Bryan Ferry CBE is an English singer-songwriter and musician. He came to prominence in the early 1970s as the lead vocalist and principal songwriter with the art rock band Roxy Music, which had three number one albums and ten singles entering the top ten charts in the United Kingdom during the 1970s and the 1980s.
“One of the most recognisable faces in the music industry”
Roxy Music crystallised the hippest style of the ’70’s, sophistication crossed with street-credibility. A series of ground breaking albums such as For Your Pleasure and Siren and hit singles like Love Is The Drug and Jealous Guy brought the group worldwide success, culminating in the album Avalon in 1981. Ferry, starting with These Foolish Things in 1973, has meanwhile proved himself a masterful interpreter of other composers’ songs with a series of solo albums. Since Roxy Music broke up in 1982 he has blended the two strands of his career into one, variously recording pop classics and his own material on the albums Boys and Girls, Bete Noire, Taxi and Mamouna.
Bryan Ferry is known for his suave manner, glamorous image, seductive music and wistful vocal style. A charismatic and charming speaker, Bryan‘s speeches are cultured, entertaining and provocative, motivating and inspiring audiences worldwide.
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