Bryan Ferry
    At TrueColorsRadio sings:Total Likes Total Dislikes
    1. Don't Stop The Dance23110AVG
    2. Slave To Love2082AVG
    3. Knocking On Heaven`s Door1840AVG
    4. More Than This1642Lapshin
    5. Oh Yeah1392Shipiloff
    6. I Put A Spell On You1302
    7. Kiss And Tell962
    Artist of a day - Bryan Ferry

    Original name
    Bryan Ferry
    Date of birth
    26.09.1945 (75)
    Place of birth
    Washington, Tyne & Wear, England
    Total songs: 7
    Likes: 1152
    Dislikes: 20

    2001 Got nomination for Grammy Award category Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for "As Time Goes By"
    1988 Got nomination for MTV Video Music Award category Best Video from a Film (from the film "Bright Lights, Big City") for "Kiss & Tell"
    2010 Won Q Icon
    2011 Ferry was made a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours for his contribution to the British music industry.

    Born into a working class family (his father, Fred Ferry, was a farmer who also looked after pit ponies), Ferry attended Washington Grammar-Technical School (now called Washington School) on Spout Lane from 1957 and achieved nine O levels, then studied fine art at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne under Richard Hamilton. His contemporaries included Tim Head and Nick de Ville. Ferry became a pottery teacher at Holland Park School in London. Ferry formed the band The Banshees, and later, together with Graham Simpson and John Porter, the band the Gas Board.

    Ferry formed Roxy Music with a group of friends and acquaintances, beginning with Graham Simpson, in November 1970. Roxy Music's first hit, "Virginia Plain", made the UK Top 5 in 1972, and was followed up with several hit singles and albums, with Ferry as vocalist and occasional instrumentalist (he taught himself piano in his mid-twenties).

    Several of the women Ferry had been involved with have appeared as cover models on the Roxy Music albums. Ferry dated the French singer and model Amanda Lear, who was photographed with a black jaguar for the cover of the For Your Pleasure album. She later went on to date David Bowie.

    Ferry was listed as one of the fifty best-dressed over 50s by the Guardian in March 2013.

    For many years, Ferry has collaborated with fashion designer Antony Price for clothing and image consultations. Price is famous for his shop on London's Kings Road. He created suits recognised worldwide for their elegance, and gained fame when celebrities and rock stars dressed in his designs. Indeed, Nicky Haslam commented that Ferry was more likely to redecorate a hotel room than to trash it as a typical rock star might.

    Ferry began a relationship with Amanda Sheppard, one of his son's ex-girlfriends. Sheppard worked in public relations until she quit her job in 2009 after Ferry offered to support her financially. In early January 2012, Ferry married Sheppard in a private ceremony on the Turks and Caicos Islands.

    Ferry was estimated to have a fortune of £30 million in the Sunday Times Rich List of 2010.

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