Thomas Edward "Thom" Yorke (born 7 October 1968) is an English musician and the singer and principal songwriter of the alternative rock band Radiohead. As a multi-instrumentalist, Yorke mainly plays guitar, piano and synthesiser, but also plays other instruments including bass guitar and drums. He is known for his falsetto vocals.
Yorke was born in 1968 in Northamptonshire. His family moved often before settling in Oxfordshire, where Yorke attended Abingdon School and founded Radiohead with his schoolmates. After graduating from the University of Exeter, Radiohead signed to Parlophone; their early hit "Creep" made Yorke a celebrity, and Radiohead went on to achieve critical acclaim and multi-platinum sales. Radiohead's fourth album Kid A (2000) saw Yorke and the band move into electronic music.
In 2006, Yorke released his debut solo album…Read all
|Activity period||Birth: Oct 07 1968 (Wellingborough)|
|Member of||Headless Chickens (from 1989 to 1989), Atoms For Peace (from 2009), Radiohead (from 1991), On a Friday (to 1991)|
|Brother of||Andy Yorke|
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|Wikipedia (IT)||http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thom Yorke|
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