Top 20 Punk Singer celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Punk Singer celebrities [Updated June 28, 2022].
Billy Idol was born
on November 30, 1955
in Stanmore, England.
He first became known after performing with the band Generation X.
Net Worth 2020: $50 Million
Ian Curtis was born
on July 15, 1956
in Stretford, England.
His life and death has been dramatized in the films 24 Hour Party People in 2002 and Control in 2007.
Jamie Hince was born
on December 19, 1968
He helped The Kills release their fourth album, Blood Pressures, in 2011.
Andrew Eldritch was born
on May 15, 1959
He speaks fluent German, French, and English and studied Mandarin Chinese at the University of Leeds.
Mark E. Smith was born
on March 5, 1957
in Salford, England.
He has been a featured vocalist on songs by artists like Gorillaz
, Elastica, Mouse on Mars and Edwyn Collins
Will Gould was born
on January 12, 1988
He was interviewed as a guest on The Curator Podcast in August 2015.
Bronnie Hughes was born
on July 27, 1997
She was nominated for Best New Artist of 2016 by Celebmix. She also became the support act for Little Mix on their Glory Days tour
Ellis Turffrey was born
on May 22, 1997
His most-viewed YouTube music videos include "Everybody Say It's Okay," "Digression" and "Ghost In A Shell."
Kirk Brandon was born
on August 3, 1956
He went on tour with Spear of Destiny in 2007 and 2008.
Hugh Cornwell was born
on August 28, 1949
He is a huge cricket fan.
Frank Carter was born
on April 27, 1984
He formed Pure Love in July 2011, citing creative differences with Gallows. The band went on hiatus in 2014, and shortly after, he formed Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes. In 2015, the band released their debut album Blossom, which peaked at #18 on the UK Albums charts.
Pauline Murray was born
on March 8, 1958
She contributed her vocal talents to the song Me and My Shadow by the band The Only Ones.
Vini Reilly was born
on August 4, 1953
He almost became a professional soccer player.
Pete Shelley was born
on April 17, 1955
He and The Buzzcocks broke up in 1981 and briefly reformed in 1989.
Nikki Sudden was born
on July 19, 1956
He wrote for music magazines that included Spex and Mojo.
Poly Styrene was born
on July 3, 1957
Frontwoman for the British punk rock band X-Ray Spex, the group known for songs like "Oh Bondage Up Yours!"
Poly Styrene was a passionate advocate for the rights of women.
Eddy Brewerton was born
on August 23, 1991
In October 2014, he and Moose Blood released their first full length studio album, I'll Keep You In My Mind, From Time to Time. It peaked at #45 on the US Billboard Heatseakers chart.
Martin Bramah was born
on September 18, 1957
He reformed Blue Orchids in 2012, adding new members and toured throughout the year.