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Full Name Cui Jian
Profession Rock Singer
Date of Birth August 2 , 1961
Current Age 62 years
Birth Country China
Birth Sign Leo
Dead or Alive Alive ( 62 years old)

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Cui Jian Biography

Cui Jian is one of the famous Rock Singer, who was born on the memorable day of August 2 in the year 1961. Cui Jian is a proud citizen of China.

Considered to be the “Father of Chinese Rock” whose primary instrument has been the trumpet.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Cui Jian continues to be an inspiration for many.

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His father was a trumpet player and his mother performed in a dance troupe; they raised him in Beijing.

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He had a rapping cameo with Public Enemy, a rap group that included Professor Griff, at the 2007 Beijing Pop Festival.


He started playing trumpet when he was fourteen years old and joined the Beijing Philharmonic Orchestra six years later.


He was banned from performing in Beijing in the 1990s, but he still put on shows, flying in the face of the Chinese government.

Net Worth & Salary

Cui Jian net worth is $5 Million (2022).

Cui Jian Timeline

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Cui created a hybrid and experimental music mix that cut across divisions between pop, reggae, funk, hard rock and punk music genres.
He joined the Beijing Symphony Orchestra in 1981, at the age of twenty.
In 1984 he formed his first band, Qi He Ban (七合板, literally "Seven-Ply Board," but notably called "Seven-Player band") with six other classically trained musicians, including the saxophonist/suona player Liu Yuan.
In 1985, the band released another album, titled Cui Jian with Seven-Player band.
Cui Jian first shot to stardom in 1986, when he performed his song "Nothing to My Name" on the 100-Singer Concert of Year of International Peace at Beijing's Workers' Stadium.
In 1988 he performed at a concert broadcast worldwide in conjunction with the Seoul Summer Olympic Games.