English musician Paul Carrack was born in Sheffield on 22 April 1951, making him 65 years old. He has been married for over almost four decades years to his first and only wife.
The couple have four children, including son Jack, a drummer who now plays with his father and also with the band Tinlin, which has backed Carrack in the studio and on tour.
Carrack is certainly one of the most prolific singers and songwriters of the UK's modern music era, having been a member of hitmaking bands Squeeze, Roxy Music, Mike + The Mechanics, and Ace; having played on tour and in session work with many other artists, including Nick Lowe and Roger Waters; and also has had a rather extensive career as a solo artist as well.
Carrack wrote and sang Ace's biggest hit, "How Long" (1975), and was the lead vocalist on one of Squeeze's most well-known songs globally, "Tempted" (1981). The latter experienced a resurgence in popularity 13 years after it was originally released when the band overdubbed and remixed a new version of the song (calling it "Tempted '94") that appeared on the soundtrack of 1994 film Reality Bites.