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Bernard Sumner grew up on 4 January, 1956 in Broughton, Salford. Find Bernard Sumner’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 64 years of age.

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How old? 65 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 4 January 1956
Born day 4 January
Birthplace Broughton, Salford

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His wife is Sue Barlow (m. 1978–1989), Sarah Dalton

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Children Tess Iona Sumner, Dylan Christian Sumner, Finley Emil Sumner, James Christopher Sumner

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On 2 July 2009, Sumner confirmed that the single “Sink or Swim” would be released on 28 September 2009 and would be the first off their album Never Cry Another Tear. The single was hosted for free on the band’s website prior to its physical release. It was followed by a digital bundle release with remixes of the song by Mark Reeder, James Bright and Teenagers. As a result of the 2011 reformation of New Order, Bad Lieutenant are on hiatus.


Sumner has been portrayed on film twice. John Simm played him in the 2002 film 24 Hour Party People, which focused on Factory Records. In the Ian Curtis biopic, Control, he is played by James Anthony Pearson.


Sumner has also been credited with advancing UK dance music and popularising the use of sequencers. In the early 1990s, he collaborated with former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr as Electronic.

In 1990, he worked with former Factory Records label mates A Certain Ratio, remixing their song “Won’t Stop Loving You”. He has also recorded tracks with fellow Mancunians 808 State and Sub Sub. Sumner appeared as guest singer and guitarist (alongside Primal Scream’s Bobby Gillespie) on The Chemical Brothers’ 1999 album Surrender, on the track “Out of Control”; and in a 2005 Chemical Brothers show at the Brixton Academy, Sumner appeared live onstage as a special guest on this track. He has also lent vocals and guitar to a track (“Miracle Cure”) on German trance outfit Blank & Jones 2008 release, “The Logic of Pleasure”. Sumner also appeared on the Primal Scream track “Shoot Speed Kill Light” from their 2000 album XTRMNTR.


In 1989, Sumner joined up with former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr to form Electronic. The Pet Shop Boys’ Neil Tennant collaborated on two tracks on their debut eponymous album, providing vocals. Sumner was their singer, guitarist, keyboardist and lyricist.


He has produced several remixes for tracks such as Technotronic’s “Rockin’ Over the Beat” (which was featured in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III soundtrack) and served as a record producer and/or songwriter for other Factory Records acts including Happy Mondays (whose second single, “Freaky Dancin’,” he produced in 1986), Shark Vegas, Abecedarians, 52nd Street and Section 25.


In 1981, Pauline Murray and The Invisible Girls released their last single “Searching for Heaven”, which included a guitar solo by Sumner, although he was not credited in the sleeves of its 7″ and 10″ edition at the time. In 1983, Sumner co-produced, with Donald Johnson, the single “The Great Divide”/”Love in a Strange Place” by the band Foreign Press. Foreign Press (aka Emergency) had had a long history with Sumner through both Joy Division and New Order.


Sumner and remaining band members Peter Hook and Stephen Morris started a new band named New Order, joined by keyboardist Gillian Gilbert in October 1980. Though Hook, Morris and Gilbert also contributed vocals on some early tracks, Sumner emerged as the band’s permanent singer and lyricist, alongside playing guitar and keyboards. Through a series of splits and reformations, the band has released ten studio albums.


Sumner married Sue Barlow (born 1956) on 28 October 1978. Their son, James, grew up in 1983. They Separation from spoused in 1989. Sumner lives with his second wife, Sarah Dalton, and their three children. He is a fan of the football club Manchester United.


Sumner was a founding member of Joy Division, a Salford band formed in 1976. He and childhood friend Peter Hook both attended the fabled Sex Pistols concert at Manchester’s Free Trade Hall on 4 June 1976 and were inspired to form a band. The band is widely considered one of the most influential of the era. Primarily known as the band’s lead guitarist (his main guitars were a Gibson SG and a custom Shergold Masquerader), Sumner also played keyboards for synthesizer parts and made his first vocal appearance on record singing the chorus of “Walked In Line” on the Warsaw album. In May 1980, the band’s singer, Ian Curtis, committed suicide, resulting in Joy Division’s end.


Bernard Sumner (born 4 January 1956) is an English singer, songwriter, musician and record producer. He is a founding member of both Joy Division and New Order.