Famous musicians born in the year 1972

Here are 50 famous musicians from the world were born in 1972:

Carmen Electra

Carmen Electra (April 20, 1972 Sharonville-) a.k.a. Tara Leigh Patrick or Carmen Elektra is an American singer, tv personality, actor, model, dancer, entertainer, author, fitness professional and voice actor.

Her albums include Go Go Dancer, Carmen Electra, Fantasia Erotica, Everybody Get on Up, Fun and I Like It Loud [Explicit].

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Billie Joe Armstrong

Billie Joe Armstrong (February 17, 1972 Oakland-) also known as Billy Joe Armstrong, Billie-Joe Armstrong, Billie Joe, Willam Joseph Armstrong, Armstrong, Billie Joe, BJ, Billie, Fink, Reverend Strychnine Twitch or Wilhelm Fink is an American singer, songwriter, musician, guitarist, actor, composer, businessperson and multi-instrumentalist. He has two children, Joseph Marciano Armstrong and Jakob Danger Armstrong.

Discography: Look for Love and Foreverly. His related genres: Alternative rock, Pop punk, Punk rock, New Wave, Garage rock, Rock music, Heavy metal, Hard rock and Power pop.

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Amon Tobin

Amon Tobin (February 7, 1972 Rio de Janeiro-) also known as Cujo, Amon Adonai Santos de Aravjo Tobin, Player or Tobin, Amon is a Brazilian disc jockey, musician and record producer.

His most important albums: Chaos Theory, Amon Tobin, Verbal (Remixes), Verbal, Out From Out Where, 4 Ton Mantis, Slowly, Supermodified, Permutation and Like Regular Chickens. Genres related to him: Electronica, Electronic music, Drum and bass, Breakbeat, Trip hop, Intelligent dance music, Avant-garde, Big beat, Dubstep, Nu jazz and House music.

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Hanin Elias

Hanin Elias (May 31, 1972 Wittlich-) also known as Hanin or Elias, Hanin is a German singer.

Her albums include Show E.P., In Flames E.P., In Flames Remix E.P., In Flames (1995-1999), No Games No Fun, Future Noir, There's No Love in Tekkno, Live in France 2002, Fatal Box and Get It Back. Genres: Techno, Industrial music, Digital hardcore and Noise.

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Mike Dirnt

Mike Dirnt (May 4, 1972 Berkeley-) a.k.a. Michael Ryan Pritchard, Dirnt, Mike or Van Gough is an American singer, musician, songwriter, bassist and composer. He has three children, Estelle Desiree, Brixton Michael and Ryan Ruby Mae.

Genres he performed include Alternative rock, Pop punk, Punk rock, New Wave, Garage rock, Skate punk, Hardcore punk, Hard rock and Rock music.

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Melissa Auf der Maur

Melissa Auf der Maur (March 17, 1972 Montreal-) also known as Auf der Maur, MAdM, Melisa Auf Der Maur, Melissa Auf Der Maur, Auf der Maur, Melissa or Melissa Gaborian auf der Maur is a Canadian photographer, bassist, actor, record producer, singer-songwriter and film producer. Her child is called River Stone.

Her albums include Followed the Waves, Taste You, This Would Be Paradise, Out of Our Minds, Auf der Maur, Real a Lie and Out of Our Minds. Her related genres: Alternative rock, Post-grunge, Alternative metal and Indie rock.

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Dave Williams

Dave Williams (February 29, 1972 Dallas-August 14, 2002 Manassas) a.k.a. David W. Williams, Dave or Stage was an American singer.

Genres he performed include Hard rock, Alternative metal, Nu metal, Heavy metal and Post-grunge.

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Guto Pryce

Guto Pryce (September 4, 1972 Cardiff-) also known as Pryce, Guto is a British musician and bassist.

His most recognized albums: Furry Selection: Luxury Cuts of Trojan chosen by a Super Furry Animal. His related genres: Indie rock and Alternative rock.

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Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher (September 21, 1972 Burnage-) otherwise known as William Gallagher, William John Paul Gallagher, William John Paul "Liam" Gallagher, Liam, Oasis or Our Kid is an English singer, musician, songwriter, guitarist and fashion designer. His children are called Gene Gallagher, Lennon Gallagher, Molly Gallagher and Gemma Gallagher.

His albums include Going Underground and Boy With the Blues. Genres he performed: Rock music, Britpop and Alternative rock.

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Emily Robison

Emily Robison (August 16, 1972 Pittsfield-) also known as Emily Burns Erwin or Emily Erwin is an American songwriter, musician, record producer, singer, actor, multi-instrumentalist and voice actor. She has three children, Charles Augustus Robison, Henry Benjamin Robison and Julianna Tex Robison.

Genres she performed: Bluegrass, Country rock, Country, Folk music, Alternative country and Blue-eyed soul.

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Mark Hoppus

Mark Hoppus (March 15, 1972 Ridgecrest-) also known as Mark "Fish Guts" Hoppus, Hoppus, Mark, Mark Allan Hoppus, +44, blink-182 or Blink 182 is an American singer, musician, record producer, bassist, presenter, songwriter, guitarist, actor and television producer. His child is called Jack Hoppus.

Genres: Alternative rock, Pop punk, Punk rock, Skate punk and Electronic rock.

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Taylor Hawkins

Taylor Hawkins (February 17, 1972 Fort Worth-) a.k.a. Oliver Taylor Hawkins, Hawkins, Taylor, Foo Fighters, Tay or The Foo Fighters is an American musician, drummer, songwriter and singer. He has two children, Oliver Shane Hawkins and Annabelle Hawkins.

Genres: Alternative rock, Rock music, Progressive rock, Hard rock, Post-grunge, Punk rock and Alternative metal.

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Yasunori Mitsuda

Yasunori Mitsuda (January 21, 1972 Tokuyama, Yamaguchi-) also known as 光田康典, Mitsuda Yasunori, Yasanori Mitsuda or Mitsuda, Yasunori is a Japanese composer and musician.

His albums: Xenogears Original Soundtrack, Xenosaga Original Soundtrack, Chrono Cross Original Soundtrack, Soma Bringer Original Soundtrack, Chrono Trigger Original Soundtrack, Chrono Trigger: The Brink of Time, an cinniùint, ARMODYNE, Chrono Trigger: Original Sound Version and Kirite. Genres he performed include Jazz, Celtic music, Chiptune, Music of Asia, Electronic music, Video game music, World music, Classical music, Vocal music, Orchestra and Acid jazz.

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Sandra Kim

Sandra Kim (October 15, 1972 Saint-Nicolas, Belgium-) a.k.a. Kim, Sandra is a Dutch singer.

Her albums include Ami Ami and .

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Wes Scantlin

Wes Scantlin (June 9, 1972 Kansas City-) also known as Scantlin, Wes, Wesley Reid Scantlin or Wesley Scantlin is an American singer, musician, guitarist and songwriter.

Genres he performed include Post-grunge, Grunge, Alternative rock, Hard rock and Alternative metal.

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Geri Halliwell

Geri Halliwell (August 6, 1972 Watford-) also known as Geri, Geri Haliwell, Geraldine Estelle Halliwell, Ginger Spice, Ginger, Geraldine Estelle Halliwell Hidalgo or Geraldine Estelle "Geri" Halliwell is a British singer, author, songwriter, actor, singer-songwriter, musician, fashion designer, model and tv personality. She has one child, Bluebell Madonna Halliwell.

Her albums: Schizophonic, Scream If You Wanna Go Faster, Passion, Bag It Up, Calling, It's Raining Men, Lift Me Up, Ride It, Scream If You Wanna Go Faster and Mi Chico Latino. Genres she performed include Pop music, Dance-pop, Pop rock, Synthpop and Dance music.

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Alec Empire

Alec Empire (May 2, 1972 Berlin-) a.k.a. E.C.P., LX Empire, Nintendo Teenage Robots, DJ Mowgly, DJ 6666 featuring The Illegals, Alexander Wilke, DJ 6666 feat. The Illegals, P.J.P., Richard Benson, Death Funk, E.C.P. feat. The Slaughter of Acid, Nero, Deathfunk, Benson, Richard, Mowgly, DJ, Empire, Alec, 6666 featuring The Illegals, DJ, Alexander Wilke-Steinhof or Jaguar is a German disc jockey, musician and record producer.

His albums include The Geist of Alec Empire, Generation Star Wars, Kiss of Death, Futurist, Hypermodern Jazz 2000.5, No Savety Pin Sex E.P., The Destroyer, Terror Worldwide, Terror Worldwide (pt.2) and The King of the Street. Genres related to him: Speedcore, Digital hardcore, Techno, Breakcore, Experimental rock, Breakbeat, Punk rock, Industrial hip hop, Electronica, Hardcore and Hardcore punk.

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Gülben Ergen

Gülben Ergen (August 25, 1972 Kadıköy-) also known as Gulben Ergen, Ergen, Gülben, Gülben Ergen Erdoğan or Queen of Arabesque-pop music is a Turkish singer and actor. She has three children, Atlas Erdoğan, Güney Erdoğan and Mustafa Ares Erdoğan.

Her albums: Sade ve Sadece, Uçacaksın, Aşk Hiç Bitmez, Fıkır Fıkır 9+1, Gülben Ergen, Kör Aşık, Merhaba, Uzun Yol Şarkıları, Hayat Bi Gün and Durdurun Dünyayı. Genres she performed include Pop-folk, Turkish pop music, Folk music and Pop-folk.

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Mark Morrison

Mark Morrison (May 3, 1972 Hanover-) also known as Mark Morisson, Morrison, Mark, Mack Morrison or Mark Morrsion is a British singer.

His albums: Just a Man / Backstabbers, Mark Morrison, Return of the Mack, Innocent Man, Only God Can Judge Me, Return of the Mack, King of British R&B - The Best of Mark Morrison, I Am What I Am, Only God Can Judge Me and Crazy. Genres he performed include Contemporary R&B, Popular music, Dance-pop, Hip hop music and Rap music.

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Darren Hayes

Darren Hayes (May 8, 1972 Brisbane-) also known as Darren Stanley Hayes, darren_hayes or Hayes, Darren is an Australian singer, singer-songwriter and composer.

Discography: Insatiable: Remixes, Insatiable, Spin, Strange Relationship, Crush, I Miss You, Popular, The Tension and the Spark, Darkness and So Beautiful. Genres he performed: Pop music, Electronica, Pop rock, Contemporary R&B and Electronic dance music.

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Devin Townsend

Devin Townsend (May 5, 1972 New Westminster-) a.k.a. Big Mac Daddy and a Side of Fries, Ocean Machine, Dr. Skinny, Lord Stenchlor or Hevy Devy is a Canadian singer, guitarist, record producer, keyboard player, singer-songwriter and musician. His child is Reyner Liam Johnstan Townsend.

His albums include Ocean Machine: Biomech, Christeen EP, Infinity, Ass-Sordid Demos: 1990-1996, Official Bootleg 2000, Physicist, Terria, Ass-Sordid Demos II, Devlab and Christeen. Genres he performed: Experimental classical music, Ambient music, Industrial metal, Extreme metal, Progressive metal, Progressive rock, Thrash metal, Avant-garde metal, New-age music, Hard rock, Death metal, Experimental rock, Grindcore, New Age, Electronic music, Classical music, Country, Punk rock and Alternative metal.

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C (July 20, 1972 Old Bridge-) a.k.a. Colleen Fitzpatrick or Colleen Ann Fitzpatrick is an American singer, actor, songwriter, businessperson, dancer and record producer.

Her albums include Vitamin C, More, Last Nite, The Itch, Smile, Friends Forever (Graduation) and Me, Myself and I. Genres: Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Synthpop, Alternative rock and Electropop.

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Hank Williams III

Hank Williams III (December 12, 1972 Nashville-) a.k.a. Hank 3, Hank III, Shelton Hank Williams or Shelton Hank Williams III is an American singer, musician, bassist, singer-songwriter, guitarist, drummer, actor and multi-instrumentalist.

His most important albums: Risin' Outlaw, Lovesick, Broke & Driftin', Damn Right, Rebel Proud, Rebel Within, This Ain’t Country, Straight to Hell, Live in Scotland, Three Hanks: Men With Broken Hearts, Hillbilly Joker and Ghost to a Ghost/Gutter Town. Genres: Cowpunk, Punk rock, Country, Psychobilly, Alternative country, Neotraditional country, Outlaw country, Heavy metal, Hardcore punk, Honky-tonk, Metalcore, Thrash metal, Southern rock, Sludge metal, Americana and Gothabilly.

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Takuya Kimura

Takuya Kimura (November 13, 1972 Tokyo-) also known as Kimura Takuya, 키무라 타쿠야 or Kimutaku is a Japanese actor and singer. He has two children, Kokomi Kimura and Mitsuki Kimura.

Genres he performed include Pop music.

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Tego Calderón

Tego Calderón (February 1, 1972 Santurce-) otherwise known as Tego Calderon, Calderón, Tego, El Abayarde, Tego Calderon Rosario, Tegui Calderón Rosario or Tego is a Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, actor and rapper. His children are called Malcolm X Calderón and Ebony Nairobi Calderón.

Related albums: El Abayarde, The Underdog/El Subestimado, El Enemy de los Guasíbiri, El Abayarde Contra-Ataca, El Que Sabe, Sabe, White Lion Hits Version, Vol. 1, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious, Feel the Noise and Guasa Guasa. His related genres: Latin hip hop, Reggae, Reggaeton, Mambo, Salsa music, Latin American music and Hip hop music.

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A-mei (August 9, 1972 Beinan, Taitung-) also known as 張惠妹, A-Mei Cheung, A-MEI, A-Mei Chang, Hui Mei Chang, Cheung Wai-Mui, 张惠妹, Huimei Zhang, Hui Mei Zhang, Zhang Hui Mei or Chang Hwei-mei is a Taiwanese singer.

Her albums include 發燒, 牽手, 不顧一切, Jie Mei, 1996-2000 妹力新世紀, The 1998 Concert of A-Mei Chang, Bad Boy, Star, and .

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Pras (October 19, 1972 Brooklyn-) also known as Pras, Michael, Pras Michel, Prakazrel Samuel Michel, Prakazrel, Praskazrel Samuel Michel, Prakazrel 'Pras' Michel or Prakazrel Michel is an American songwriter, rapper, actor, film producer, singer, record producer, multi-instrumentalist and music arranger.

His most important albums: Refugee Camp Navy Seals, Ghetto Supastar (That Is What You Are), Haven't Found, Haven't Found and Win, Lose or draw. Genres he performed include Folk music, Reggae, Alternative hip hop, Neo soul, Contemporary R&B, Soul music and Hip hop music.

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Sōichirō Hoshi

Sōichirō Hoshi (May 30, 1972 Aizuwakamatsu-) a.k.a. Hoshi Souchirou, Sōichirō Hoshi, Takeshi Aiba, Souichiro Hoshi, Hoshi Souichiro, Hoshi Souichirou, Hoshi, Souichirou, Sôichirô Hoshi or Soichiro Hoshi is a Japanese voice actor and singer.

His albums include ONEWAY RADIO, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED Suit CD, Volume 1: Strike × Kira Yamato, Shining Tears, , 最遊記RELOAD GUNLOCK SON GOKU’S SONG COLLECTION, Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Original Soundtrack 04, Starting again, Heartful Station, and .

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Owen Nolan

Owen Nolan (February 12, 1972 Belfast-) otherwise known as Owen Liam Nolan or The Polar Bear is a Canadian ice hockey player.

Nolan was drafted first overall by the Quebec Nordiques in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He went on to have a successful career playing for teams such as the San Jose Sharks, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Arizona Coyotes. Nolan is known for his powerful shot and physical play on the ice. He also represented Team Canada in several international tournaments, including the Olympics and World Cup of Hockey. After retiring from professional hockey in 2012, Nolan became a television analyst for the Sharks and continues to work in various roles within the hockey community.

During his NHL career, Owen Nolan became a six-time NHL All-Star and was named the Sharks' captain in 1998, a position he held until he was traded to the Maple Leafs in 2003. In 1997, he scored one of the most memorable goals in All-Star Game history, famously pointing to the top corner of the net before scoring with a blistering shot. Nolan's career also included some notable off-ice moments, including his decision to pledge $100,000 to Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children in 2003. He was known for his leadership and toughness on the ice, as well as his ability to score clutch goals in big moments. After retiring, Nolan started the Owen Nolan Foundation, which helps support children's charities in both Canada and the United States. In 2020, he was inducted into the San Jose Sharks' Hall of Fame.

In addition to his successful NHL career, Owen Nolan also had a successful junior career playing for the Cornwall Royals in the Ontario Hockey League. He helped lead the Royals to two consecutive Memorial Cup championships in 1989 and 1990. Nolan was also a member of the Canadian national team that won the silver medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer, Norway. He went on to represent Canada in the 1996 World Cup of Hockey, where he helped Canada win the championship. Off the ice, Nolan has been involved in various philanthropic efforts, including working with organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Make-A-Wish Foundation. He also participated in the Hockey for Kids charity game, which raised money for children's hospitals in Toronto. Nolan is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in San Jose Sharks history, and his number 11 jersey was retired by the team in 2019.

Throughout his career, Owen Nolan established himself as one of the most dominant power forwards in NHL history. He was known for his size, strength, and physicality on the ice, as well as his knack for scoring important goals in key moments. Nolan's biggest moment came during the 1997 NHL All-Star Game, where he famously called his shot before scoring a hat-trick that helped earn him MVP honors.

Despite suffering a serious knee injury during the 2003-04 season, Nolan continued to play at a high level for several more years. He played briefly for the Calgary Flames and Minnesota Wild before retiring from the NHL in 2010. After his playing career ended, Nolan spent several years working as a television analyst for the Sharks and other NHL teams.

Off the ice, Nolan has been devoted to charitable causes and has worked tirelessly to give back to his community. He has been involved with organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and has donated significant sums of money to children's hospitals and other worthy causes. Nolan's philanthropy has earned him widespread praise and admiration throughout the hockey world, and he continues to be a beloved figure among fans and players alike.

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Rob Thomas

Rob Thomas (February 14, 1972 Landstuhl Regional Medical Center-) a.k.a. Robert Kelly Thomas or Thomas, Rob is an American singer, singer-songwriter, guitarist, songwriter and music artist. He has one child, Maison Avery William Thomas.

His most important albums: ...Something to Be, ...Something More, A New York Christmas, Lonely No More, This Is How a Heart Breaks, Little Wonders, Cradlesong, Smooth, Her Diamonds and Give Me the Meltdown. Genres he performed: Alternative rock, Rock music, Pop rock, Post-grunge, Adult contemporary music, Blue-eyed soul, Country, Pop music, Dance music and Power pop.

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Donavon Frankenreiter

Donavon Frankenreiter (December 10, 1972 Downey-) also known as Donovan Frankenreiter or Frankenreiter, Donavon is an American songwriter and musician.

Discography: Move by Yourself, Donavon Frankenreiter, Donavon, Recycled Recipes, Vol. 2 EP, Recycled Recipes, The Abbey Road Sessions, Pass It Around, Glow, Revisited and Start Livin'. Genres he performed: Surf rock, Soft rock and Surf music.

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Jermaine Dupri

Jermaine Dupri (September 23, 1972 Asheville-) a.k.a. JD, Jermaine D. Mauldin, Jermaine Dupri Mauldin, Jermaine Dupri Maudin or Jermaine Propane is an American songwriter, musician, rapper, actor and record producer. He has one child, Shaniah Mauldin.

His discography includes: Instructions, Life In 1472, Young, Fly & Flashy, Vol. 1, I've Got to Have It, 12 Soulful Nights of Christmas, Part 1, The Party Continues and Sweetheart. Genres he performed: Southern hip hop, Rhythm and blues, Pop-rap, Pop music, Hip hop music, Soul music and Contemporary R&B.

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Greg Page

Greg Page (January 16, 1972 Sydney-) also known as Gregory John Page, Gregory John "Greg" Page, Greg, The Wiggles or Pagey is an Australian actor, musician and film score composer.

Genres he performed: Rock music, Children's music, Pop music, Country rock and Country.

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Sakis Rouvas

Sakis Rouvas (January 5, 1972 Corfu-) also known as Sakis Roubas, Anastasios Rouvas, Anastasios "Sakis" Rouvas II or Sakis is a Greek record producer, songwriter, athlete, actor, composer, singer, businessperson, film producer, dancer, choreographer, model, fashion designer, author, entrepreneur, voice actor, multi-instrumentalist and television presenter. He has three children, Anastasia Rouvas, Alexandros Rouvas and Ariadne Rouvas.

His albums: Iparhi Agapi Edo, S'eho Erotefthi, 21os Akatallilos, Kati Apo Mena, Live Ballads, Tora Arhizoun Ta Dyskola, Me Kommeni Tin Anasa, This Is My Live, Aima, Dakrya & Idrotas and Gia Sena. Genres: Rock music, Blues, Pop music, Rhythm and blues, Dance-pop, Pop rock, Dance music, Funk, Ballad, Blue-eyed soul, Blues rock, Funk rock, Soul music and Hip hop music.

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Vanessa Paradis

Vanessa Paradis (December 22, 1972 Saint-Maur-des-Fossés-) otherwise known as Vanessa Chantal Paradis is a French singer, actor, model, voice actor, singer-songwriter and musician. Her children are Lily-Rose Melody Depp and John "Jack" Christopher Depp III.

Her discography includes: M & J, Be My Baby, Joe le taxi, Manolo Manolete, Marilyn & John, Commando, Divinidylle, Sunday Mondays, Bliss and Live. Genres: Pop music and Rock music.

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Mark Owen

Mark Owen (January 27, 1972 Oldham-) a.k.a. M. Owen, Mark Anthony Patrick Owen or Owen, Mark is a British singer-songwriter. His children are Willow Rose Owen and Elwood Jack Owen.

His albums: Green Man, Child, Four Minute Warning, How the Mighty Fall, I Am What I Am, In Your Own Time, Makin' Out, Clementine and The Art of Doing Nothing. Genres he performed include Pop music, Pop rock, Soft rock, Rock music and Electronic music.

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Oliver Wakeman

Oliver Wakeman (February 26, 1972 England-) is a British composer and keyboard player.

Related albums: Heaven's Isle, Jabberwocky, The 3 Ages of Magick, The Hound of the Baskervilles, Purification by Sound, Mother's Ruin, Coming to Town: Live in Katowice, Ravens & Lullabies and Chakras: Spiritual Vitamins.

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Rain Phoenix

Rain Phoenix (November 21, 1972 Crockett-) a.k.a. Rain Joan of Arc Phoenix, Phoenix, Rain or Rainbow Phoenix is an American singer, actor, musician and lyricist. She has one child, Jonas Winter Phoenix.

Rain Phoenix was born in Crockett, Texas, and raised in a family of actors and musicians, including her late brother River Phoenix. She formed the band Aleka's Attic with River in the late 1980s, and after his untimely death in 1993, Rain continued to pursue music as a solo artist.

In addition to her musical career, Rain also had a successful acting career in the 1990s, appearing in films such as "To Die For" and "O'Ryan's Belt". She took a break from acting to focus on music, but returned to the screen in recent years with roles in films such as "I Wrote This For You" and "The Guest".

Rain is also an activist and co-founded the non-profit organization, The Lunchbox Fund, which provides meals to school children in South Africa. She is known for her compassionate and socially conscious approach to both her music and activism.

Rain Phoenix's musical style is a blend of folk, rock, and alternative, often featuring her distinctive voice and heartfelt lyrics. She has released several solo albums, including "River" (2019), which pays tribute to her late brother. Rain is also a prolific collaborator and has worked with artists such as R.E.M., Michael Stipe, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

In addition to her work with The Lunchbox Fund, Rain is involved with various other charitable organizations, including the Playing for Change Foundation and the Art of Elysium. She is also an advocate for environmental causes and has supported campaigns to protect endangered species and promote sustainability.

Rain Phoenix continues to create and perform music, as well as pursue her acting career and charitable efforts. She remains a respected and influential figure in the entertainment industry, known for her talent, passion, and commitment to making a positive difference in the world.

Rain Phoenix started her music career at a young age by singing backup vocals for her brother River's band. She later joined forces with River to form their own group, Aleka's Attic, which gained a cult following in the indie music scene. After River's death, Rain took some time away from music to focus on charity work and started her own production company.

In 2003, Rain returned to music by collaborating with her friend Michael Stipe of R.E.M. for his solo album "In the Sun." She released her own solo debut album "Reset" in 2013, which received critical acclaim for its intimate and introspective sound. Rain's music is often inspired by her personal experiences and her desire to create positive change in the world.

Aside from her music and charity work, Rain has also been involved in film production and has produced and co-directed several short films. She has also acted in theater productions and has been praised for her compelling performances.

Rain Phoenix is a committed environmentalist and has been actively involved in various campaigns to address climate change and promote sustainable living. She is also an advocate for animal rights and has worked with organizations such as PETA and The Humane Society.

In addition to her son Jonas, Rain Phoenix has two other siblings, Joaquin and Liberty, who are also successful in the entertainment industry. Despite the tragic loss of her brother River, Rain has continued to honor his legacy and use her platform to make a positive impact in the world.

Rain Phoenix has been vocal about the impact of her brother's death on her life and her work, stating that she wants to spread his message of love and compassion through her music and activism. Her album "River" is a tribute to her brother and features cover songs of his favorite artists, as well as original tracks inspired by his life and legacy.

Rain has also been involved in music education, teaching songwriting and performance to young people in Brazil and South Africa through the Playing for Change Foundation. She has cited her love for collaboration and connection as the driving force behind her music and her charitable efforts.

Overall, Rain Phoenix is a multi-faceted artist and activist who has made significant contributions to both the entertainment industry and the world at large. Her unwavering commitment to creating positive change and making a difference in the lives of others has earned her widespread respect and admiration.

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Mark Morton

Mark Morton (November 25, 1972 United States of America-) a.k.a. Morton, Mark or Mark Duane Morton is an American guitarist, songwriter and musician.

Genres he performed: Thrash metal, Groove metal and Metalcore.

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Brian Molko

Brian Molko (December 10, 1972 Brussels-) a.k.a. brian_molko or Molko, Brian is an American singer, guitarist, keyboard player, songwriter and musician.

His albums: College 84. Genres related to him: Alternative rock, Rock music, Indie rock, Post-punk revival, Glam punk and Glam rock.

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Yūko Miyamura

Yūko Miyamura (December 4, 1972 Kobe-) a.k.a. Miyamura Yuko, Miyamura Yuuko, Miyamura, Yuuko, Yuuko Miyamura, Miyamû or Yūko Seki is a Japanese singer, voice actor, sound director and actor.

Her most important albums: Mother, ほぼシングルベスト, ケンカ番長, くるみパン, スペースケンカ番長, , , 根性戦隊ガッツマン, 産休(Thank You) and 魂.

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Junichi Suwabe

Junichi Suwabe (March 29, 1972 Tokyo-) also known as Suwabe Junichi, Jyunichi Suwabe, Suwabe Jun'ichi, Jun'ich Suwabe, Suwabe Jyunichi or Suwabe, Jun'ichi is a Japanese actor, singer and voice actor.

His albums include Fate/stay night キャラクターイメージソングVIII: アーチャー, , , BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION 3rd SESSION:02 -GRIMMJOW JEAGERJAQUES- and Joker Trap.

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Romi Park

Romi Park (January 22, 1972 Edogawa, Tokyo-) a.k.a. Pak Romi, Paku Romi, Paku, Romi, Romi Pak or Romi Paku is a South Korean actor, voice actor and singer.

Her albums: Theme of Edward Elric by THE ALCHEMISTS, HAGAREN SONG FILE-EDWARD ELRIC-, , , , , Naked Flower and BLEACH BEAT COLLECTION 2nd SESSION:02.

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Rogue (July 4, 1972 Charlottesville-) a.k.a. Virgil Roger du Pont III is an American musician, songwriter and singer.

Genres: Gothic rock, Dark wave and Synthpop.

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Jaroslav Rudiš

Jaroslav Rudiš (June 8, 1972 Turnov-) a.k.a. Jaroslav Rudis is a Czech writer, journalist, musician, screenwriter, actor and playwright.

He is best known for his works of fiction that explore the complexities of human relationships, culture, and society in Czech Republic. He has written several novels, including "Grand Hotel", "The End of Punk in Helsinki", and "Alois Nebel", which have been translated into multiple languages and have won numerous literary prizes.

In addition to his successful writing career, Rudiš is also an accomplished playwright, screenwriter, and musician. He has written several plays that have been performed on stage, and he has written and acted in several films, including "Alois Nebel", which was nominated for the European Film Awards.

Rudiš is highly regarded not only for his artistic talents, but also for his outspokenness and activism in promoting free speech and democracy in Czech Republic. He is a strong advocate for human rights and has been a vocal critic of government policies that he sees as undermining those values.

Rudiš was born in Turnov, a small town in the northern part of Czech Republic. He grew up in a family of musicians and artists, and his interest in music and literature was fostered at an early age. He studied journalism and political science at Charles University in Prague, and worked as a journalist for various newspapers and magazines after graduation. In the late 1990s, he co-founded the underground rock band "Nedvědové" (The Frogs), which gained a cult following in Czech Republic and became known for their politically charged lyrics.

Rudiš's literary career took off in 2002 with the publication of his first novel, "Nebe pod Berlínem" (Heaven Below Berlin), which explores the experiences of a young Czech immigrant in Berlin after the fall of the Berlin Wall. The book was well received by critics and readers alike, and was followed by several other successful novels.

Rudiš is also known for his collaborations with visual artists, musicians, and filmmakers. He has worked with the renowned Czech illustrator Jaromír 99 on several graphic novels, including "Alois Nebel", which was adapted into an animated film in 2011. He has also collaborated with the Czech band Monkey Business on the musical "Disco Bohemia", and with the director Petr Zelenka on the film "The Karamazovs".

Rudiš's work has been recognized with numerous awards, including the prestigious Magnesia Litera Award for Best Czech Novel in 2012 for "Grand Hotel". He is considered one of the most important contemporary Czech writers, and his work continues to be translated and read around the world.

In addition to his literary pursuits, Jaroslav Rudiš has been actively involved in promoting cultural exchange between Czech Republic and other countries. He has participated in literary festivals and workshops in various parts of the world and has been a guest lecturer at several universities in Europe and the United States. He has also contributed to a number of international publications, including The Guardian, The New York Times, and Die Zeit, on topics related to culture and politics in Czech Republic. In recognition of his contributions to the cultural life of Czech Republic, Rudiš was awarded the Medal of Merit by the Ministry of Culture in 2017. With his works spanning genres and mediums, and his advocacy for free speech and human rights, Jaroslav Rudiš continues to be a prominent voice in Czech literature and culture.

Rudiš has also been involved in various political and social movements in Czech Republic, including leading the protests against the appointment of current Prime Minister Andrej Babiš in 2017 due to allegations of corrupt practices. He is a vocal critic of the rise of right-wing populism and nationalism in Czech Republic and Europe, and has called for a more democratic and inclusive society. Rudiš's activism and writing often intersect, with his works addressing themes of identity, history, and power in Czech society. He has spoken about the importance of literature and art in promoting empathy and understanding, and has encouraged fellow artists and writers to use their platforms to speak out against injustice and intolerance.

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Brad Paisley

Brad Paisley (October 28, 1972 Glen Dale-) a.k.a. Brad Douglas Paisley or Brad Paisey is an American singer, singer-songwriter, guitarist, musician, artist, film score composer, actor, voice actor and music artist. He has two children, William Huckleberry Paisley and Jasper Warren Paisley.

His discography includes: Mud on the Tires, Time Well Wasted, 5th Gear, Ticks, Part II, Brad Paisley Christmas, Who Needs Pictures, I'm Gonna Miss Her, Online and Who Needs Pictures / It Never Woulda Worked Out Anyway. Genres: Country, Rock music, Southern rock, Americana and Country rock.

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Mike Smith

Mike Smith (August 27, 1972 New Glasgow-) a.k.a. Cast of Trailer Park Boys, Bubbles or Michael E. Smith is a Canadian actor.

He is best known for his portrayal of Bubbles on the popular Canadian mockumentary television series Trailer Park Boys. Smith not only acted in the series, but he was also a writer, director, and executive producer. In addition to Trailer Park Boys, Smith has appeared in several other films and TV shows, including The Drunk and On Drugs Happy Fun Time Hour and Swearnet: The Movie. He has won multiple awards for his work on Trailer Park Boys, including a Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Comedy Program or Series. Outside of acting, Smith is also a musician and plays the guitar, mandolin, and banjo. He has released several albums under the name Bubbles and has toured extensively across Canada and the United States. Smith is considered an icon in Canadian pop culture and has a dedicated fanbase.

Mike Smith's career in the entertainment industry started as a camera operator for the news department of a local television station in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Along with his Trailer Park Boys co-stars, John Paul Tremblay and Robb Wells, Smith formed the production company Swearnet, which produced the movie Swearnet: The Movie and the web series The Drunk and On Drugs Happy Fun Time Hour. Smith also directed and produced the TV series Trailer Park Boys Out of the Park: Europe and Trailer Park Boys: Jail. Apart from acting, Smith is also known for his charitable work. He has supported several charity organizations and has helped raise funds for numerous causes throughout his career. In 2018, he was awarded the Order of Nova Scotia for his contributions to the arts and culture sector in the province.

Smith has been recognized as a talented actor, writer, and producer in the entertainment industry. His work on Trailer Park Boys has earned him critical acclaim and a loyal fanbase. In addition to his success in the entertainment industry, Smith is known for his passion for music. He has released several albums, including Bubbles' "The Green Bastard" and "Live in Dublin," and has collaborated with other artists on several occasions. As a musician, Smith has toured across Canada and the United States, performing for fans of his music and his acting. Despite his success, Smith remains humble and dedicated to his craft. He continues to work on new projects, including the upcoming season of Trailer Park Boys and other TV shows and movies. He is deeply committed to the arts and culture sector in Canada and is regarded as a true icon in the industry.

In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Mike Smith has also been involved in several philanthropic endeavors. He has supported organizations such as the Canadian Cancer Society, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, and the Canadian Red Cross. Smith has also been a strong advocate for mental health awareness and has worked with organizations such as Mind Medicine Canada to promote mental health initiatives.

Outside of his work in the entertainment industry and his philanthropic endeavors, Smith is also an avid outdoorsman. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and exploring the wilderness of Canada. He has been known to incorporate his love of nature into his music and has even performed at outdoor concerts and festivals.

Overall, Mike Smith is a multi-talented individual with a passion for entertaining others and making a difference in the world. He is beloved by fans across Canada and around the world for his work on Trailer Park Boys and his music career, and he is respected in the entertainment industry for his dedication and creativity.

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Julie Doiron

Julie Doiron (June 28, 1972 Moncton-) also known as Doiron, Julie, Julie Dorion or Broken Girl is a Canadian singer, photographer and singer-songwriter.

Her most recognized albums: Heart and Crime, Goodnight Nobody, Loneliest in the Morning, Woke Myself Up, Désormais, Will You Still Love Me?, Broken Girl, I Can Wonder What You Did With Your Day, Julie Doiron / Okkervil River and Daniel, Fred & Julie. Genres: Slowcore, Indie rock and Folk rock.

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Seo Taiji

Seo Taiji (February 21, 1972 Seoul-) a.k.a. 서태지, Seo Taeji, Seo Tai Ji, Seo Tae Ji, Taiji, Seo, Seo, Taiji or Jeong Hyeon-cheol is a South Korean singer, singer-songwriter and musician.

His albums include Seotaiji 6th Ultramania, SeoTaiji 6th Album Re-Recording and ETPFest Live, Seotaiji Live Tour Zero 04, Seo Tai Ji, Feel The Soul, Seotaiji 7th Issue, 8th Atomos Part Moai, 8th Atmos Part Secret, 8th Atomos and . Genres related to him: Korean rock, Rapcore, Heavy metal, Nu metal, Boy band, Pop music, K-pop, Emo, Hip hop music, Synthpop, Alternative rock, Intelligent dance music, Rap metal, New jack swing and Rap rock.

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Amanda Marshall

Amanda Marshall (August 29, 1972 Toronto-) also known as Armanda Marshall, Amanda Lindsay Marshall, Marshall, Amanda, Amanda Meta Marshall or Manda is a Canadian singer, musician and singer-songwriter.

Her albums include Amanda Marshall, Tuesday's Child, Everybody's Got a Story, Beautiful Goodbye, Birmingham, Intermission: The Singles Collection, Believe in You, Dark Horse, Collections and Everybody's Got a Story. Genres: Rhythm and blues and Adult contemporary music.

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