Famous singer Birthdays, Today, Celebrity Birthdays

  • Mandy Moore

    Amanda Leigh Moore, better known as Mandy Moore is a much loved singer and actress who rose to stardom with her debut single ˜Candy' which made it to the Billboard Hot 100. She loved singing from her childhood and had performed the National Anthem at several events around her hometown. The experience of watching the musical ˜Oklahoma!' made her realize that she wanted to be a singer. She was just 14 when someone who knew her helped her sign a contract with Sony Music and thus the teenager's first record ˜So Real' was released. Having entered the music industry while still at school she opted to withdraw from school and continue her education through correspondence. Since she became a singing sensation as a teenager, she was often compared with other teen idols like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera. Her single ˜I Wanna Be With You' became her first Top 20 hit on the Pop Songs chart. At the start of her career, she was often criticized for her ˜Bubblegum Pop' sound though she gradually began incorporating a classier and sweeter sound into her music. After a successful beginning as a singer, the pretty young woman forayed into acting and became famous with her first starring role in the film ˜A Walk to Remember'.

    Mandy Moore

  • Maren Morris

    Maren Larae Morris is an American country singer, songwriter, and record producer who has released four studio albums and many singles as of June 2018. Her latest album, titled ˜Hero', is also her first major label studio album. A big hit, it charted at number one on the US Billboard charts. Active in the music scenario since 2005, Morris has delivered multiple platinum-certified singles like ˜My Church' and ˜The Middle'. These singles sold hundreds of thousands of copies and were featured on the top musical charts as well. Her other popular singles like ˜80s Mercedes' and ˜I Could Use a Love Song' were certified gold by different agencies. The talented country singer won the Grammy Award for the Best Country Solo Performance for her hit single ˜My Church' in 2017. In addition to her solo career, she also collaborates with other musical artists often. Working together with Vince Gill she released the song ˜Dear Hate,' in response to the 2017 Las Vegas Strip shooting.

    Maren Morris

  • Ky Baldwin

    Ky Baldwin is an Australian singer-songwriter, actor, and dancer. He is known for releasing the popular EPs ˜The Beginning' and ˜Dare to Believe'. He also uploads his music videos on his self-titled channel on YouTube. Baldwin is a multi-talented youngster who can play the drums, piano, and guitar. He has made appearances on many popular reality competition shows including ˜Australia's Got Talent' and ˜The Voice Kids'. Also an aspiring actor, Baldwin acted in the flick ˜Peter Allen: Not The Boy Next Door' for which he received an award. In June 2016, he moved with his family from Australia to Los Angeles. Since then, he has been working with DreamWorks for the "Songs That Stick" Series. On a personal note, the Australian singer is a very dedicated guy who is passionate about his career. He loves performing in front of people. Baldwin enjoys playing sports in his leisure time. He likes to read interesting books whenever he has some time to spare.

    Ky Baldwin

  • AJ Michalka

    American singer and actress known for being one half of the musical group 78violet. Her song "It's Who You Are" was used in the film Secretariat. She is also known as Lainey Lewis on the ABC comedy series The Goldbergs.

    AJ Michalka

  • Loic Nottet

    Belgian pop singer who rose to fame as the runner-up on season three of The Voice Belgique. He represented his native country in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest.

    Loic Nottet

  • Jake Hill

    R&B singer and rapper who found acclaim making a diss track against <a title='Jake Paul' href='/famous/jake-paul.htm'>Jake Paul</a> called "It's Everyday Bro" in June 2017.

    Jake Hill

  • Noa Kirel

    Israeli pop singer known for songs like "Lirkod," "Rak Ata" and "Medabrim." The music video for her song "Yesh Bi Ahava" has amassed over 150,000 views on YouTube.

    Noa Kirel

  • Karina Rae

    Well known for her single "Round & Round," she is a teenage vocalist who was awarded the Ultimate Musician Award by the Beat100 A&R team. She has opened for notable acts such as <a title='Kalin' href='/famous/kalin-white.htm'>Kalin</a> and <a title='Myles' href='/famous/myles-parrish.htm'>Myles</a>, <a title='Ryan Beatty' href='/famous/ryan-beatty.htm'>Ryan Beatty</a>, Midnight Red, IM5, <a title='Alyssa Shouse' href='/famous/alyssa-shouse.htm'>Alyssa Shouse</a>, and <a title='Jillian Jensen' href='/famous/jillian-jensen.htm'>Jillian Jensen</a>.

    Karina Rae

  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor

    Lead vocalist for the English indie rock band Theaudience who is also a solo artist who sang "Heartbreak (Make Me a Dancer)."

    Sophie Ellis-Bextor

  • Giorgia Borg

    Malta-based pop singer who is best known for her appearance on the singing competition series Britain's Got Talent. She gained attention when she became the youngest ever solo act to win the golden buzzer on the competition series, a moment highlighted by Malta's Prime Minister <a title='Joseph Muscat' href='/famous/joseph-muscat.htm'>Joseph Muscat</a>

    Giorgia Borg

  • Johnny Stevens

    Lead vocalist as well as guitarist and synthesizer player for Highly Suspect, who became the first rock group to join the 300 Entertainment roster. Their debut album was titled Mister Asylum. 

    Johnny Stevens

  • Bunny Wailer

    Also known as Jah B, he rose to prominence as a member of the influential reggae ensemble The Wailers alongside <a title='Bob Marley' href='/famous/bob-marley.htm'>Bob Marley</a>.

    Bunny Wailer

  • King Rasaki

    Nigerian reggae singer known as L.A.X. in the Afrobeats music scene. He's had success with singles such as "Caro," "Ginger," and "Gimme Dat."

    King Rasaki

  • Harry Koisser

    Vocalist and guitarist famous as a founding member of the English rock band Peace. His band's first two albums, In Love and Happy People, both rose to Top 20 positions on the United Kingdom national music chart.

    Harry Koisser

  • Hayley Westenra

    Classical crossover artist best known as member of Irish folk group Celtic Woman. She also released the #1 album Pure as a solo artist.

    Hayley Westenra

  • Zach Matari

    Touring recording artist who was named the next Pop Star Sensation by Bop/Tiger Beat Magazine and HipHopHollywood. He has performed alongside and opened for artists such as R5, Midnight Red, and Fifth Harmony.

    Zach Matari

  • Kenny Lattimore

    R&B singer of "Never Too Busy" and "For You," both reaching the top twenty on the R&B charts. She was the winner of the 1996 Best New Artist honor at the NAACP Image Awards.

    Kenny Lattimore

  • Taryn Miller

    Singer recognized for her ethereal voice and indie beats, she is known for the stage pseudonym Your Friend. She released her debut EP Jekyll/Hyde in 2014 and followed in 2016 with her debut studio album Gumption.

    Taryn Miller

  • Liz McClarnon

    Pop singer and dancer who was a member of the British girl group Atomic Kitten.

    Liz McClarnon

  • Perri Lister

    Actress, singer, model, and choreographer who has collaborated with groups like Visage.

    Perri Lister

  • Kaylen Krebsbach

    Singer and keyboardist with the band Kississippi. The band's first album, Sunset Blush, dropped in 2018.

    Kaylen Krebsbach

  • Brendan Hoye

    Vocalist making up one part of the five piece California-born band Finish Ticket. Signed to Elektra Records, the band released their debut album Tears You Apart in 2013 and followed with the EP When Night Becomes Day in 2015.

    Brendan Hoye

  • Efya

    Neo soul singer and songwriter who won the Ghana Music Award for Best Female Vocal Performance in 4 straight years beginning in 2011. Her debut mixtape was titled T.I.N.T., and her debut studio album was called Janesis.

    Efya

  • John Corabi

    Heavy metal singer and guitarist who played for Motley Crue and Angora, as well as Ratt, Union, and Twenty 4 Seven.

    John Corabi