Here are 7 famous musicians from South Africa were born in 1945:
Pieter-Dirk Uys (September 28, 1945 Cape Town-) is a South African author and actor.
Discography: Foreign Aids.
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Headman Shabalala (October 10, 1945 Ladysmith-December 10, 1991 KwaZulu-Natal) also known as Shabalala Rhythm or Headman Msongelwa Shabalala was a South African singer.
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Johnny Dyani (November 30, 1945 East London-October 24, 1986 Berlin) also known as Mbizo or Dyani, Johnny was a South African bassist.
His most well known albums: Witchdoctor's Son, Live at Jazz Unité": Some Jive Ass Boer, Echoes From Africa, and Three. Genres he performed include Jazz.
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John Kongos (August 6, 1945 Johannesburg-) also known as Kongos, John is a South African singer.
His most important albums: John Kongos, Kongos, , He's Gonna Step on You Again and Confusions About a Goldfish. Genres he performed: Rock music.
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Nobesuthu Mbadu (April 26, 1945 Durban-) a.k.a. Mbadu, Nobesuthu is a South African singer.
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Koos Du Plessis (May 10, 1945 Rustenburg-January 14, 1984) also known as Du Plessis, Koos was a South African singer.
Related albums: Die Vierde Horison, and Skadu's teen die muur.
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Robert Calvert (March 9, 1945 Pretoria-August 14, 1988 Ramsgate) a.k.a. Bob Calvert, Calvert, Robert or Robert Newton Calvert was a South African singer, poet, musician and writer.
His albums include Captain Lockheed & The Starfighters, Live at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, Lucky Leif and the Longships, Hype, Freq, Test-Tube Conceived, Centigrade 232, Repeat Performance and Cardiff 1988: Ejection.
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