Have you ever heard of these famous musicians from Buckinghamshire?

From mega-stars to girl bands and successful solo artists, our county has seen its fair share of musically-talented stars:

Leigh-Anne Pinnock

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Leigh-Anne at the Top Boy UK Premiere (Ian West/PA)

A lead member in one of the biggest girl bands in the world, Leigh-Anne Pinnock shot to fame after appearing in the 2011 series of the X Factor where she joined Little Mix, formerly Rhythmix.

Born and raised in High Wycombe, she attended Sir William Ramsay School and later enrolled at the Sylvia Young Theatre School at the age of 11.

It has recently been announced that the mega-star will host her own documentary about race on BBC Three.

In August she revealed how she was just nine when she first faced racism

Chicane 

Nicholas Bracegirdle, better known as Chicane is a musician, composer, songwriter and producer who was born in Chalfont St Giles.

Some of his most famous hits include the Ibiza trance anthem Offshore, Saltwater and Don't Give Up, featuring Bryan Adams.

He has seven studio albums and 37 singles. 

Jack Garratt

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BBC Radio One's Big Weekend (Ben Birchall/PA)

The experimental singer, songwriter and composer was born in High Wycombe and grew up in Little Chalfont. He attended St Clement Danes School in Chorleywood, Hertfordshire. 

Jack Garratt shot to fame after his 2014 single 'Worry' was playlisted on BBC Radio One, that year he played the BBC Introducing Stage at the Reading and Leeds Festivals.

His debut album Phase was released in 2016 and later that year he won the Critics Choice Award at the Brit Awards. 

He recently stated that being compared to the likes of Ellie Goulding and Adele stunted his growth. 

Barry Gibb

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Barry Gibb (Ben Birchall/PA)

Sir Barry Gibb is the co-founder of the Bee Gees, best known for their soundtrack Saturday Night Fever and the hits including 'Stayin' Alive' and 'How Deep is Your Love'. 

In the 2002 new years honours list he was awarded a CBE for his services to music and charity.

The Guinness World Records also named him as the second most successful songwriter of all time, behind Paul McCartney. 

Although his main residence is in Miami he has kept hold of his nine-bedroom mansion, Wilton Place, on Ledborough Lane in Beaconsfield. 

Amber Bain

Amber Bain is the woman behind indie-pop act The Japanese House - a musical maestro, she is not only the vocalist but also plays the guitar, synthesizer and keyboard. 

Born and raised in the county she first rose to fame in 2015 when her first single 'Still' was played on BBC Radio One by Zane Lowe.

Have we missed anyone important from the list? Let us know in the comments.