Here are 48 famous musicians from England were born in 1948:
Dave Mattacks (March 13, 1948 England-) also known as Mattacks, Dave or David James Mattacks is an English drummer.
His discography includes: Morris On.
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Nick Drake (June 19, 1948 Yangon-November 25, 1974 Tanworth-in-Arden) also known as Drake, Nick, Nicholas Rodney "Nick" Drake, Nick or Nicholas Rodney Drake was an English singer, guitarist, singer-songwriter, musician and songwriter.
His albums include Five Leaves Left, Bryter Layter, Pink Moon, Time of No Reply, Way to Blue: An Introduction to Nick Drake, Magic, Made to Love Magic, A Treasury, Heaven in a Wild Flower: An Exploration of Nick Drake and Second Grace. Genres he performed: Folk music and Folk rock.
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Robert Plant (August 20, 1948 West Bromwich-) a.k.a. Robert Anthony Plant, Plant, Robert, Robert Plant and the Band of Joy, Robert Plant and The Strange Sensation, The Golden God or Percy is an English singer, musician, singer-songwriter and lyricist. His children are called Carmen Jane Plant, Karac Pendragon Plant, Logan Romero Plant and Jesse Lee Plant.
His most well known albums: Pictures at Eleven, The Principle of Moments, Shaken 'n' Stirred, Now and Zen, Manic Nirvana, Fate of Nations, Dreamland, 29 Palms, Heaven Knows and Hurting Kind (I've Got My Eyes on You). Genres: Heavy metal, Progressive rock, World music, Hard rock, Folk rock, Blues rock, Folk metal, Country, Country rock, Alternative rock, Rock music and Rock and roll.
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John Bonham (May 31, 1948 Redditch-September 25, 1980 Clewer) also known as Bonzo, Bonham, John, John Henry Bonham or Bonzo, The Beast was an English drummer, musician, songwriter and percussionist. He had two children, Jason Bonham and Zoë Bonham.
His albums: Rock and Roll Highway. Genres he performed include Hard rock, Heavy metal, Folk rock and Blues rock.
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Chris Squire (March 4, 1948 London-) also known as Fish, Christopher Russell Edward Squire, Yes or Christopher Russell Edward "Chris" Squire is an English singer, musician, singer-songwriter, bassist, film score composer and guitarist. He has four children, Xilan Squire, Camille Squire, Cameron Squire and Chandrika Squire.
His albums include Fish Out of Water, Fragile, Going for the One, Close to the Edge, Relayer, Run With the Fox, Swiss Choir, Conspiracy, Conspiracy Live and Conspiracy: The Unknown. Genres he performed include Progressive rock, Pop rock, Rock music and Symphonic rock.
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Tony Iommi (February 19, 1948 Handsworth, West Midlands-) also known as Francis Anthony Iommi, Iommi, Tony, Frank Iommi or Anthony Frank "Tony" Iommi is an English guitarist, songwriter, musician and record producer. His child is Toni-Marie Iommi.
Discography: Eighth star, Fused, Iommi and The 1996 DEP Sessions. Genres he performed: Heavy metal, Hard rock, Blues, Jazz, Blues rock and Doom metal.
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Elaine Paige (March 5, 1948 London Borough of Barnet-) also known as Elaine Page, Elaine Bickerstaff, Paige, Elaine, Elaine Jill Bickerstaff or Elaine Mary Bickerstaff is an English singer and actor.
Related albums: The Collection, Centre Stage: The Very Best of Elaine Paige, Performance, The Queen Album, Piaf, Encore, Essential Musicals, Stages, Elaine Paige Live and On Reflection: The Very Best of Elaine Paige. Genres: Pop music and Musical theatre.
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Peter Hammill (November 5, 1948 Ealing-) a.k.a. Hammill, Peter is an English singer, record producer and songwriter.
His albums include The Future Now, A Black Box, Sitting Targets, In a Foreign Town, Out of Water, Room Temperature Live, Skeletons of Songs, Offensichtlich Goldfisch, There Goes the Daylight and Roaring Forties. Genres he performed include Art rock, Rock music, Progressive rock and Avant-garde.
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Jeremy Spencer (July 4, 1948 Hartlepool-) a.k.a. Spencer, Jeremy or Jeremy Cedric Spencer is an English guitarist.
Related albums: Jeremy Spencer and the Children, Flee, Jeremy Spencer, In Concert - India 98, Precious Little, Bend in the Road and Coventry Blue. Genres he performed include Rock music, Blues and Rock and roll.
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Rick Parfitt (October 12, 1948 Woking-) a.k.a. Parfitt, Rick, Richard John Parfitt or Parfitt, Richard J. is an English singer, musician, songwriter and guitarist.
His most recognized albums: Highlights in Slow Motion. Genres he performed include Hard rock, Rock music, Soft rock, Boogie rock, Rock and roll, Blues rock and Psychedelic rock.
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Tim Staffell (February 24, 1948 Ealing-) also known as Staffell, Tim is an English singer and animator.
Genres: Progressive rock and Rock music.
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Tim Hart (January 9, 1948 Lincoln-December 24, 2009 La Gomera) also known as Hart, Tim was an English singer, musician, writer and photographer.
His albums include My Very Favourite Nursery Rhyme Record, The Drunken Sailor and other Kids Favourites, Tim Hart, Summer Solstice, Folk Songs of Olde England, Volume 2 and Folk Songs of Olde England, Volume 1. Genres he performed: Electric folk.
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John Hendy (April 11, 1948-) is an English singer and barrister.
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Terry Williams (January 11, 1948 Swansea-) also known as Williams, Terry, Terrence William or Terrence "Terry" Williams is an English drummer and musician.
Genres: Rock music, Blues and Progressive rock.
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Richard Hickox (March 5, 1948 Stokenchurch-November 23, 2008 Swansea) also known as Hickox, Richard was an English conductor and music director. His children are Tom Hickox, Abigail Hickox and Adam Hickox.
His albums: Rusalka, Piano Concerto no. 1 / Piano Concerto no. 2 / Penguinski, Symphony no. 4 / Mass in G minor / Six Choral Songs, A London Symphony, Within a Dream: A Celebration of the Artistry of Richard Hickox, Carmina Burana, The Planets, The Consul, Lyra Angelica / Autumn Legend / Pastoral Fantasia / Tragic Interlude and Elijah.
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Dale Griffin (October 24, 1948 Ross-on-Wye-) also known as Dale "Buffin" Griffin or Griffin, Dale is an English record producer, drummer and singer.
Genres he performed include Hard rock, Glam rock and Rock music.
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Bob Jackson (January 6, 1948 Coventry-) also known as Robert Jackson is an English singer-songwriter, singer and songwriter.
Genres he performed include Rock music.
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Judge Smith (July 1, 1948 England-) also known as Chris Judge Smith, Christopher John Judge Smith or Smith, Judge is an English singer and songwriter.
His albums include Curly's Airships, The Full English, The Climber and Orfeas. Genres he performed: Alternative rock, Progressive rock, Avant-garde, Opera and Musical theatre.
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John Ford (July 1, 1948 United Kingdom-) also known as Ford, John is an English singer, musician and singer-songwriter.
His albums: John Ford. Genres related to him: Punk rock, Progressive rock, Pop rock, Acoustic music and Psychedelic music.
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Phil Mogg (April 15, 1948 London-) a.k.a. Phillip John Mogg is an English singer, musician and songwriter.
Genres related to him: Rock music, Hard rock and Heavy metal.
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Pete Sears (May 27, 1948 Bromley-) also known as Sears, Pete, Pete Sears & Friends or Sir Sinjin Moonalice is an English singer and musician.
His albums: Watchfire and The Long Haul.
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Andrew Lloyd Webber (March 22, 1948 Kensington-) a.k.a. Andrew Lloyd-Webber, Andrew Webber, Webber Andrew Lloyd, Lloyd Webber, AndrewLloydWebber, A.L.Webber, Andrew Loyd Webber, Baron Lloyd-Webber, Lord Lloyd Webbe, Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lord Lloyd-Webber, Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lord Lloyd Webber, San Jose featuring Rodriguez Argentina or San Jose featuring Rodriguez de Argentino is an English composer, businessperson, songwriter, theatre director, impresario, tv personality, film producer, screenwriter and film score composer. He has five children, Imogen Lloyd Webber, Isabella Aurora Lloyd Webber, Alastair Adam Lloyd Webber, William Richard Lloyd Webber and Nicholas Lloyd Webber.
His discography includes: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (1973 London studio cast), Evita (1976 concept cast), Evita: Premiere American Recording, Cats (1981 original London cast), Cats (1983 Vienna Cast), Cats (1982 original Broadway cast), Cats (1985 Oslo Cast), Cats (1985 Sydney cast), Excerpts from The Phantom of the Opera and Aspects of Love (1989 original London cast). Genres he performed: Musical theatre.
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Leo Sayer (May 21, 1948 Shoreham-by-Sea-) also known as Gerard Hugh Sayer, Leo Sayers or Gerard Sayer is an English singer, singer-songwriter, entertainer and musician.
His albums include Silverbird, World Radio, Cool Touch, The Collection, 20 Great Love Songs, At His Very Best, 20 Greatest Hits, Endless Flight, Endless Journey the Essential and Just a Boy. Genres: Pop music, Pop rock, Disco, Soft rock and Rock music.
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Adrian Legg (May 16, 1948 London-) otherwise known as Legg, Adrian is an English musician, composer and songwriter.
His albums: Guitar Bones, Guitar for Mortals, High Strung Tall Tales, Inheritance, Waiting for a Dancer, Wine, Women & Waltz, Guitars and Other Cathedrals, Mrs. Crowe's Blue Waltz, Fingers and Thumbs and Fretmelt. Genres he performed: Jazz, Ambient music, Acoustic music and Fingerstyle guitar.
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Gordon Giltrap (April 6, 1948 Brenchley-) also known as Giltrap, Gordon is an English singer and guitarist.
His most well known albums: Drifter, Elegy / Perilous Journey, On a Summer's Night, Peacock Party, The Best of Gordon Giltrap, The Solo Album, Troubadour, Fear of the Dark, Perilous Journey and Secret Valentine. Genres he performed: Folk music, Progressive rock and Classical music.
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Twinkle (July 15, 1948 Surbiton-) is an English singer and songwriter.
Her discography includes: Golden Lights. Genres she performed include Pop music.
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Chris Thompson (March 9, 1948 Ashford-) also known as Chris Hamlet Thompson, Thompson, Chris or Christopher Hamlet Thompson is an English singer and guitarist.
His albums: Backtrack 1980-1994, The Challenge (Face It), If You Remember Me - The Very Best, Criminal Tango, Timeline, Won't Lie Down, Excalibur and Toys & Dishes. His related genres: Rock music and Progressive rock.
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Bill Ward (May 5, 1948 Aston-) also known as William Thomas Ward, Ward, Bill, William Ward, WT Ward, Black Sabbath or William Thomas "Bill" Ward is an English musician, songwriter and drummer. He has three children, Nigel Ward, Aaron Ward and Emily Ward.
Discography: Ward One: Along the Way, When the Bough Breaks and Beyond Aston. Genres he performed include Hard rock, Heavy metal, Blues, Blues rock and Doom metal.
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Paul Ryan (October 24, 1948 Leeds-November 29, 1992) a.k.a. Ryan, Paul was an English singer.
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Dennis Waterman (February 24, 1948 Clapham-) also known as Waterman, Dennis or Waterman is an English singer, singer-songwriter, actor and voice actor. His children are Hannah Waterman and Julia Waterman.
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Richard Sinclair (June 6, 1948 Canterbury-) also known as Sinclair, Richard is an English , .
His albums: An Evening Of Magic, R. S. V. P., Somewhere in France and Before a Word Is Said. His related genres: Progressive rock.
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Mike Moran (March 4, 1948 Leeds-) also known as Moran, Mike, Michael Moran, Lynsey De Paul and Mike Moran or Michael (Mike) Moran is an English composer, actor, songwriter, record producer and keyboard player.
His albums: Where Were You?.
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Steve Winwood (May 12, 1948 Handsworth, West Midlands-) also known as Stevie Winwood, Stephen Lawrence Winwood, Winwood, Steve or Steven Winwood is an English singer, guitarist, keyboard player, singer-songwriter, songwriter, musician and record producer. He has four children, Mary-Clare Winwood, Eliza Winwood, Lilly Winwood and Cal Winwood.
His albums: Junction Seven, The Finer Things, 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Steve Winwood, About Time, Talking Back to the Night, Holding On, Keep on Running, Roll With It, Arc of a Diver and Back in the High Life. Genres he performed: Jazz, Psychedelic rock, Rock music, Blue-eyed soul, Blues rock, Rock and roll, Progressive rock, Jazz fusion and Soft rock.
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Ozzy Osbourne (December 3, 1948 Aston-) a.k.a. John Michael Osbourne, John Osbourne, The Blizzard of oz, The Prince of Darkness, The Madman, The Great Ozz, The Godfather of Heavy Metal, Ozzy, John, The Wizard of Ozz or John Michael "Ozzy" Osbourne is an English singer, musician, songwriter, lyricist, composer, author, actor, television producer and voice actor. His children are called Kelly Osbourne, Jessica Starshine Osbourne, Louis John Osbourne, Aimee Osbourne, Jack Osbourne and Elliot Kingsley.
His albums include The Essential 3.0 Ozzy Osbourne, See You on the Other Side, Perry Mason, Live Pigs, I Just Want You, Prince of Darkness, Under Cover, Mama, I'm Coming Home, The Ozzman Cometh and Live at Budokan. Genres: Hard rock, Heavy metal, Doom metal, Blues rock, Glam metal and Alternative metal.
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Kenney Jones (September 16, 1948 Stepney-) a.k.a. Kenny Jones, Kenneth Thomas "Kenney" Jones or Kenneth Thomas Jones is an English drummer. He has six children, Dylan Jones, Jesse Jones, Casey Jones, Jay Jones, Cody Jones and Erin Jones.
His related genres: Rock music and Hard rock.
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John Foxx (September 26, 1948 Chorley-) a.k.a. Dennis Leigh is an English singer.
His albums include Cathedral Oceans III, The Golden Section Tour + The Omnidelic Exotour, The Garden, Modern Art, Metamatic, Assembly, Mr. No, Cathedral Oceans, The Golden Section and Tiny Colour Movies. Genres: Synthpop, New Wave, Psychedelic rock, Ambient music, Electronic music and Glam rock.
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Pick Withers (April 4, 1948 Leicester-) a.k.a. Withers, Pick or David Withers is an English drummer, musician and record producer.
His related genres: Jazz and Rock music.
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Richard Hudson (May 9, 1948 Tottenham-) also known as Hudson, Richard is an English singer, musician and singer-songwriter.
Genres he performed: Punk rock, Progressive rock and Psychedelic music.
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Stephen Cleobury (December 31, 1948 England-) otherwise known as Cleobury, Stephen is an English conductor.
His albums: Ikos, Bax: Mater ora filium / I Sing of a Maiden / This Worldes Joie / Finzi: Magnificat / God Is Gone Up / Lo, the Full, Final Sacrifice, Nine Lessons & Carols, Choral Evensong (Live from King's College, Cambridge), Great European Organs, Number 1 (King's College, Cambridge), The Glory of Venice, Coronation Anthems, A Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols, Israel in Egypt and .
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Les Holroyd (March 12, 1948 Oldham-) otherwise known as Holroyd, Les is an English musician.
His albums: Classic Meets Rock. Genres: Rock music, Progressive rock, Classic rock, Psychedelic rock, Folk rock and Art rock.
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David O'List (December 13, 1948 Chiswick-) also known as O'List, David or Davy O'List is an English singer, guitarist and trumpeter.
Genres he performed: Pop music, Glam rock and Rock music.
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Caleb Quaye (October 9, 1948 London-) also known as Caleb is an English , .
Genres he performed include Rock music and Jazz fusion.
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Ayshea (November 12, 1948 Highgate-) also known as Ayshea Brough, Ayshea Hague or Ayshea DeHavilland is an English actor, singer and presenter.
Genres she performed: Pop music.
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Martin Belmont (December 21, 1948 Bromley-) is an English actor.
His discography includes: The Guest List and Big Guitar. Genres related to him: Rhythm and blues, Soul music, New Wave, Pub rock and Rock music.
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Steve Nardelli (April 10, 1948-) is an English songwriter, musician and singer.
His related genres: Pop rock and Progressive rock.
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Graham Bell (April 17, 1948 Blyth-May 2, 2008 London) otherwise known as Bell, Graham was an English singer.
Genres: Rock music and Blues.
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Edward McGuire (February 15, 1948 Glasgow-) is an English composer and flutist.
His albums: Music for Flute, Guitar and Piano. His related genres: Contemporary classical music, Opera, Ballet and Chamber music.
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Judy Geeson (September 10, 1948 Arundel-) also known as Judith Amanda Geeson, Judith Geeson or Judith Amanda "Judy" Geeson is an English actor.
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