Here are 21 famous musicians from Canada were born in 1942:
René Angélil (January 16, 1942 Montreal-) also known as Rene Angelil, René Angelil or Angelil, René is a Canadian singer, talent manager and actor. He has six children, René-Charles Angelil, Nelson Angelil, Eddy Angelil, Patrick Angelil, Jean-Pierre Angelil and Anne-Marie Angelil.
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Barbara Parkins (May 22, 1942 Vancouver-) a.k.a. Barbara Starkins is a Canadian actor. She has one child, Christina Parkins.
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David Wiffen (March 11, 1942 Redhill-) is a Canadian singer and songwriter.
His discography includes: Coast to Coast Fever, David Wiffen, South of Somewhere, Live at the Bunkhouse Coffeehouse and Songs From the Lost and Found. Genres: Folk music.
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Terry Carisse (July 11, 1942 Ottawa-May 22, 2005 Ottawa) a.k.a. Terrance Victor Carisse was a Canadian singer-songwriter.
Genres he performed include Country.
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Raffi Armenian (June 4, 1942 Cairo-) a.k.a. Armenian, Raffi is a Canadian conductor, pianist, composer, teacher and music director.
Discography: Joyous Light, Chants d'Auvergne, Wagner, Francaix, Dvorak and The Stratford Ensemble.
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Frank "Dunie" Ryan (June 10, 1942 Montreal-November 13, 1984) was a Canadian , .
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Ranee Lee (October 26, 1942 Brooklyn-) also known as Ranee Lee, CM is a Canadian singer, actor, musician, writer and voice actor.
Her most important albums: Seasons of Love, Dark Divas, Ranee Lee Lives Upstairs, Just You, Just Me, I Thought About You..., Maple Groove and Maple Groove - Songs From The Great Canadian Songbook. Genres related to her: Torch song and Vocal jazz.
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Willie Dunn (August 14, 1942 Montreal-August 5, 2013 Ottawa) also known as William Dunn was a Canadian politician, singer, film producer, film director, screenwriter, songwriter, poet and playwright.
Discography: Akwesasne Notes and Son of the Sun.
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André Gagnon (August 2, 1942 Saint-Pacôme, Quebec-) otherwise known as アンドレ・ギャニオン, Andre Gangnon, 앙드레 가뇽, Andre Gagnon, Gagnon, André or André Gagnon, OC is a Canadian composer, conductor, music arranger and actor.
His discography includes: The Complete Best Of André Gagnon, Le pianiste, Twilight Time, André Gagnon au Centre Molson, Les jours tranquilles, Presque bleu, Saisons, Piano solitude, Impressions and Piano.
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Floyd Sneed (November 22, 1942 Calgary-) is a Canadian , .
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Dinah Christie (December 29, 1942 London-) a.k.a. Dinah Barbara Christie is a Canadian actor and singer.
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Howard Dyck (November 17, 1942 Winkler-) is a Canadian conductor.
Genres he performed include Classical music.
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Gale Garnett (July 17, 1942 Auckland-) also known as *Garnett, Gale, Gayle Garnett, Gale ZoÃ« Garnett, Garnett, Gale or Gale Zoë Garnett is a Canadian novelist, singer, actor and author.
Her discography includes: Gale Garnett Sings About Flying & Rainbows & Love & Other Groovy Things.
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Rick Danko (December 29, 1942 Norfolk County-December 10, 1999 Marbletown) a.k.a. Richard Clare Danko, Danko, Rick or Richard Clare 'Rick' Danko was a Canadian singer, bassist, guitarist, record producer, musician and songwriter. His children are Justin Danko, Lisa Danko and Eli Danko.
Discography: Times Like These, Rick Danko, Live on Breeze Hill, Rick Danko in Concert, Cryin' Heart Blues, Danko/Fjeld/Andersen and Ridin' on the Blinds. Genres related to him: Rock music, Rhythm and blues, Country, Blues, Folk music, Folk rock, Country rock and Americana.
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Frank Mills (June 27, 1942 Toronto-) also known as Mills, Frank is a Canadian pianist and musician.
His albums: Sunday Morning Suite, Homeward, Best of Frank Mills: Happy Music, Mr. Music Box Dancer, Prelude to Romance, Sunday Morning Suite, The Twentieth Anniversary: Together Through the Years, Transitions, Over 60 Minutes With... and A Special Christmas.
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Allan Monk (August 19, 1942 Mission-) is a Canadian singer and actor.
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Edith Butler (July 27, 1942 Paquetville-) otherwise known as Édith Butler or Butler, Edith is a Canadian singer.
Discography: Tout un party.
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Trichy Sankaran (July 27, 1942 Tiruchirappalli-) is a Canadian , .
His most recognized albums: Laya Vinyas.
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David Steinberg (August 9, 1942 Winnipeg-) is a Canadian screenwriter, actor, comedian, television director, television producer, author and film director. He has two children, Sasha Steinberg and Rebecca Steinberg.
Related albums: Booga! Booga!, The Incredible Shrinking God, ... Disguised As A Normal Person and Goodbye To The '70s.
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Graham Townsend (June 16, 1942 Toronto-December 3, 1998) also known as Townsend, Graham was a Canadian multi-instrumentalist.
His albums include Favourite Square Dances with Calls.
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Luc Plamondon (March 2, 1942 Saint-Raymond-) also known as Plamondon, Luc is a Canadian lyricist.
His discography includes: Notre-Dame de Paris: Live in Seoul 2005 and Starmania.
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