Australian musicians born in 1973

Here are 11 famous musicians from Australia were born in 1973:

Shane Lee

Shane Lee (August 8, 1973 Wollongong-) is an Australian guitarist and cricketer.

He played for the Australian cricket team from 1995 to 2000 as an all-rounder, and was part of the 1999 World Cup-winning squad. After retiring from cricket, Lee pursued his passion for music and became a professional guitarist. He has released several albums and singles, and has performed with various bands and musicians in Australia and overseas. In addition to his music career, Lee is also involved in philanthropic activities and regularly raises funds for various charities.

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Adam Garcia

Adam Garcia (June 1, 1973 Wahroonga-) a.k.a. Adam Gabriel Garcia is an Australian actor, dancer and singer.

He was born in Wahroonga, New South Wales, and began his career as a tap dancer at a young age. In the 1990s, he moved to London to pursue his performing career, and rose to prominence with his role in the musical "Saturday Night Fever" in the West End. He went on to star in several other West End productions, including "Kiss Me, Kate" and "Wicked". Garcia has also appeared in several films, including "Coyote Ugly", "Bootmen", and "Love's Brother". In addition to his acting work, he has hosted and judged several dance reality television shows. Garcia is also a trained martial artist, having earned a black belt in Taekwondo.

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David Campbell

David Campbell (August 6, 1973 Adelaide-) also known as Campbell, David is an Australian singer, actor and artistic director.

His albums include Hope, Taking the Wheel, When She's Gone, Yesterday is NOW, The Swing Sessions, The Swing Sessions 2, End of the World, On Broadway, Good Lovin' and Shout. Genres: Musical theatre, Pop music, Rock music and Swing music.

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Stu Marshall

Stu Marshall (January 29, 1973-) a.k.a. Stuart Marshall or Stuart ''Stu'' Marshall is an Australian musician and songwriter.

Genres he performed: Hard rock, Heavy metal and Thrash metal.

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Raúl Sánchez

Raúl Sánchez (March 21, 1973-) a.k.a. Sanchez, Raul or Raul Sanchez is an Australian , .

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James Ash

James Ash (June 10, 1973 Windsor-) also known as Ash, James or Jamie Graham Appleby is an Australian record producer, singer, disc jockey and musician.

His albums include 2-Step: The Album. Genres he performed: Pop music, Rock music and Dance music.

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Matt Ellis

Matt Ellis (December 28, 1973-) is an Australian artist, music artist and visual artist.

His most well known albums: Tell The People, Peel, Births, Deaths & Marriages and Matt Ellis (Self-Titled album).

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Abi Tucker

Abi Tucker (January 22, 1973 Australia-) a.k.a. Tucker, Abi or Abigail Anne Tucker is an Australian singer.

Her albums include Dreamworld.

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Samuel Dixon

Samuel Dixon (October 6, 1973-) a.k.a. Dixon, Sam is an Australian , .

musician, songwriter, and record producer. He began playing music at a young age and was initially influenced by his father, who was also a musician. Dixon moved to London in the late 1990s to pursue a career in music and quickly established himself as a sought-after session bassist, working with artists such as Christina Aguilera, Adele, and Sia.

In addition to his session work, Dixon has also been successful as a songwriter and producer. He has worked on some of the biggest hit songs of recent years, including Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" and "Someone Like You," and Sia's "Chandelier" and "Elastic Heart." Dixon has won multiple Grammy Awards for his work as a producer and has also been nominated for awards as a songwriter and bassist.

Beyond his work in the music industry, Dixon has also been involved in various philanthropic efforts. He founded the charity organization Grow Your Own in 2016, which aims to empower communities through gardening and sustainable agriculture. Dixon has also been vocal about environmental issues and has used his platform to raise awareness about climate change.

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Samantha Fonti

Samantha Fonti (February 12, 1973 Sydney-) is an Australian film score composer and violinist.

Her related genres: Film score.

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Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones (July 22, 1973 Southend-on-Sea-) a.k.a. Jones, Daniel is an Australian musician, record producer, songwriter and guitarist.

Genres he performed include Pop music and Rock music.

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