British music stars born in 1979

Here are 44 famous musicians from United Kingdom were born in 1979:

Ceephax Acid Crew

Ceephax Acid Crew (March 1, 1979 Essex-) a.k.a. Andy Jenkinson, Ceephax or Jenkinson, Andy is a British , .

His discography includes: The Crisp Chronicles, 2004-01-06: Breezeblock, Hardcore Esplanade, Acid Legacy EP, [untitled], Drive Time, Radiotin EP, Bainted Smile EP, Hardcore Wick and Exidy Tours. Genres he performed include Acid house, Drum and bass, Electronic music and Acid techno.

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MC Harvey

MC Harvey (May 1, 1979 Plymouth-) otherwise known as Michael Harvey or Michael Harvey Jr is a British presenter, singer-songwriter, actor, football player and rapper.

His albums: Get Up and Move. Genres related to him: Electronic music, UK Garage and Hip hop music.

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Kate Jackson

Kate Jackson (September 16, 1979-) otherwise known as Jackson, Kate is a British singer and musician.

Her discography includes: Wonder Feeling. Genres: Art rock, Indie rock and Post-punk revival.

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Terri Walker

Terri Walker (April 14, 1979 Wimbledon-) also known as Walker, Terri is a British singer, singer-songwriter and record producer.

Her discography includes: Untitled, L.O.V.E, I Am and Heartbeat. Genres she performed: Soul music, Neo soul, Contemporary R&B, Hip hop soul and UK Garage.

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Jill Jackson

Jill Jackson (January 24, 1979 Paisley-) is a British singer.

She rose to fame in the late 1990s as a member of the pop group, Hepburn. Jill grew up in Paisley, Scotland, and was always passionate about music. She began performing at a young age, and later moved to London to pursue her dreams of becoming a singer.

In 1999, Jill formed Hepburn with three other musicians. The group became known for their catchy pop tunes, and their debut album, "I Spy," went gold in the UK. Jill co-wrote many of the songs on the album, including the hit single, "I Quit."

After the group disbanded in 2000, Jill continued to write and perform music. She worked with various artists and released her solo album, "Woman in White," in 2003. The album was well-received and showcased Jill's versatility as a singer-songwriter.

Jill has also dabbled in acting and appeared in various films and TV shows, including "EastEnders" and "Hollyoaks." She has continued to perform and release music to this day, and remains a beloved figure in the UK music scene.

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Boyan Chowdhury

Boyan Chowdhury (December 19, 1979 Liverpool-) also known as Chowdhury, Boyan or Boyan Uddin Chowdhury is a British , .

Genres he performed include Alternative rock and Independent music.

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Damon Scott

Damon Scott (October 18, 1979 Salisbury-) is a British singer.

Damon first gained national recognition when he appeared as a contestant on the talent competition show, Britain's Got Talent, in 2012. He captivated audiences with his unique style of performing, which involved the use of puppets and ventriloquism.

Since then, Damon has gone on to perform all over the world, including at the prestigious Hollywood Magic Castle. He has also been a guest on numerous television shows and has released several albums.

In addition to his musical career, Damon is also a passionate advocate for mental health awareness. He has spoken openly about his own struggles with mental health and has worked with various charities to raise money and awareness for the cause.

Damon continues to tour and perform, captivating audiences with his incredible singing voice and unique stage presence.

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Michael Gray

Michael Gray (December 4, 1979-) also known as Mike Gray, Hi Fashion, Reflex, M, Gray, Michael, Robot Man, M (4), Michael Gray, Michael Grey or Grey, Michael is a British record producer, musician and disc jockey.

His discography includes: The Weekend, Borderline, and Somewhere Beyond. Genres he performed: House music, Dance music and Disco.

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Fergie (November 16, 1979 Larne-) a.k.a. DJ Fergie or Robert Ferguson is a British , .

His discography includes: Headliners 03: Fergie, The Bass EP, Nukleuz Presents: Hardhouse Anthems, 7 Live #3, The Me EP, Dynamite And Laserbeams, Collaboration EP Volume 1, For the Wee Small Hours. Rewired, Dynamite and Laserbeams: The Remixes, Part I and Mixmag Live! Volume 32.

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Bat for Lashes

Bat for Lashes (October 25, 1979 London-) a.k.a. Natasha Khan or नताशा खान is a British singer, musician, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

Her discography includes: Fur and Gold, Prescilla, The Wizard, Trophy, What's a Girl to Do?, Two Suns, Pearl's Dream, Daniel, Live Session - EP and Sleep Alone / Moon and Moon. Her related genres: Indie rock, Alternative rock, Synthpop, Indie pop, Folktronica, Dream pop, Emo, Electronica and Baroque pop.

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Emily Friendship

Emily Friendship (January 15, 1979-) is a British singer and songwriter.

Genres: Pop music, Rhythm and blues and Soul music.

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Karen Elson

Karen Elson (January 14, 1979 Oldham-) also known as Elson, Karen or Le Freak is a British model, supermodel, fashion model, singer and musician. Her children are Scarlett Teresa White and Henry Lee White.

Related albums: The Ghost Who Walks and Vicious.

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Sam Golzari

Sam Golzari (July 12, 1979 Hammersmith-) also known as Golzari, Sam is a British actor.

He was born in London to Iranian parents and raised in the United States. Golzari is best known for his role as "Osama" in the 2006 comedy film "American Dreamz" and as "Ricardo" in the TV series "The Brink". He has also had minor roles in films such as "21" and "Charlie Wilson's War". In addition to acting, he is also a writer and producer, having co-written and produced the film "Baba Joon", which was Israel's submission for the Best Foreign Language Film at the Academy Awards in 2016. Golzari has been praised for his performances and is seen as a rising talent in the entertainment industry.

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Lisa Maffia

Lisa Maffia (June 16, 1979 South London-) a.k.a. Maffia, Lisa or Lisa Mafia is a British singer, musician, rapper, singer-songwriter, model, fashion designer and presenter.

Her albums include All Over and First Lady. Genres: Rhythm and blues, UK Garage, Contemporary R&B, Hip hop music, House music and Electro house.

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Nicholas Ashley-Cooper, 12th Earl of Shaftesbury

Nicholas Ashley-Cooper, 12th Earl of Shaftesbury (June 3, 1979 London-) is a British , .

philanthropist, conservationist, and fashion designer. He is the founder and CEO of the fashion brand, "Shaftesbury London". In addition to his fashion career, he is an active philanthropist and is dedicated to social and environmental causes. He has worked with various organizations such as the Red Cross and the Big Issue Foundation. He is also a passionate advocate for wildlife conservation and has worked with charities such as the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. In 2018, he was appointed as a Global Ambassador for the Elephant Family, an organization dedicated to protecting Asian elephants and their habitat.

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Christian Hardy

Christian Hardy (June 7, 1979-) is a British musician, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and singer.

Genres: Independent music.

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Karen David

Karen David (April 15, 1979 Shillong-) also known as Karen Shenaz David, KD or Shenu is a British actor and singer-songwriter.

Her albums: The Live Sessions EP, It's Me (You're Talking To), G-Fluid and Three Little Birds. Genres she performed: Pop rock and Pop music.

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Sam Totman

Sam Totman (April 26, 1979 London-) a.k.a. Totman, Sam is a British musician, songwriter and guitarist.

Genres he performed: Power metal, Black metal, Heavy metal and Speed metal.

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Lyn-Z (May 22, 1979 Dunoon-) a.k.a. Lindsey Ann Way or LynZ is a British musician.

Genres: Synthpunk, Industrial rock and Electronica.

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Jon Hopkins

Jon Hopkins (August 15, 1979 Wimbledon-) a.k.a. Hopkins, Jon, Jonathan Julian Hopkins or Jonathan Julian "Jon" Hopkins is a British musician, record producer and film score composer.

His discography includes: Contact Note, Opalescent, EP1, The Fourth State, Light Through the Veins, Monsters, Remixes, Seven Gulps of Air, Insides and Honest Words. Genres: Electronica, Electronic dance music, Ambient music and Intelligent dance music.

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Sophie Monk

Sophie Monk (December 14, 1979 London-) a.k.a. Sophie Charlene Akland Monk is a British singer, songwriter, actor and model.

Discography: Calendar Girl and Get the Music On. Genres related to her: Pop music and Dance music.

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Corinne Bailey Rae

Corinne Bailey Rae (February 26, 1979 Leeds-) a.k.a. Corinne Bailey or Corinne Jacqueline Bailey is a British guitarist and singer-songwriter.

Her albums include Put Your Records On, Corinne Bailey Rae, Trouble Sleeping, Live in New York, Live in London & New York, The Sea, I'd Like To, The Love EP and Like a Star. Genres related to her: Blues, Jazz, Rhythm and blues, Soul music, Acoustic music, Pop music, Contemporary R&B and Indie pop.

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Daniel Bedingfield

Daniel Bedingfield (December 3, 1979 New Zealand-) also known as Daniel Beddingfield, Daniel John Bedingfield or Bedingfield, Daniel is a British singer and singer-songwriter.

Discography: Gotta Get Thru This, If You’re Not The One, James Dean (I Wanna Know), Friday, Second First Impression, Gotta Get Thru This, I Can't Read You, Nothing Hurts Like Love, The Way (disc 2) and Wrap My Words Around You. Genres: Pop music, Electronic music, Dance-pop, Pop rock, Electronic dance music, UK Garage and Christian music.

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Natalie Stewart

Natalie Stewart (February 13, 1979 London-) also known as Stewart, Natalie, Floacist or The Floacist is a British singer, songwriter, actor, record producer, rapper, composer and poet.

Her albums include Floetic Soul, Floetry Re:Birth, Prophecy, Rise of the Phoenix Mermaid and Floetry Re: Birth. Her related genres: Neo soul, Spoken word, Contemporary R&B and Soul music.

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Vicky Beeching

Vicky Beeching (July 17, 1979 United Kingdom-) is a British writer.

Related albums: Shelter, Yesterday, Today & Forever, Join the Song, Painting The Invisible, The Journey EP and Eternity Invades. Genres she performed: Contemporary Christian music and Christian music.

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Aman Hayer

Aman Hayer (November 5, 1979 United Kingdom-) also known as Amandeep Singh Hayer, The Groundshaker or The Entourage is a British songwriter, record producer, musician, composer, singer, film score composer and music director.

His most important albums: Groundshaker, Groundshaker 2, Mel Karade Rabba, Dildarian, Groundshaker II, Pind Di Kudi and Close 2 Me (Nerre - Nerre). Genres related to him: Bhangra.

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Nate James

Nate James (September 15, 1979 United Kingdom-) also known as James, Nate is a British singer.

His albums include Set the Tone, Funkdefining EP, Kingdom Falls, Kingdom Falls, Revival and Live For The Groove. His related genres: Soul music, Rhythm and blues, Disco and Contemporary R&B.

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Daniel Boys

Daniel Boys (March 26, 1979 Greenwich-) is a British singer and actor.

Discography: So Close.

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Ainslie Henderson

Ainslie Henderson (January 28, 1979 Edinburgh-) also known as Ainslie, Henderson, Ainslie, Ains or Ainslie Thomas Henderson is a British actor, screenwriter, singer-songwriter, animator and film director.

His albums: Keep Me a Secret and Growing Flowers by Candlelight. Genres he performed: Alternative rock, Indie rock and Acoustic music.

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Mr Hudson

Mr Hudson (June 26, 1979 Birmingham-) also known as Benjamin Hudson McIldowie, BIGkids, Mr Hudson & The Library, Hudson, Mr., Ben Hudson or Benjamin McIldowie is a British singer-songwriter and record producer.

His most well known albums: A Tale of Two Cities, Too Late, Too Late, Playing With Fire, Straight No Chaser, Supernova and Real and True. His related genres: Pop music, Contemporary R&B, Alternative rock, Alternative hip hop, Electro hop, Easy listening and Dubstep.

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Sam Sarpong

Sam Sarpong (December 19, 1979 London-) a.k.a. Samuel Sarpong, Future or Samuel Osei Sarpong is a British presenter, actor, model and musician.

He is best known for hosting MTV's "Yo Momma" and for his role in the TV series "Bones". Sarpong began his career as a model, working for designers such as Tommy Hilfiger and Gucci. He later transitioned to acting, appearing in films such as "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and "Anchor Baby". In addition to his entertainment career, Sarpong was also involved in humanitarian work and was an advocate for mental health awareness. Tragically, he passed away in 2015 at the age of 40.

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Rosamund Pike

Rosamund Pike (January 27, 1979 Hammersmith-) also known as Rosamund Mary E. Pike, Ros or Rosamund Mary Elizabeth Pike is a British actor. She has one child, Solo Uniacke.

Rosamund Pike began her acting career in the late 1990s, performing in stage productions such as Romeo and Juliet and Skylight. She made her film debut in the 2002 horror film, Die Another Day. Pike's breakthrough role came in 2014 when she starred as Amy Dunne in the David Fincher-directed thriller, Gone Girl, for which she received critical acclaim and multiple award nominations. She further gained recognition for her roles in films such as Pride & Prejudice, A United Kingdom, and Hostiles. In addition to her film work, Pike has also appeared in television dramas and miniseries, including a starring role in the Amazon Prime Video series, "Jack Ryan." Pike has been involved in various charitable causes over the years, including supporting children's education and raising awareness about human trafficking.

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Jamie Cullum

Jamie Cullum (August 20, 1979 Rochford-) also known as Jamie Callum, Jamie Cullem, Cullum, Jamie or Jamie Cullen is a British singer, guitarist, drummer, songwriter, jazz pianist, singer-songwriter, musician, record producer and radio personality. He has two children, Lyra Cullum and Margot Cullum.

His albums: Pointless Nostalgic, Twentysomething, These Are the Days / Frontin', Everlasting Love, These Are the Days, Catching Tales, Mind Trick, Get Your Way, Twenty Zero Five Live and Live at Ronnie Scott's. Genres he performed include Jazz, Pop music, Power pop, Crossover jazz, Soft rock, Blue-eyed soul, Swing music, Smooth jazz and Vocal jazz.

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Michelle Heaton

Michelle Heaton (July 19, 1979 Gateshead-) also known as Michelle Christine Heaton or Michelle Scott-Lee is a British singer, singer-songwriter, actor, personal trainer, model and tv personality.

Genres related to her: Pop music.

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Rumer (June 3, 1979 Islamabad-) also known as Sarah Joyce is a British singer-songwriter.

Related albums: Seasons of My Soul, I Wanna Roo You, I Believe in You, Slow, Aretha, iTunes Festival: London 2011, Boys Don't Cry, Rumer Sings Bacharach at Christmas and Into Colour. Her related genres: Soul music, Jazz, Pop music and Easy listening.

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Will Young

Will Young (January 20, 1979 Wokingham-) a.k.a. William Robert Young, Young, Will, Young Will Young or Will is a British singer-songwriter, actor and composer.

Discography: Friday's Child, Switch It On, Keep On, All Time Love, Anything Is Possible / Evergreen, Don't Let Me Down, Friday's Child, From Now On, William Young Pop Idol and Let It Go. Genres he performed include Jazz and Pop music.

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Jo O'Meara

Jo O'Meara (April 29, 1979 Romford-) also known as Joanne Valda O'Meara, O'Meara, Jo or Jo-Jo is a British singer, songwriter, actor and tv personality. She has one child, Lenny Slate.

Her albums include Relentless, Plastic Start and These Little Moments. Genres she performed: Pop music.

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Oliver Thornton

Oliver Thornton (September 10, 1979 Abergavenny-) otherwise known as Oliver Rhoe Thornton or Rhoe is a British actor.

He is best known for his roles in stage productions such as "Priscilla, Queen of the Desert" and "Cats", where he played the role of Rum Tum Tugger. Thornton also appeared in the film adaptation of "Rock of Ages" and in the television series "Holby City". In addition to acting, Thornton has also had success as a singer, performing in various music venues and releasing his own original music. Thornton is openly gay and has been an advocate for LGBT rights, using his platform to promote equality and representation in the media.

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Kirsten Price

Kirsten Price (September 8, 1979 Islington-) also known as Price, Kirsten or Kirsten C. Price is a British singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, musician, record producer and actor.

Related albums: Brixton to Brooklyn and Guts & Garbage. Genres she performed include Contemporary R&B, Pop rock, Pop music and Soul music.

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Hard Kaur

Hard Kaur (July 29, 1979 Kanpur-) also known as Taran Kaur Dhillon, Harshdeep Kaur, Harsh Deep or Harshdeep is a British playback singer, singer, rapper and actor.

Her albums: Supawoman, Down 2Nite and Look 4 Me. Genres she performed: Hip hop music and Rap music.

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Paul Smith

Paul Smith (March 13, 1979 Billingham-) a.k.a. Smith, Paul is a British singer and guitarist.

His albums include Margins and Frozen by Sight.

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The Bullitts

The Bullitts (July 27, 1979 London-) otherwise known as Jeymes Samuel or The Bullitts is a British singer/songwriter/producer/filmmaker, singer-songwriter and film producer.

His most recognized albums: When It Rains. Genres: Hip hop music, Pop music, Alternative rock, Contemporary R&B and Electronica.

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Nick Annand

Nick Annand (December 20, 1979 London-) otherwise known as Cut & Run, DJ Deekline Pres Cut & Run, DJ Deekline presents Cut & Run, DJ Dee Kline, DJ Deekline, Dee-Kline, Dee Kline, DJ or Deekline is a British record producer, disc jockey, dancer and musician.

His discography includes: I Don't Smoke, Blow Out, Beat Freaks and Booty Breaks, Volume 20.

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Martyn Andrews

Martyn Andrews (April 9, 1979 Crosby-) is a British television presenter, journalist, actor and singer.

He is best known for his work on the award-winning BBC show "Inside Out". He began his career in television as a children's presenter before transitioning to reporting and producing adult programming. In addition to his work in television, Andrews has also acted on stage and in film, and has released several pop singles that have received airplay in the UK. Andrews is known for his charity work, particularly in support of cancer research and awareness. He has also written a book about his experiences as a journalist and presenter, which was well-received by both critics and audiences.

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