Here are 5 famous musicians from Australia were born in 1942:
Bruce Woodley (July 25, 1942 Melbourne-) a.k.a. Bruce William Woodley is an Australian guitarist, singer-songwriter and musician.
Genres he performed include Jazz, Balkan pop and Pop-folk.
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Robie Porter (June 4, 1942 Ashfield-) also known as Robbie Porter or Robert George Porter is an Australian record producer.
His albums: 5-4-3-2-1-Zero! / Jamaica Farewell, Tim-Buc-Too / Adventures in Paradise, Your Cheatin' Heart / Seven Foot Two, Rob E.G.'s Golden Hits, Volume 1, Rob E.G.'s Golden Hits, Volume 2, Rob E.G. Plays the Great Instrumentals, Hawaii Tattoo, 55 Days at Peking, When You're Not Near / Aloha oe and My First Love / Railroadin'. Genres: Country, Pop music and Rock music.
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Bruce Rowland (May 9, 1942 Melbourne-) is an Australian film score composer and composer.
His albums include The Man From Snowy River, The Piano Artistry of Bruce Rowland, Journey to the Center of the Earth, The Cup and Return to Snowy River. His related genres: Film score.
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Graeme Lyall (January 25, 1942-) is an Australian composer, teacher and multi-instrumentalist.
Genres: Big Band, Jazz, Jazz fusion and Funk.
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Judy Stone (January 1, 1942 Sydney-) is an Australian singer.
Judy Stone was born and raised in Sydney, Australia. She started her singing career at a young age by performing in competitions and talent shows. In 1962, she released her first single "4,003,221 Tears From Now" which became a hit and established her as a prominent pop artist in Australia.
Throughout the 1960s and 70s, Stone continued to release successful singles and albums, and toured extensively throughout Australia, New Zealand and the UK. She was known for her powerful and soulful voice, as well as her ability to interpret a variety of musical styles, including pop, rock, country and soul.
In addition to her singing career, Stone also appeared in several films and television shows, including the Australian TV series "Bandstand" and the film "The Cars That Ate Paris". She was also a popular radio host and presenter, and was awarded the Order of Australia Medal in 1980 for her contributions to the entertainment industry.
Stone continues to perform and record music to this day, and is regarded as one of Australia's most beloved and iconic singers.
One of Judy Stone's most well-known songs is "Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone)", which was a hit in both Australia and the United States. She also represented Australia in the 1975 Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Love Is Like a Violin". In addition to her successful music career, Stone has been involved in various philanthropic efforts, including working with charities to support disadvantaged children and promoting breast cancer awareness. She has received numerous awards and accolades throughout her career, including induction into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame in 1998. Stone's enduring legacy as a singer and performer continues to inspire new generations of Australian musicians.
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