Louis Tomlinson is best known for his association with the popular boy band One Direction. A multi-talented personality, he is also known for his acting and footballing skills; while he started his career as an actor, he was later signed by the Doncaster Rovers Football Club. He is regarded as one of the most influential people in the UK.
Man of Peace recipient and six-time Grammy-winner Peter Gabriel was the lead singer of Genesis but switched to a solo career in 1977. He co-founded the first online music download platform, OD2, and the WOMAD festival, apart from contributing to human rights, with groups such as Witness and The Elders.
Jason Orange is an English singer, actor and dancer. He achieved popularity after joining the popular boy band Take That in 1989. He stayed with the group until 1996 and rejoined later to release the group's fourth studio album Beautiful World. Jason Orange left the band for good in 2014.
David A. Stewart is a British musician, record producer, and songwriter. He is best known for forming a pop duo named Eurythmics along with singer-songwriter Annie Lennox. The band became highly successful, earning Stewart and Lennox several awards. The duo was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2020 and 2022 respectively.
Russell Watson is an English tenor who came into prominence after performing God Save the Queen at the Challenge Cup Final in 1999. Apart from releasing successful albums, such as The Voice and Encore, Russell Watson has also appeared as a judge on TV shows like Last Choir Standing.
Albert Hammond is a British-Gibraltarian record producer, singer, and songwriter. A prolific songwriter, Hammond has written successful singles for artists like Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Aretha Franklin, and Tina Turner among others. He has also worked with bands like Chicago, Heart, Ace of Base, and The Carpenters. Albert Hammond is the recipient of an Emmy Award and Ivor Novello Award.