Australian musicians born in 1960

Here are 15 famous musicians from Australia were born in 1960:

Jonathan Biggins

Jonathan Biggins (September 16, 1960 Newcastle-) also known as Jonathan Martin Biggins is an Australian actor, screenwriter, comedian and singer.

He is best known for his work writing and performing in satirical revues, including the annual Wharf Revue, which has been running since 2000. Biggins has also appeared in television shows such as Rake, Grass Roots, and Australia You're Standing In It. He has won several awards for his work, including the Sydney Theatre Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Mainstream Production in 2016 for his role in the play Australia Day. In addition to his acting and writing work, Biggins is also a regular host and speaker at events and functions.

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Sam Sejavka

Sam Sejavka (April 2, 1960 Melbourne-) is an Australian actor.

He is best known for his roles in several Australian TV series including "Neighbours" and "Blue Heelers". Sejavka made his screen debut in the early 1980s and has since appeared in numerous films and television shows. Along with acting, he is also a qualified pilot and enjoys flying in his free time. Sejavka has been a key ambassador for several Australian charities and organisations over the years, including the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Australian Children’s Music Foundation.

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Lloyd Swanton

Lloyd Swanton (August 14, 1960 Sydney-) also known as Swanton, Lloyd is an Australian bassist.

He is best known as a founding member of the Australian jazz ensemble, The catholics. Swanton has also played with other notable Australian musicians, such as Bernie McGann, Paul Grabowsky, and Sandy Evans. In addition to his work as a musician, Swanton is also a writer and has released several books including "Rehearsing With Gods: Photographs and Essays on the Bread and Puppet Theater" and "Ambon: The truth about one of the most brutal POW camps in World War II and the triumph of the Aussie spirit". He currently resides in Sydney, Australia.

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Murray Cook

Murray Cook (June 30, 1960 Cowra-) also known as Murray James Cook, Muzza, Muzz or The Wiggles is an Australian actor, singer, guitarist, television producer, songwriter and film score composer. He has two children, Hamish Cook and Georgia Cook.

Genres: Children's music and Rock music.

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Hugo Weaving

Hugo Weaving (April 4, 1960 Ibadan-) also known as Hugo Wallace Weaving is an Australian actor and voice actor. He has two children, Holly Weaving and Harry Weaving.

Hugo Weaving is known for his versatile acting skills and has a wide range of performances to his credit. He began his acting career in the early 1980s in Australian theater and television. Throughout his career, he has appeared in a number of critically acclaimed films such as "The Matrix", "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, "V for Vendetta", "Hacksaw Ridge", and "Cloud Atlas".

Apart from his work in movies, Hugo Weaving has also lent his voice to several animated characters. He voiced the character of Megatron in the "Transformers" franchise, and also voiced the character of Noah the Elder in "Happy Feet" and its sequel "Happy Feet Two".

In addition to his successful acting career, Hugo Weaving is also an ambassador for the Australian Childhood Foundation, a charity that focuses on the prevention of child abuse and support for children who have experienced abuse.

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Rhonda Burchmore

Rhonda Burchmore (May 15, 1960 Sydney-) a.k.a. Rhonda Suzanne Burchmore is an Australian singer, actor and entertainer. She has one child, Lexie Jeuniewic.

Discography: Rhonda Burchmore and Together Alone.

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Mick Thomas

Mick Thomas (February 7, 1960 Yallourn-) a.k.a. Michael Thomas, Thomas, Mick or Thomas, Michael is an Australian , .

His albums: Anythings, Sure Things, Other Things, Song Bingo and The Last of the Tourists. Genres: Folk rock.

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Conway Savage

Conway Savage (July 27, 1960-) is an Australian singer, singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, pianist, organist and musician.

Discography: Conway Savage, Nothing Broken, Wrong Man's Hands, Rare Songs & Performances 1989-2004, Quickie for Ducky (feat. Amanda Fox & Robert Tickner) and Soon Will Be Tomorrow. Genres he performed include Post-punk and Alternative rock.

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David Hirschfelder

David Hirschfelder (November 18, 1960 Ballarat-) also known as D. Hirschfelder is an Australian musician, film score composer and composer.

His albums include Shine, Elizabeth, Strictly Ballroom, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole, Sanctum, Aquamarine, Welcome to the Nightclub of My Mind, Inside This Room and The Railway Man. Genres he performed include Film score, Pop rock and Adult contemporary music.

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Michael Hutchence

Michael Hutchence (January 22, 1960 Sydney-November 22, 1997 Sydney) also known as Hutchence, Michael, Michael Kelland John Hutchence, Hutch or INXS was an Australian singer, musician, songwriter and actor. His child is called Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof.

His albums: Michael Hutchence and A Straight Line. Genres he performed: New Wave, Rock music and Alternative rock.

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Bart Willoughby

Bart Willoughby (September 12, 1960 South Australia-) is an Australian musician. His child is called Woonun Willoughby.

Genres: Reggae rock and Aboriginal rock.

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John Prior

John Prior (July 22, 1960 Sydney-) is an Australian musician, record producer and composer.

Genres he performed include Orchestra, Rock music, World music, Progressive rock, Electronica, Electronic dance music, Blues, Funk, Reggae, Soul music and Fusion.

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David Hamilton

David Hamilton (March 22, 1960 Scotland-) otherwise known as Hamilton, David is an Australian opera singer.

His albums: Gershwin on Piano.

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Martyn P. Casey

Martyn P. Casey (July 10, 1960 Chesterfield-) a.k.a. Casey, Martyn P., Daubney Carshott or Martyn Paul Casey is an Australian guitarist, musician and composer.

His related genres: Rock music.

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Rebecca Barnard

Rebecca Barnard (December 1, 1960-) also known as Barnard, Rebecca is an Australian actor, singer, songwriter and musician.

Her discography includes: Fortified.

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