Canadian musicians who were born in 1931

Here are 6 famous musicians from Canada were born in 1931:

William Shatner

William Shatner (March 22, 1931 Côte Saint-Luc-) also known as William Shanter, William Alan Shatner, Billy, The Shat, Bill Shatner, Bill, William Schattner or Fear of Pop is a Canadian actor, spokesperson, novelist, film director, musician, television producer, voice actor, screenwriter, television director, singer, comedian, writer and film producer. He has four children, Melanie Shatner, Lisabeth Shatner, Leslie Carol Shatner and Daniel Shatner.

His albums include The Transformed Man / How Insensitive, The Transformed Man, Has Been, William Shatner Live, Seeking Major Tom, Spaced Out: The Very Best of Leonard Nimoy & William Shatner, Exodus: An Oratorio in Three Parts, She's a Lady and Ponder the Mystery.

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Mordecai Richler

Mordecai Richler (January 27, 1931 Montreal-July 3, 2001 Montreal) otherwise known as Mordecai Richler, CC was a Canadian writer, screenwriter, essayist and author. His children are called Daniel Richler, Jacob Richler, Noah Richler, Emma Richler and Martha Richler.

His albums: Jacob Two Two and the Dinosaur.

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Bruce Haack

Bruce Haack (May 4, 1931 Nordegg-September 26, 1988 West Chester) a.k.a. Haack, Bruce was a Canadian musician and record producer.

Discography: Dance Sing and Listen, Dance Sing and Listen Again, The Way-Out Record For Children, Electronic Record for Children, Together, Captain Entropy, Haackula, Electric Lucifer: Book 2, Bite and Hush Little Robot. Genres: Children's music, Space age pop, Electronic music and Psychedelic rock.

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Kenneth Gilbert

Kenneth Gilbert (December 16, 1931 Montreal-) a.k.a. Gilbert, Kenneth is a Canadian harpsichordist and actor.

His albums include Das wohltemperierte Clavier 1 & 2 (harpsichord: Kenneth Gilbert), Die Kunst der Fuge, Concertos for 2 Harpsichords, Baroque Organ Masters, Les Indes galantes, , Die Konzerte für 3 und 4 Cembali, Inventionen und Sinfonien (feat. harpsichord: Kenneth Gilbert) and Cembalo Konzerte.

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Derek Holman

Derek Holman (May 16, 1931 Cornwall-) otherwise known as Holman, Derek is a Canadian , .

Derek Holman is a Canadian composer and conductor. He began his music career as a chorister and then a church organist in England. After immigrating to Canada in 1964, he became the director of music at the University of Toronto's Hart House, where he founded the University of Toronto Chorus.

Holman has composed numerous choral works, including three operas, and his music has been performed by many Canadian and international ensembles. He has won several awards for his contributions to Canadian music, including the Order of Ontario and the Order of Canada.

In addition to his work as a composer, Holman is also a respected conductor. He has conducted a number of orchestras and choirs, both in Canada and abroad. He has also taught at a number of universities, including the University of Toronto, the University of Western Ontario, and the Royal Conservatory of Music.

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Raymond Berthiaume

Raymond Berthiaume (May 9, 1931 Québec-June 23, 2009 Montreal) also known as Berthiaume, Raymond was a Canadian singer, musician, record producer and composer.

His albums: Chansons inoubliables du Cocktail Lounge, Les grands succès and Noël et toi. Genres: Jazz, Film score and Ballad.

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