurice Gold or Wax was an American record producer, multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, film score composer, musician and music arranger. His children are Emily Gold, Victoria Gold and Olivia Gold.
His albums: All This and Heaven Too, Never Let Her Slip Away: 14 Classic Tracks, Halloween Howls: Fun & Scary Music, Thank You for Being a Friend: The Best of Andrew Gold, The Best of Andrew Gold, What's Wrong With This Picture?, Copy Cat, The Essential Collection, Andrew Gold and Andrew Gold/What's Wrong With This Picture?/All This and Heaven Too/Whirlwind. Genres he performed: Pop music, Pop rock and Soft rock.
Read more about Andrew Gold on Wikipedia »
Scott Gorham (March 17, 1951 Glendale-) also known as Gorham, Scott is an American musician, songwriter and guitarist.
His discography includes: Salute. Genres he performed include Hard rock, Heavy metal, Rock music and Blues rock.
Read more about Scott Gorham on Wikipedia »
Crystal Gayle (January 9, 1951 Paintsville-) a.k.a. Cristal Gayle, Crystal Gale, Brenda Gail Webb or Gayle, Crystal is an American singer, songwriter, actor and record producer.
Her albums include Super Hits, 20 Great Love Songs, 20 Love Songs, 50 Original Tracks, Ain't Gonna Worry, All-Time Greatest Hits, Cage the Songbird / Nobody Wants to Be Alone, Crystal Gayle Christmas, Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue and Greatest Hits. Her related genres: Jazz, Country pop, Country and Adult contemporary music.
Read more about Crystal Gayle on Wikipedia »
Anders Bircow (December 15, 1951 Denmark-) is a Danish , . He has four children, Caroline Bircow, Julia Bircow, Sophia Bircow and Frederikke Bircow.
Read more about Anders Bircow on Wikipedia »
Frankie Banali (November 14, 1951 Cuba-) otherwise known as F. Banali or Banali, Frankie is an American musician, songwriter and drummer.
Genres: Hard rock, Heavy metal, Instrumental rock and Blues rock.
Read more about Frankie Banali on Wikipedia »
Samantha Sang (August 5, 1951 Melbourne-) also known as Cheryl Sang or Sang, Samantha is an Australian singer.
Her discography includes: Emotion, The Ultimate Collection, Emotions and Best of Samantha Sang. Genres she performed: Pop music.
Read more about Samantha Sang on Wikipedia »
Charly García (October 23, 1951 Buenos Aires-) a.k.a. Charly Garcia, Charly Garcma, García, Charly, Carlos Alberto Garcia Moreno, Charly, Mr. Say No More, The King of National (Argentine) Rock, El Bigote Bicolor, The Bi-colored Moustache, The Father of National Rock or Sui Generis is an Argentine pianist, musician, singer-songwriter and film score composer. He has one child, Migue García.
His albums: Yendo de la Cama al Living, Clics Modernos, 12 Años, Piano Bar, Parte de la Religión, Lo que vendrá, Cómo conseguir chicas, Filosofía Barata y Zapatos de Goma, García 87-93 and La Hija de la Lágrima. Genres related to him: Alternative rock, Experimental rock, Progressive rock, New Wave, Art rock, Space rock, Folk rock, Classical music, Hard rock, Symphonic rock, Post-punk and Synthpop.
Read more about Charly García on Wikipedia »
Beverly D'Angelo (November 15, 1951 Upper Arlington-) also known as Beverly DeAngelo, Beverley D'Angelo, Beverly Heather D'Angelo or Beverly D Angelo is an American singer, actor, cartoonist, television producer, voice actor and musician. She has two children, Anton James D'Angelo and Olivia Rose D'Angelo.
Read more about Beverly D'Angelo on Wikipedia »
Cheryl Wheeler (July 10, 1951 Lutherville-) otherwise known as Wheeler, Cheryl is an American songwriter, singer and singer-songwriter.
Her albums: Driving Home, Cheryl Wheeler, Circles & Arrows, Defying Gravity, Different Stripe, Half a Book, Mrs. Pinocci's Guitar, Sylvia Hotel, Pointing at the Sun and Cheryl Wheeler Live. Genres she performed: Country and Folk music.
Read more about Cheryl Wheeler on Wikipedia »
Dean Paul Martin (November 17, 1951 Santa Monica-March 21, 1987 San Gorgonio Mountain) also known as Dino Martin Jr, Dean Paul Martin, Jr, Dino, Dean-Paul Martin, Dean Martin Jr., Dino Martin Jr., Desi and Billy Dino or Dino Martin was an American singer, actor, tennis player, fighter pilot and military officer. He had one child, Alexander Martin.
Read more about Dean Paul Martin on Wikipedia »
Cheryl Ladd (July 12, 1951 Huron-) also known as Cheryl Jean Stoppelmoor, Cherie Moor, Cheryl Stoppelmoor Ladd or Cheryl Stoppelmoor is an American singer, actor and author. She has one child, Jordan Ladd.
Her albums include The Best of Cheryl Ladd.
Read more about Cheryl Ladd on Wikipedia »
Chris Bell (January 12, 1951 Memphis-December 27, 1978 Memphis) also known as Bell, Chris, Christopher Branford Bell or Christopher Branford "Chris" Bell was an American singer, musician, songwriter and guitarist.
His most important albums: I Am the Cosmos and I Am the Cosmos / You and Your Sister. Genres he performed include Rock music and Power pop.
Read more about Chris Bell on Wikipedia »
Gregory Isaacs (July 15, 1951 Kingston-October 25, 2010 London) a.k.a. Gregory Issacs, Isaacs, Gregory or Gregosry Isaacs was a Jamaican songwriter, singer, artist, singer-songwriter, musician and music artist.
His discography includes: Mr. Isaacs, I.O.U., Dem Talk Too Much, Dreaming, I Am the Investigator, Gregory In Dub, Maximum Respect, Happiness Come (74-77), Hold Tight and Happy as a King. Genres: Reggae, Lovers rock and Dub.
Read more about Gregory Isaacs on Wikipedia »