Australian musicians born in 1954

Here are 13 famous musicians from Australia were born in 1954:

Mark "Chopper" Read

Mark "Chopper" Read (November 17, 1954 Melbourne-October 9, 2013 Melbourne) a.k.a. Mark Brandon Read, Chopper or Chopper Read was an Australian writer and criminal.

His most recognized albums: Interview With a Madman. Genres: Hip hop music.

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Richard Wilkins

Richard Wilkins (June 19, 1954 Auckland-) is an Australian presenter and editor.

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Geoffrey Lancaster

Geoffrey Lancaster (August 20, 1954 Sydney-) is an Australian pianist and conductor.

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Stephen Cummings

Stephen Cummings (September 13, 1954 Melbourne-) also known as Cummings, Stephen is an Australian actor, film score composer, singer-songwriter, musician and writer.

His most important albums: Unguided Tour, Falling Swinger, Escapist, Spiritual Bum, Skeleton Key, Rollercoaster, A New Kind of Blue, Close Ups, Firecracker and Good Humour. Genres he performed include New Wave, Rock music, Rhythm and blues, Rockabilly and Western swing.

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Steve Kilbey

Steve Kilbey (September 13, 1954 Welwyn Garden City-) also known as Kilbey, Steve or Steven John Kilbey is an Australian singer-songwriter, bassist, music producer, poet and painter.

His albums: Remindlessness, Earthed, Acoustic & Intimate, Dabble, Narcosis +, The Slow Crack, Unearthed, Painkiller, Narcosis EP and Narcosis + More. Genres: Psychedelic rock, Alternative rock, Dream pop, Post-punk and New Wave.

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David Twohill

David Twohill (April 21, 1954 Australia-) is an Australian , .

Genres: Rock music.

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Mark Holden

Mark Holden (April 27, 1954 Adelaide-) also known as Holden, Mark is an Australian singer and actor.

His albums: Moments. His related genres: Pop music and Rock music.

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James Baker

James Baker (March 7, 1954 Perth-) also known as Baker, James or James Lawrence Baker is an Australian , .

Genres: Rock music.

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Phil Rudd

Phil Rudd (May 19, 1954 Melbourne-) also known as Rudd, Phil, Phillip Hugh Norman Witschke Rudzevecuis or Phillip Hugh Norman Rudd is an Australian musician and drummer.

Genres he performed include Hard rock, Heavy metal, Blues rock and Rock and roll.

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Barrington Pheloung

Barrington Pheloung (May 10, 1954 Manly-) also known as Barrington Somers Pheloung, Phe Loung, Barington Pheloung, Pheloung, Barrington or Barrington Phelan is an Australian composer, film score composer and conductor.

His albums include Nostradamus: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, Shopgirl, Hilary and Jackie, Inspector Morse, Lewis, The Essential Inspector Morse Collection, The Magic of Inspector Morse, Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars – Director’s Cut Original Soundtrack, Inspector Morse and Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror Original Soundtrack. Genres he performed: Classical music.

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Steve Prestwich

Steve Prestwich (March 5, 1954 Liverpool-January 16, 2011) otherwise known as Prestwich, Steve, S. Prestwich, Steven Prestwich or Steven William Prestwich was an Australian drummer, musician and record producer. He had two children, Melody Prestwich and Vaughan Prestwich.

His albums include Since You've Been Gone. Genres related to him: Pub rock and Rock music.

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Christie Allen

Christie Allen (September 12, 1954 England-August 12, 2008 Western Australia) was an Australian singer.

Her albums include Magic Rhythm. Genres related to her: Country, Disco and Pop music.

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Carl Vine

Carl Vine (October 8, 1954 Perth-) also known as Vine, Carl, Karl Vine or Carl Vine, AO is an Australian composer and film score composer.

Discography: Complete Symphonies 1-6.

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