Bryan Ferry

Bryan Ferry (Sept. 26, 1945) is an English vocalist and songwriter from Washington, Tyne & Wear, who rose to fame as the self-styled frontman of Roxy Music, which he steered through two periods of activity between 1972 and 1983. During the band’s initial run, he released two solo albums of mostly covers on Island Records in 1973/74. A mid-decade pause in band activity yielded three further solo albums: the 1976 covers/reworks-heavy Let’s Stick Together and the 1977/78 Polydor releases In Your Mind and The Bride Stripped Bare. After Roxy wrapped its second run, Ferry resumed his solo career with the 1985 E’G release Boys and Girls, followed by the popular 1987 Virgin disc Bête Noire.


  • These Foolish Things (1973)
  • Another Time, Another Place (1974)
  • Let’s Stick Together (1976)
  • In Your Mind (1977)
  • The Bride Stripped Bare (1978)
  • Boys and Girls (1985)
  • Bête Noire (1987)

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