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English musician
Born: January 6, 1986 (age 36 years), Sheffield, United Kingdom
Music groups: Arctic Monkeys (Since 2002), The Last Shadow Puppets (Since 2007), The Death Ramps (Since 2007)
Record label: Domino Recording Company

Parents: Penny Turner, David Turner
Genre: Rock, Indie rock, Alternative rock, Garage rock, MORE
Birthday: January 6, 1986 (Capricorn)
Born In: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England

Also Known As: Alexander David Turner
Age: 36 Years, 36 Year Old Males
Father: David Turner
Mother: Penny Turner

Musicians Rock Singers
Height: 5’11” (180 cm), 5’11” Males
City: Sheffield, England

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Alexander David Turner was born in Sheffield on 6 January 1986, the only child of secondary school teachers Penny (née Druce) and David Turner. He was raised in Sheffield’s High Green suburb. 

He has said that his parents came from “very different backgrounds”; his mother, from Amersham, Buckinghamshire, taught German and was “fascinated by language”. His father, a Sheffield native, taught music and physics. 

Turner’s parents were both music fans and his earliest musical memories involve the Beatles and the Beach Boys. During car journeys, his mother played music by Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, and the Eagles. 

His father was a fan of jazz and swing music, particularly Frank Sinatra, and had played the saxophone, trumpet, and piano in big bands. 

Turner himself was taught some scales on the family keyboard by his father and took professional piano lessons until he was eight years old.

From the age of five, Turner grew up alongside neighbour Matt Helders; they attended primary school, secondary school, and college together. 

At their primary school graduation ceremony, Turner and Helders joined some other friends in a mimed performance of Oasis’ “Morning Glory”—Helders played the role of Liam Gallagher while Turner pretended to play the bass guitar, using a tennis racket as his instrument. 

The two met Andy Nicholson in secondary school, and the three friends bonded over their shared enjoyment of rappers such as Dr. Dre, the Wu-Tang Clan, Outkast, and Roots Manuva. 

They spent their time playing basketball, skateboarding, riding BMXs, and “making crap hip-hop” beats using Turner’s father’s Cubase system. 

Turner and his friends became interested in rock music following the breakthrough of the Strokes in 2001. 

His father let him borrow a school guitar to learn a “couple of chords” when Turner was 15 and, for Christmas that year, his parents bought him an electric guitar.

Turner was educated at Stocksbridge High School from 1997 to 2002. His form teacher, Mark Coleman, characterised him as a “bright” and “popular” student who excelled at sports rather than music. 

His English and drama teacher, Simon Baker, remembered him as a clever pupil who was “quite reserved” and “a little bit different”. 

He noted that Turner had an “incredibly laid-back” approach to his studies, which worried his mother and led to criticism from other teachers. 

While there were books at home, Turner did not read regularly and was too self-conscious to share his writing with others. Nonetheless, he enjoyed English lessons. Turner then attended Barnsley College from 2002 to 2004.

Given the opportunity to “get away without doing maths”, he largely opted out of the “substantial” subjects required for university entry. He studied for A-levels in music technology and media studies, as well as AS-levels in English, photography, and psychology.

As a youngster Alex Turner had dated Johanna Bennett from his college days.