Here are 11 famous musicians from India were born in 1922:
Dilip Kumar (December 11, 1922 Qissa Khawani Bazaar-) a.k.a. Yusuf Khan, Tragedy King, Legendary Khan, Muhammad Yusuf Khan, Mr. Dilip Kumar, Shri Dilip Kumar, Dilip Sahaab, the ultimate method actor or Muhammad Yousuf Khan is an Indian politician, film director, actor and screenwriter.
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S. Rajeswara Rao (October 11, 1922 Sivaramapuram-October 25, 1999) otherwise known as Salur Rajeswara Rao, Saluri Rajeshwara Rao, Rao, Rajeswara Rao or S. Rajeshwar Rao was an Indian singer, composer, film score composer and actor. He had nine children, Saluri Poornachandra Rao, Saluri Ramalingeswara Rao, Saluri Koti Durga Prasad, Saluri Vasu Rao, Saluri Koteswara Rao, Ramadevi Rao, Mangamma Rao, Kousalya Rao and Vijayalakshmi Rao.
His discography includes: Chenchu Lakshmi, Missamma, Illalu, Yashoda Krishna and Malliswari.
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Vishwanath Rao Ringe (December 6, 1922-March 1, 2015) was an Indian singer.
Genres: Hindustani classical music and Khyal.
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Bhimsen Joshi (February 4, 1922 Gadag-Betageri-January 24, 2011 Pune) otherwise known as Bhimse Joshi or Bhimsen Gururaj Joshi was an Indian singer.
His albums: 75 Years - Volume 5, Live At Siri Fort, The Versatile, Saptarishi - Live At Siri Fort, Hindustani Vocal Music, Evening Ragas, Shraddhanjali, Classical Wonders Of India, and Vocal (Patdeep-Jaunpuri-Bhairavi). Genres he performed include Hindustani classical music, Indian classical music and Thumri.
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Ali Akbar Khan (April 14, 1922 Comilla-June 18, 2009 San Anselmo) otherwise known as Khan, Ustad Ali Akbar, Khan, Ali Akbar, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Khansahib, Ustad or Ostad Ali Akbar Khan was an Indian classical indian music performer, composer, musician and film score composer. He had seven children, Aashish Khan, Alam Khan, Manik Khan, Medina Khan, Pranesh Khan, Dhyanesh Khan and Amaresh Khan.
His albums include Journey, Legacy, Swara Samrat, Artistic Sound Of Sarod, Passing on the Tradition, Plays Alap: A Sarod Solo (disc 2), Traditional Music of India, The 80 Minute Raga, Then and Now: The Music of the Great Master Continues and AIR, Volume 1. His related genres: North Indian Classical, Hindustani classical music, Indian classical music and Film score.
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Ghantasala (December 4, 1922 Chowtapalli-February 11, 1974 Chennai) also known as Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao or Nimmakuru was an Indian singer and film score composer. He had eight children, Ravi Kumar, Ratna Kumar, Vijaya Kumar, Sankar Kumar, Shanti Rao, Suguna Rao, Meera Rao and Syamala Rao.
His related genres: Indian classical music and Film score.
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T. K. Ramamoorthy (May 15, 1922 Tiruchirappalli-April 17, 2013 Chennai) also known as The King of Light Music, Mellisai Mannar, Tiruchirapalli Krishnaswamy Ramamurthy, T.K. Ramamoorthy or Tiruchirapalli Krishnaswamy Ramamoorthy was an Indian violinist, film score composer and music director.
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Emani Sankara Sastry (September 23, 1922 Draksharama-March 1, 1987) a.k.a. Emani sankara sastry, E. Sankara Sastri or Sankara Sastri Eemani was an Indian film score composer. He had two children, Emani Kalyani Lakshminarayana and Devi Murthy.
Genres he performed: Carnatic music.
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T. M. Soundararajan (March 24, 1922 Madurai-May 25, 2013 Chennai) also known as Thoguluva Meenatchi Iyengar Soundararajan, TMS, Soundararajan T.M. or T.M. Soundarajan was an Indian actor and singer.
His albums include Palum Pazhamum and Pattikada Pattanama.
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Madhavapeddi Satyam (March 11, 1922 Bapatla-December 18, 2000 Chennai) also known as Madhavapeddi was an Indian actor, singer and playback singer. His child is Madhavapeddi Murthy.
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V. G. Jog (February 22, 1922 Mumbai-January 31, 2004 Kolkata) a.k.a. Вишну Говинд Джог, V.G. Jog or Vishnu Govind Jog was an Indian actor, violinist and teacher.
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