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BEST OF THE BAY voting starts August 15! Damon Albarn – Gorillaz – Roskilde Festival 2010. English musician, singer, songwriter, composer and record producer. He is the lead singer of the British rock band Blur and co-founder, vocalist, instrumentalist, and principal songwriter of the virtual band Gorillaz. Along with Tank Girl creator Jamie Hewlett, Albarn formed the “virtual band” Gorillaz in 1998. In 2008, The Daily Telegraph ranked Albarn number 18 in their list of the “100 most powerful people in British culture”.

Albarn was born on 23 March 1968, is the eldest child of artist Keith Albarn and his wife Hazel, née Dring. Their daughter Jessica, born in 1971, also went on to become an artist and gave a son Jack Walmsley. Damon’s paternal grandfather Edward, an architect, had been a conscientious objector during the Second World War and was involved in a farming community in Lincolnshire, becoming a peace activist. When Damon and Jessica were growing up, their family moved to Leytonstone, East London. The household was described as “bohemian” and their upbringing as “liberal”. Albarn was interested in music from an early age, attending an Osmonds concert at the age of six.

He started playing guitar, piano and violin in his youth and was interested in composing music, one of his compositions winning a heat in the nationwide Young Composer of the Year competition. He studied acting at the East 15 Acting School in Debden, but left after the first year. On leaving drama school he entered a production and management contract with Marijke Bergkamp and Graeme Holdaway, owners of the Beat Factory recording studio, where the members of Blur, then known as Seymour, did their first recordings. Albarn on stage at the Newcastle Academy in June 2009.