Famous musicians born in the year 1949

Here are 50 famous musicians from the world were born in 1949:

Gloria Gaynor

Gloria Gaynor (September 7, 1949 Newark-) also known as Glorai Gaynor, Gloria Gynor, Gloria Fowles, Gloria Ganor, Gaynor, Gloria, Gloria Gaynor Revue, First Lady of Disco, Queen of Disco, Gloria Gayner or Gayner, Gloria is an American singer, singer-songwriter, actor and musician.

Discography: The Best of Gloria Gaynor, Greatest Hits, Mega Medley, Love Songs, I'll Be There, The Collection, The Very Best of Gloria Gaynor, I Will Survive: The Anthology, 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Gloria Gaynor and I Will Survive: The 20th Anniversary Collection. Genres she performed: House music, Urban contemporary, Hi-NRG, Dance-pop, Disco, Jazz, Adult contemporary music, Contemporary R&B and Rhythm and blues.

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Lindsey Buckingham

Lindsey Buckingham (October 3, 1949 Palo Alto-) a.k.a. Lindsey Adams Buckingham, Buckingham, Lindsey or Fleetwood Mac is an American singer, guitarist, record producer, singer-songwriter, songwriter and musician. His children are called William Gregory Buckingham, Stella Buckingham and Leelee Buckingham.

His discography includes: Law and Order, Under the Skin, Go Insane, Out of the Cradle, Live at the Bass Performance Hall, Gift of Screws, Buckingham Nicks, Seeds We Sow, Songs from the Small Machine: Live in L.A at Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, CA / 2011 and One Man Show. His related genres: Rock music, New Wave and Pop music.

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Billy Joel

Billy Joel (May 9, 1949 The Bronx-) also known as William Martin Joel, Mr. Long Island, Joe, The Piano Man, Bill Martin or Billy is an American singer-songwriter, pianist, composer, lyricist, orchestrator, businessperson, musician and voice actor. His child is Alexa Ray Joel.

His albums: Cold Spring Harbor, Piano Man, Streetlife Serenade, Turnstiles, The Stranger, 52nd Street, Glass Houses, Songs in the Attic, The Nylon Curtain and An Innocent Man. Genres: Pop music, Rock music, Hard rock, Piano rock, Classical music, Pop rock, Blue-eyed soul, Soft rock, Jazz, Blues, Folk rock, Contemporary classical music and Rock and roll.

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Rick Wakeman

Rick Wakeman (May 18, 1949 Perivale-) also known as Richard Christopher Wakeman, Grand High Wizard of Prog, Yes, Rick, Wakey, Richard, Richard Christopher "Rick" Wakeman, Caped Crusader, Reg Brooks or English Rock Ensemble is a British musician, keyboard player, songwriter, composer and film score composer. He has six children, Benjamin Wakeman, Adam Wakeman, Oscar Wakeman, Jemma Wakeman, Oliver Wakeman and Amanda Wakeman.

Discography: Piano Vibrations, The Six Wives of Henry VIII, The Myths and Legends of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, White Rock, Silent Nights, Creepshow 2, The Gospels, In the Beginning, African Bach and Softsword: King John and the Magna Charter. Genres he performed include Progressive rock, Pop music, Rock music, Electronica, Jazz fusion, Classical music, Christian music, Electronic dance music, Ambient music, Hard rock and New-age music.

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Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen (September 23, 1949 Long Branch-) also known as Bruce Springteen, The Boss, Bruce Frederick Joseph Springsteen, Bad Scooter or Bruce 'Da Boss' Springsteen is an American musician, singer-songwriter and film producer. He has three children, Jessica Rae Springsteen, Sam Ryan Springsteen and Evan James Springsteen.

Related albums: Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J., The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle, Born to Run, Darkness on the Edge of Town, The River, Nebraska, Born in the U.S.A., Tunnel of Love, Human Touch and Lucky Town. His related genres: Folk music, Heartland rock, Rock music, Hard rock, Blues rock, Folk rock, Americana, Roots rock, Country rock, Jersey Shore sound, Country and Rock and roll.

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Brent Spiner

Brent Spiner (February 2, 1949 Houston-) also known as Brent Jay Spiner, Spiner, Brent, Brandt Jay Spiner or Brent Mintz is an American actor, voice actor, comedian and musician. He has one child, Jackson Spiner.

His albums: Ol' Yellow Eyes Is Back.

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Bonnie Raitt

Bonnie Raitt (November 8, 1949 Burbank-) a.k.a. Bonny Raitt, Bonnie Rait or Bonnie Lynn Raitt is an American musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, actor, political activist and film score composer.

Her discography includes: Bonnie Raitt, Give It Up, Takin My Time, Streetlights, Home Plate, Sweet Forgiveness, The Glow, Green Light, Nine Lives and Nick of Time. Genres she performed: Blues, Country, Blue-eyed soul, Blues rock, Folk rock, Pop music and Americana.

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Paul Shaffer

Paul Shaffer (November 28, 1949 Thunder Bay-) also known as Paul "The Shiv" Shaffer, Paul Allan Shaffer, Wayne 'Fatboy' Ewing, Paul Allen Wood Shaffer, Johnny Carwash, Paul A. Shaffer, Paul W. Shaffer, Howard Shore and His Band of Angels, The Blues Brothers Band, The Honeydrippers, Paul 'The Shiv' Shaffe or Paul 'The Shiv' Shaffer is an American comedian, singer, author, musician, actor, bandleader, voice actor, composer, film score composer and music director. He has two children, William Wood Lee Shaffer and Victoria Lily Shaffer.

His albums include The World's Most Dangerous Party and Coast to Coast.

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Robin Gibb

Robin Gibb (December 22, 1949 Douglas-May 20, 2012 London) also known as ROBIN GIBB, Robin Hugh Gibb, Robin or Robin Hugh Gibb, CBE was a British singer, songwriter, composer, actor, musician, record producer and film score composer. He had four children, Spencer Gibb, Melissa Gibb, Robin-John Gibb and Snow Evelyn Robin Juliet Gibb.

His albums include Robin's Reign, How Old Are You, Magnet, Magnetic Tour, Secret Agent, Sing Slowly Sisters, My Favourite Christmas Carols, Juliet, Live with the Neue Philharmonie Frankfurt Orchestra and Walls Have Eyes. Genres: Pop music, Disco, Rock music, Pop rock, Adult contemporary music, Soft rock, Blue-eyed soul, Funk, Synthpop, New Wave, Baroque pop, Psychedelic pop and Psychedelic rock.

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Charytín Goyco

Charytín Goyco (May 23, 1949 El Seibo-) otherwise known as Charytín, María del Rosario Goico Rodríguez, Rosario Goyco, Charytin Goico, Charytin Ortiz or La Rubia de America is a Dominican talk show host, singer and actor. She has three children, Shalim Ortiz, Sharina Ortiz and Alexander Ortiz.

Her albums: Guitarras y Violines, Sutil, Verdades Desnudas and De Regreso Al Pasado.

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Rick Springfield

Rick Springfield (August 23, 1949 South Wentworthville-) also known as Springfield, Rick, Richard Lewis Springthorpe, Rick Springthorpe, Richard Springthorpe or Rick is an Australian singer, songwriter, musician, actor, singer-songwriter, guitarist and author. He has two children, Liam Springthorpe and Joshua Springthorpe.

His discography includes: Success Hasn't Spoiled Me Yet, Greatest Hits, The Best of Rick Springfield, Legendary Rick Springfield, Shock/Denial/Anger/Acceptance, 12 Inch Collection, Beginnings, Best Of, Living in Oz and Platinum & Gold Collection: Rick Springfield. Genres he performed include Pop rock, Pop music, Rock music, Power pop and Hard rock.

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Maurice Gibb

Maurice Gibb (December 22, 1949 Douglas-January 12, 2003 Miami Beach) otherwise known as Maurice Ernest Gibb, Gibb, Maurice, Maurice Ernest Gibb CBE, The Quiet One or Mo was a singer, record producer, singer-songwriter, musician, actor and film score composer. He had two children, Samantha Gibb and Adam Gibb.

His discography includes: A Breed Apart. Genres: Pop music, Disco, Rock music, Soft rock, Blue-eyed soul, Funk, Adult contemporary music, Progressive rock and Blues rock.

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Hank Williams Jr.

Hank Williams Jr. (May 26, 1949 Shreveport-) otherwise known as Hank Williams Jr, Williams Jr, Hank, Hank Jr., Hank Williams Junior, Hank Williams, Jnr., Hank Williams Jnr., HWJr, Bocephus, Randall Hank Williams or Rocking Randall Hank is an American singer, musician, singer-songwriter, record producer and multi-instrumentalist. His children are Holly Williams, Hank Williams III, Samuel Williams, Katharine Diane Williams and Hilary Williams.

Discography: One Night Stands, The New South, Family Tradition, Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound, High Notes, Strong Stuff, Hank Williams, Jr.'s Greatest Hits, Vol. 2, America (The Way I See It), Lone Wolf and Best of Hank Williams, Jr.. Genres he performed: Southern rock, Outlaw country, Country, Country rock, Blues and Blues rock.

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Lionel Richie

Lionel Richie (June 20, 1949 Tuskegee-) also known as Lionel Ritchie, Lionel Brockman Richie, Jr., Lionel Brockman Richie Jr., Raioneru Ritchî or /m/016vqk is an American record producer, musician, actor, singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He has three children, Nicole Richie, Miles Brockman Richie and Sofia Richie.

His albums: Lionel Richie, Can't Slow Down, Back to Front, Dancing on the Ceiling, Louder Than Words, Renaissance, Encore, Gold, Coming Home and Sounds of the Season. His related genres: Country, Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Soul music, Quiet Storm, Soft rock, Adult contemporary music, Contemporary hit radio, Contemporary R&B, Pop rock, Rock music and Gospel music.

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Trevor Horn

Trevor Horn (July 15, 1949 Durham, England-) also known as Trever Horn, Trevor Charles Horn, Horn, Trevor, The Buggles or Buggles is a British record producer, musician, singer-songwriter and composer. His children are called Aaron Horn, William Horn, Gabriella Horn and Alexandra Horn.

Genres he performed include Synthpop, Rock music, Ballad, Progressive rock, Electronica, Soul music, Disco, Electronic dance music, Rock and roll, New Wave and Electronic music.

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Gil Scott-Heron

Gil Scott-Heron (April 1, 1949 Chicago-May 27, 2011 New York City) also known as Gill Scott Heron, Scott-Heron, Gil, Gil Scott, Gil Scot-Heron, Gil Scott Heron, Gilbert "Gil" Scott-Heron, Gilbert Scott-Heron or Gil Dcott-Heron was an American author, poet, songwriter, writer, singer, rapper, artist, musician, film score composer and music artist. He had five children, Gia Scott-Heron, Rumal Rackley, Raquiyah Kelly Heron, Chegianna Newton and Nia Kelly.

Discography: Ghetto Style, Glory: The Gil Scott-Heron Collection, Moving Target, Real Eyes, Reflections, Spirits, The Best of Gil Scott-Heron, The Mind of Gil Scott Heron, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised and Tales of Gil Scott-Heron. Genres he performed: Jazz-funk, Spoken word, Soul music, Jazz, Spoken Word Soul, Fusion, Folk music, Blues and Rap music.

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Richard Thompson

Richard Thompson (April 3, 1949 Notting Hill Gate-) a.k.a. Richard Thonpson, Thompson, Richard or Richard John Thompson is a British singer, musician, singer-songwriter, guitarist, songwriter and film score composer. He has two children, Teddy Thompson and Kamila Thompson.

His albums include Henry The Human Fly, guitar / vocal, Strict Tempo!, Hand of Kindness, Small Town Romance, Across a Crowded Room, Daring Adventures, Amnesia, Rumor and Sigh and Sweet Talker. Genres related to him: Rock music, Folk rock, Electric folk, Psychedelic rock, Hard rock, Alternative rock, Acoustic music and Folk music.

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Adrian Belew

Adrian Belew (December 23, 1949 Covington-) also known as Andrian Belew, Belew, Adrian or Robert Steven Belew is an American guitarist, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer and musician.

His albums: Mr. Music Head, Young Lions, Desire of the Rhino King, Here, Acoustic Adrian Belew, Lone Rhino / Twang Bar King, Side One, Coming Attractions, Pretty Pink Rose and Side Two. Genres: Rock music, Progressive rock, Industrial rock and Experimental rock.

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Roger Meddows Taylor

Roger Meddows Taylor (July 26, 1949 Dersingham-) also known as Roger Taylor, The Cross or Queen is a British singer, musician, record producer, singer-songwriter, drummer, composer and multi-instrumentalist. He has five children, Felix Luther Taylor, Rory Eleanor Taylor, Rufus Tiger Taylor, Tiger Lilly Taylor and Lola Daisy May Taylor.

His discography includes: Fun in Space, Strange Frontier, Happiness?, Electric Fire, Surrender, Fun on Earth, Man On Fire, Nazis 1994, Strange Frontier and My Country. Genres related to him: Hard rock, Heavy metal, Pop rock, Glam rock, Progressive rock and Rock music.

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Arturo Sandoval

Arturo Sandoval (November 6, 1949 Artemisa-) also known as Arturos Sandoval or Sandoval, Arturo is an American jazz pianist, trumpeter, composer, musician and film score composer.

His albums: Tumbaito, I Remember Clifford, Trumpet Evolution, Best of Arturo Sandoval, Flight to Freedom, Live at the Blue Note, My Passion for the Piano, Swingin', Americana and Colors of the Wind. Genres he performed include Jazz and Latin jazz.

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Mark Knopfler

Mark Knopfler (August 12, 1949 Glasgow-) also known as Mark Nofler, Mark Knofler or Mark Freuder Knopfler is a British singer, guitarist, record producer, songwriter, singer-songwriter, musician, film score composer and multi-instrumentalist. He has four children, Benji Knopfler, Joseph Knopfler, Isabella Knopfler and Katya Ruby Rose Knopfler.

Discography: Local Hero, The Princess Bride, Last Exit to Brooklyn, Screenplaying, Golden Heart, Sailing to Philadelphia, A Shot at Glory, The Ragpicker's Dream, Shangri-La and The Trawlerman's Song. Genres he performed: Celtic rock, Rock music, Blues, Country, Blues rock, Roots rock and Country rock.

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Nick Lowe

Nick Lowe (March 24, 1949 Walton-on-Thames-) also known as Lowe, Nick, Nock Lowe, Nicholas Drain Lowe, Nick, Brinsley Schwarz or Nicholas Drain "Nick" Lowe is a British singer, musician, singer-songwriter, bassist and songwriter. His child is called Roy Lowe.

Discography: Jesus of Cool, Labour of Lust, Nick the Knife, Pinker and Prouder Than Previous, Party of One, The Impossible Bird, Dig My Mood, The Convincer, Untouched Takeaway and 16 All-Time Lowes. Genres: Rock music, Pub rock, Power pop, New Wave, Rock and roll and Punk rock.

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Twiggy (September 19, 1949 Neasden-) also known as Twiggy Lawson, Lesley Hornby, Leslie Hornby or Lesley Lawson is an English singer, model and actor. She has one child, Carly Witney.

Her albums: London Pride. Genres she performed: Pop music.

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Joseph Hill

Joseph Hill (January 22, 1949 Jamaica-August 19, 2006 Berlin) a.k.a. Hill, Joseph was a Jamaican singer.

His related genres: Reggae and Roots reggae.

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Patti LuPone

Patti LuPone (April 21, 1949 Northport-) also known as Patti Ann LuPone or Patti Lupone is an American singer and actor. She has one child, Joshua Luke Johnston.

Her most important albums: Heatwave: Patti Lupone Sings Irving Berlin, The Lady With the Torch, Weill: Rise And Fall Of The City Of Mahagonny, Live, Patti Lupone at Les Mouches and Matters of the Heart.

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Geezer Butler

Geezer Butler (July 17, 1949 Aston-) also known as Terence Michael Joseph Butler, Butler, Geezer, Terence Butler, Terence Michael Joseph "Geezer" Butler or Geezer is an English bassist, musician, songwriter and lyricist. He has one child, Terrence Butler.

Genres he performed: Heavy metal, Rock music, Hard rock, Doom metal and Blues rock.

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Fred Frith

Fred Frith (February 17, 1949 Heathfield-) also known as Frith, Fred is a British musician, composer, guitarist, educator and film score composer. He has two children, Finn Liss Frith and Lucia Liss Frith.

His albums: Pacifica, Accidental: Music for Dance, Volume 3, Cheap at Half the Price, Clearing, Eye to Ear, Gravity, Guitar Solos, Middle of the Moment, Quartets and Speechless. His related genres: Avant-progressive rock, Free improvisation, Experimental music, Experimental rock and Film score.

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Robert Palmer

Robert Palmer (January 19, 1949 Batley-September 26, 2003 Paris) also known as Robert Plamer, R. Palmer or Robert Allen Palmer was a Swiss singer, musician, record producer and singer-songwriter. He had five children, Anna Palmer, Anthony Palmer, Jane Palmer, Martin Palmer and James Palmer.

His albums: Some Guys Have All the Luck, Riptide, Addicted to Love, Heavy Nova, Addictions, Volume 1, Girl U Want, Woke Up Laughing, The Essential Selection, Addictions: Volume II and Mercy Mercy Me / I Want You. Genres: Pop rock, Rock music, Blue-eyed soul, Soul rock, New Wave, Hard rock, Pop music and Blues rock.

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Bill Bruford

Bill Bruford (May 17, 1949 Sevenoaks-) also known as Bruford, Bill, Tubs, William Scott Bruford, King Crimson, Yes or William Scott "Bill" Bruford is an English musician, songwriter, drummer, percussionist, composer and record producer. He has one child, Alex Bruford.

His albums: Master Strokes 1978-1985, Fragile, Summerfold Collection (disc 1), Close to the Edge, Symphonic Music of Yes, Feels Good to Me, Flags, If Summer Had Its Ghosts, Earthworks Underground Orchestra and Music for Piano and Drums. His related genres: Jazz, Rock music, Progressive rock, Instrumental rock and Jazz fusion.

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Roy Bittan

Roy Bittan (July 2, 1949 Rockaway Beach-) also known as Bittan, Roy, The Professor, Roy J. Bittan or Professor Roy Bittan is an American musician, songwriter and keyboard player.

Genres related to him: Rock music, Folk rock, Rock and roll and Rhythm and blues.

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John Farnham

John Farnham (July 1, 1949 Dagenham-) also known as Johnny Farnham, John Earnham, John Peter Farnham, The Voice, Whispering Jack, John Peter Farnham AO or Farnsy is an English singer, singer-songwriter, musician and actor. He has two children, Robert Farnham and James Farnham.

His albums include Whispering Jack, Anthology 3: Rarities, One Voice: The Greatest Hits, 33 1/3, Age of Reason, Anthology 1, Highlights From the Main Event, Everytime You Cry, I Remember When I Was Young: Songs From the Great Australian Song Book and The Best of John Farnham. Genres: Pop music, Rock music, Adult contemporary music, Pop rock, Soft rock and Arena rock.

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Carolyn Watkinson

Carolyn Watkinson (March 19, 1949 Preston, Lancashire-) otherwise known as Watkinson, Carolyn is a British singer.

Her discography includes: Agostino Steffani: Duetti da Camera, Gloria / Nulla in mundo pax sincera / Nisi Dominus / Cantatas, Solomon and Requiem.

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David Foster

David Foster (November 1, 1949 Victoria-) also known as David Walter Foster, Foster, David, David Foster & Friends, Foster, David & Friends, David Walter Foster, OC, OBC or D. Foster is a Canadian record producer, songwriter, composer, television producer, actor, musician, singer, music arranger, keyboard player, film score composer and music director. He has five children, Sara Foster, Erin Foster, Amy Foster-Gillies, Jordan Foster and Allison Jones.

His albums: Rechordings, River of Love, The Best of Me, The Symphony Sessions, David Foster, Love Stories, A Touch of China, O Canada 2001, Love Lights the World and TIME PASSING. Genres: Pop rock, Pop music, Classical music, Contemporary R&B and Gospel music.

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Ric Ocasek

Ric Ocasek (March 23, 1949 Baltimore-) also known as Rick Ocasek, R. Ocasek, Richard Otcasek, Richard T Otcasek, Richard T. Otcasek or The Cars is an American record producer, singer, guitarist, songwriter, musician, actor, film score composer and film producer. He has five children, Eron Otcasek, Derek Otsacek, Jonathan Raven Ocasek, Oliver Orion Ocasek and Christopher Otcasek.

His albums: Fireball Zone, Nexterday, Beatitude, This Side of Paradise, Quick Change World, Troublizing, Negative Theater, , and . Genres he performed include Pop rock, New Wave, Garage rock, Protopunk, Bubblegum pop, Rock music, Alternative rock and Power pop.

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Gregg Diamond

Gregg Diamond (May 4, 1949 New York City-March 14, 1999 United States of America) otherwise known as Diamond, Gregg, Greg Diamond or Diamond, Greg was an American , .

Discography: Star Cruiser and Danger / Stand Up and Dance. Genres he performed include Pop rock, Disco, Pop music, Jazz and Glam rock.

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T. S. Monk

T. S. Monk (December 27, 1949 New York City-) also known as T.S. Monk, Thelonious Monk Jr., TS Monk, Monk, T.S. or T.S. Monk Band is an American jazz musician, musician, drummer, composer and bandleader.

His albums: Changing of the Guard, Human, Take One, Monk, Bon Bon Vie (Gimme The Good Life), House of Music and Higher Ground. Genres he performed include Jazz, Hard bop, Post-bop, Neo-bop jazz, Funk and Soul music.

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B. B. Dickerson

B. B. Dickerson (August 3, 1949 California-) a.k.a. Morris "B.B." Dickerson is an American , .

musician and bass player, best known as a founding member and bassist of the funk and soul band War. Born and raised in California, he first began his music career by playing bass for different bands in his hometown. In 1969, he co-founded War alongside Howard E. Scott, Harold Brown, Lee Oskar, and others. The band became known for their unique blend of funk, rock, jazz, and Latin music, and produced hits such as "Low Rider", "Why Can't We Be Friends?", and "Cisco Kid." Dickerson's melodic basslines and distinctive sound played a crucial role in defining the band's sound. He was also known for his energetic performances on stage. Dickerson remained with War until the early 2000s and continued to play and perform music throughout his career. Today, he is regarded as a legendary bassist and a pioneer of funk and soul music.

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Francis Rossi

Francis Rossi (May 29, 1949 Forest Hill, London-) also known as Francis Dominic Nicholas Michael Rossi or Rossi, Francis is an English singer, musician, songwriter and guitarist.

Discography: King of the Doghouse. His related genres: Rock music, Hard rock, Rock and roll, Boogie rock, Blues rock and Psychedelic rock.

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Ulf Lundell

Ulf Lundell (November 20, 1949 Stockholm-) a.k.a. Ulf Lundell is a Swedish writer, singer, author, poet, screenwriter, singer-songwriter, musician, songwriter and composer. His children are Sanna Lundell, Carl Lundell, Love Lundell and Sasha Lundell.

Discography: Törst, Nådens år, Bergets topp / Sista porten, Ripp Rapp, Längre inåt landet, 12 sånger, Evangeline, Utanför Murarna, Livslinjen 1975-91 and Preskiberade Romanser 1978-88. Genres related to him: Rock music.

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Red Symons

Red Symons (June 13, 1949 Brighton-) also known as Redmond Symons is an Australian actor, film score composer, presenter, musician, writer and guitarist. He has three children, Joel Symons, Samuel Symons and Raphael Symons.

Red Symons grew up in a musical family and started playing the piano at the age of six. He joined the band Skyhooks in the 1970s as a guitarist and songwriter, and they became one of Australia's most successful rock bands of that era. After the band's breakup, Symons pursued a solo career in music and released several albums.

In addition to his music career, Symons has also acted in a number of films and television shows, including the Australian drama series "The Henderson Kids" and the comedy film "Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger." He has also composed film scores for movies such as "Going Down" and "He Died with a Felafel in His Hand."

Symons is perhaps best known as a presenter on Australian radio and television. He spent many years as a co-host on the popular music show "Countdown," and later went on to host his own radio show on ABC Radio Melbourne. He has also appeared as a guest on shows such as "Spicks and Specks" and "The Project."

Symons has had a long and varied career in the entertainment industry, and continues to be a much-loved figure in Australian media.

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Bill Wallace

Bill Wallace (May 18, 1949 Winnipeg-) is a Canadian , .

Genres: Rock and roll.

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Thomas Clausen

Thomas Clausen (October 5, 1949 Copenhagen-) is a Danish jazz pianist.

His albums include Copenhagen Groove and Spanish Blue. Genres he performed include Jazz.

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Michael Brecker

Michael Brecker (March 29, 1949 Cheltenham-January 13, 2007 New York City) a.k.a. Brecker, Michael was an American composer and musician.

Related albums: Michael Brecker, Now You See It... (Now You Don't), Grey, Time Is of the Essence, Don't Try This at Home, Pilgrimage, Two Blocks From the Edge, Wide Angles, Directions in Music: Live at Massey Hall and Nearness of You: The Ballad Book. Genres: Funk, Jazz, Rock music, Rhythm and blues, Jazz fusion and Post-bop.

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Alan White

Alan White (June 14, 1949 Ferryhill-) otherwise known as Plastic Ono Band, The Plastic Ono Band or Yes is an English musician, drummer and percussionist. His children are Jesse White and Casse White.

His albums: Ramshackled, Going for the One, Relayer, Run With the Fox and Levin Torn White. Genres he performed include Progressive rock, Classic rock, Pop rock and Hard rock.

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Jerry Harrison

Jerry Harrison (February 21, 1949 Milwaukee-) also known as Harrison Jerry, Jeremiah Griffith Harrison, Jeremiah Griffin Harrison or Jeremiah Griffin "Jerry" Harrison is an American record producer, guitarist, musician, songwriter, film score composer and actor.

His albums: The Red and the Black, Walk on Water and Casual Gods. Genres he performed: Indie pop, Art rock, New Wave and Rock and roll.

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David Robinson

David Robinson (April 2, 1949 Woburn-) otherwise known as Robinson, David is an American drummer and musician.

Genres related to him: New Wave and Rock music.

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Barriemore Barlow

Barriemore Barlow (September 10, 1949 Birmingham-) also known as Barlow, Barriemore or Barrie Barlow is an English drummer, musician, songwriter and record producer.

Genres he performed: Rock music, Alternative rock, Hard rock, Progressive rock and Heavy metal.

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Arthur Kane

Arthur Kane (February 3, 1949 The Bronx-July 13, 2004 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Kane, Arthur was an American bassist.

Genres he performed include Punk rock, Glam rock, Rock and roll and Glam punk.

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John Savage

John Savage (August 25, 1949 Old Bethpage-) a.k.a. John Smeallie Youngs, John Youngs or Savage is an American actor and film producer. He has two children, Lachlan Youngs and Jennifer Youngs.

Savage attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts and then started his acting career in the late 1960s. He gained critical acclaim for his role in the Vietnam War film "The Deer Hunter" (1978) directed by Michael Cimino, which was also his film debut. He received the nomination for the Golden Globe Award for his performance in the film.

Throughout his career, he appeared in numerous films and television shows including "Hair" (1979), "The Onion Field" (1979), and "Do The Right Thing" (1989) among others. He also worked behind the scenes as a producer on various films such as "The Thin Blue Lie" (2000) and "The Elevated" (2011).

Aside from acting, Savage is also involved in various activism efforts. He is a member of the Veterans for Peace group and has been a vocal advocate for environmental protection and animal rights. He also serves on the board of directors for the Whaleman Foundation, a non-profit organization devoted to ocean conservation.

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Vicki Lawrence

Vicki Lawrence (March 26, 1949 Inglewood-) also known as Vicki Lawerence, Vicki Ann Axelrad, Lawrence, Vicki, Mama, Vicki Lawrence Schultz, Vickie Lawrence or Vicki Lawrence-Schultz is an American singer, actor, comedian and musician. She has two children, Courtney Allison Schultz and Garrett Lawrence Schultz.

Her albums: The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia.

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