Which Singers were Born in June?

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Ron Wood: June 1, 1947; Charlie Watts: June 2, 1941

Since 1963 Charlie Watts is a permanent member of the Rolling Stones as a drummer, 1975 joined Ron Wood as a guitarist. Ron Wood began his musical career at age 17 with the rhythm and blues band The Birds. After dissolution of the band, he joined the Jeff Beck Group in 1967 as bassist alongside vocalist Rod Stewart. He then joined forces with Rod Stewart, the rock band Faces, which helped the band to success. However, Ron Wood also started working with the Rolling Stones and recording music. Later he became a permanent member of the Rolling Stones, but also released solo albums.

As a child, Charlie Watts was already interested in blues music. He was part of the band Blues Incorporated. After rejecting the requests of the Rolling Stones several times, he became part of the band and played the first gig in 1963. After numerous successes with the songs of the Rolling Stones and the rise of the band to world fame, Charlie Watts dedicated his own projects back in the 1980s, such as the jazz orchestra called Charlie Watts Orchestra, the Charlie Watts Quintet, Rocket 88 or the swing band ABC & D of Boogie Woogie.
 

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Bonnie Tyler: June 8, 1951

The British pop and rock singer had her breakthrough in the 1970s with Lost in France and the hit It's a Heartache. Her rough voice also contributed to her fame. With the song Believe in Me, Bonnie Tyler represented Great Britain at the Eurovision Song Contest in 2013. Already with the second single Lost in France the singer reached the Top 10 of the British pop music charts. Then Bonnie Tyler decided to produce an entire album. In addition to less commercially successful songs, she relesed hits, such as Total Eclipse of the Heart and Holding out for a hero. In the 1990s, Dieter Bohlen helped her as a songwriter under the pseudonym Howard Houston to three successful albums. The last published album Rocks and Honey dates from 2013.

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Alanis Morissette: June 1, 1974

The Canadian singer achieved with the first two albums of 1991 and 1992 only national success. The first international album Jagged Little Pill with the single Ironic had great success and sold more than 30 million copies worldwide. A hit single was also Thank U on the album Infaturation Junkie from 1998. With the song Hands Clean, she processed according to her own statements the relationship with an older man. In 2012, after several years in which the singer was not very successful internationally, the single Guardian appeared. The ninth studio album will be released later this year.

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Boy George: June 14, 1961

With his androgynous style, he caught the attention of entrepreneur and former manager of the Sex Pistols Malcolm McLaren. First, he performed with the band Bow Wow Wow. After leaving, he founded his own band Culture Club. The band name should draw attention to the different cultural backgrounds of the members. With Do You Really Want to Hurt Me? They landed an international hit early in the band's history. Also known are Karma Chameleon, Time (Clock of the Heart) and Church of the Poison Mind of Culture Club.

In the spring of 1987, Culture Club dissolved and Boy George started with the single Everything I Own a solo career. Subsequent singles like Keep in Mind and To Be Reborn also made it to the top of the charts. In the US, he was in the top 40 for the first time with Live My Life. Don't Take My Mind on a Trip has also been successful in North America. The album This Is What I Do with the single King of Everything was released in 2013. Since then, no other album of the singer appeared.

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