English musicians born in 1932

Here are 8 famous musicians from England were born in 1932:

Petula Clark

Petula Clark (November 15, 1932 Epsom-) also known as Petula Sally Olwen Clark, Clark, Petula, Petula Clarke, Pet, Our Pet, Al Grant or Petula Clark, CBE is an English singer, actor, composer and film score composer. She has three children, Katherine Natalie Wolff, Barbara Michelle Wolff and Patrick Wolff.

Her albums include I Couldn't Live Without Your Love, The Special Collection, Greatest Hits, Les Années Petula, Anthologie, Volume 5: 1966-1968, The Very Best Of, Kaléïdoscope (disc 1), 16 Most Requested Songs, 41 succès inoubliables and Anthologie, Volume 3: 1963-1964 (disc 3). Genres she performed include Pop music.

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Alexander Goehr

Alexander Goehr (August 10, 1932 Berlin-) a.k.a. Goehr, Alexander is an English composer.

His discography includes: , , and New Music From Britain. Genres: Ballet, Opera and Contemporary classical music.

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Russ Hamilton

Russ Hamilton (January 19, 1932 Liverpool-October 11, 2008 Flintshire) also known as Ronald Hulme was an English singer.

He was a popular crooner in the 1950s and 1960s, known for his smooth voice and romantic ballads. Hamilton had several chart-topping hits in the UK, including "We Will Make Love" and "Rainbow". He also had success in the United States, where he appeared on the popular television program, The Ed Sullivan Show. In addition to his music career, Hamilton was also an actor, appearing in films such as "The Big Chance" and "This Is My Street". He remained active in the music industry throughout his life, performing on cruise ships and at various events until his death in 2008.

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Robert Sherlaw Johnson

Robert Sherlaw Johnson (May 21, 1932 Tyne and Wear-November 3, 2000) was an English , .

composer, guitarist, and musicologist. He studied music at the University of Oxford and later at the Royal College of Music in London. Johnson was known for his compositions for solo guitar and for his research on early music, particularly the lute music of the 16th and 17th centuries.

In addition to his academic work, Johnson performed as a guitarist and gave lectures and recitals around the world. He was also a prolific writer, with numerous articles and essays on music to his name. Johnson was awarded the Medal of the City of Paris for his contributions to the field of music.

Despite his diverse interests, Johnson is perhaps best known for his guitar compositions, which have been widely recorded and performed. His style was influenced by the music of Dowland, Bach, and Barrios, and his works are noted for their technical skill and emotional depth.

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Alma Cogan

Alma Cogan (May 19, 1932 Whitechapel-October 26, 1966 London) also known as Alma Gogan, Alma Angela Cohen or Cogan, Alma was an English singer.

Her albums include The Magic of Alma Cogan, The Ultimate Alma Cogan, Alma Cogan, I Love to Sing, With You in Mind, The a-z of Alma, Bell Bottoms, Dreamboats, Tangos & Eskimos and The Girl With The Laugh In Her Voice. Genres she performed include Traditional pop music.

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Peter O'Toole

Peter O'Toole (August 2, 1932 Connemara-December 14, 2013 London) a.k.a. Peter Seamus O'Toole, Peter Seamus Lorcan O'Toole, Peter O'toole or Peter James O'Toole was an English actor, film producer and voice actor. He had three children, Kate O'Toole, Lorcan O'Toole and Patricia O'Toole.

O'Toole began his acting career on stage in the 1950s and moved on to film in the 1960s, quickly gaining critical acclaim for his roles in films such as "Lawrence of Arabia" (1962), "Becket" (1964), and "The Lion in Winter" (1968). He was nominated for eight Academy Awards during his career but never won, receiving an honorary award in 2003. O'Toole continued to act in films and on stage into his later years, with his final role in the film "Katherine of Alexandria" (2014) released posthumously. He was known for his charismatic presence and deep, distinctive voice.

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Roy Castle

Roy Castle (August 31, 1932 Scholes, Holme Valley-September 2, 1994 Buckinghamshire) otherwise known as Castle, Roy was an English presenter, singer, comedian, actor, dancer and musician. His children are Ben Castle, Norberto Castronuovo, Julia Castle and Antonia Castle.

Castle was best known for presenting the British TV show "Record Breakers" for over 15 years. In addition to his presenting career, he was also a skilled musician who could play over 20 instruments, including the trumpet, saxophone, and guitar. He was also an accomplished athlete and held a world record for tap dancing. Castle sadly passed away from lung cancer in 1994, and his legacy continues to be celebrated through the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, a charity that raises awareness and funds research for the disease.

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Des O'Connor

Des O'Connor (January 12, 1932 Stepney-) also known as Desmond Bernard O'Connor or Des O' Connor is an English presenter, singer, songwriter, singer-songwriter, comedian and musician.

His albums: Portrait, The Best of Des O'Connor and Blue Days. His related genres: Easy listening.

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