Legendary English keyboardist Keith Emerson gained international fame as a founding member of the progressive rock group trio, Emerson, Lake & Palmer. He was also known for his work with The Nice. A victim of depression in his later years, he committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.
Chris Lowe once stormed the music world as part of the English synth-pop duo Pet Shop Boys, which he formed with Neil Tennant. Known for hits such as Domino Dancing, West End Girls, and What Have I Done to Deserve This?, Chris and Tennant infused elements of electropop, disco, and techno.
Multiple Brit Award-winning singer Mark Owen soared to fame as a member of the pop group Take That. He went solo later and released hit albums such as The Art of Doing Nothing. He also played professional football and worked at Barclays before joining Take That.
The lead vocalist of English pop-rock band Bastille, singer-songwriter Dan Smith gained international fame with his chartbusting 2013 track Pompeii. He has also released hits such as Happier and Good Grief. He has been associated with various charitable initiatives and had also formed a distraction club during the COVID-19 lockdown.