Musicians who got famous later in life

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Andrea Bocelli - It was Andrea Bocelli’s third album ‘Sogno’ that made him famous throughout the world. Bocelli was 41 years old when it was released.

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Debbie Harry - Debbie Harry from Blondie became famous when she was 33, when their third album was released.

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Sia - Singer Sia played in several bands before her solo career began with her smash hit single ‘Chandelier,’ which made her instantly famous at age 37 in 2014.

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Chris Stapleton - Chris Stapleton didn’t receive much attention until he was 37 years old.

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Susan Boyle - Susan Boyle went from being completely unknown to being a famous singer after appearing on ‘Britain's Got Talent’ at 48 in 2009.

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Rachel Platten - Rachel Platten was 34 when her song 'Fight Song' made her famous.

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Andy Summers - Andy Summers was lucky enough to be invited to join the Police by Sting in 1977. Summers was 35 at that point and unknown to the public.

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Jamie Murphy - LCD Soundsystem’s front man Jamie Murphy (pictured) was 40 years old when the band became famous after releasing their third album.

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Matt Berninger - American singer-songwriter Matt Berninger became famous for his music at 34 when his band, the National, released their third album.

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Dan Wilson - ‘Closing Time’ singer Dan Wilson of Semisonic was unknown to the world until the song’s release when he was 37.

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Matt Nathanson - Matt Nathanson released seven albums before his hit single ‘Come On Get Higher’ at age 35.

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Ed Roland - Ed Roland became famous when his rock band Collective Soul released ‘Shine’ in 1993 when the singer was 30 years old.

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