Here are 5 famous musicians from Turkey were born in 1946:
O. Z. Livaneli (June 20, 1946 Ilgın-) also known as Zulfu Livaneli, Livaneli, Zülfü, O.Z. Livaneli, Ömer Zülfü Livaneli, Omer Zulfu Livaneli, Sebastian Argol, Kendal or Zülfü Livaneli is a Turkish writer, politician, novelist, composer, musician, author, singer, screenwriter, film director, journalist and film score composer. He has one child, Aylin Livaneli.
His albums: Nazım Türküsü, Gökyüzü Herkesindir, Zor Yıllar, Yol, Unutulmayanlar, İlk Türküler, Eskiya Dünyaya Hükümdar Olmaz, Ada, Chants Révolutionnaires Turcs and Mutluluk.
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Ajda Pekkan (February 12, 1946 Istanbul-) also known as Pekkan, Ajda, Ayşe Ajda Pekkan, Superstar or Pop diva is a Turkish singer-songwriter and actor.
Her albums include Süperstar, Sen Mutlu Ol, Süperstar IV, Ajda '90, Unutulmayanlar, Seni Seçtim, Ajda '93, Hoşgör Sen, Ajda Pekkan and Diva. Her related genres: Pop music, Turkish pop music and Schlager music.
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Fikret Kızılok (November 10, 1946 Istanbul-September 22, 2001 Istanbul) a.k.a. Fikret Kizilok or Kızılok, Fikret was a Turkish singer, composer and dentist.
His most well known albums: Gün Ola Devran Döne, Mustafa Kemal - Devrimcinin Güncesi, Yadigar, Demirbaş, Olmuyo Olmuyo, Yana Yana, Not Defterimden, Dünden Bugüne, Zaman Zaman and 68'ler 2. Genres related to him: Rock music, Folk music and Turkish folk music.
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Halil Ergün (September 8, 1946 İznik-) also known as Halil Ergun or Halil İbrahim is a Turkish actor and screenwriter.
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Timur Selçuk (July 2, 1946 Istanbul-) also known as Timur Selcuk or Selçuk, Timur is a Turkish film score composer, actor, singer, pianist, conductor and composer. His children are called Hazal Selçuk and Mercan Selçuk.
Related albums: 25 Yıl, Seçkiler, Babamın Şarkıları 1, İspanyol Meyhanesi, Dünden Bugüne and Panayır Günü / Yaralı Ceylan.
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