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Family Dog (Dog)

Over the years, Jarvis Cocker has welcomed several dogs into his home, maintaining a family dog as part of the household to this day.

Jarvis Cocker

Jarvis Cocker Pets


September 19, 1963 (60)

Jarvis Cocker is an English musician, singer-songwriter, and frontman of the rock band Pulp, which played a pivotal role in the Britpop movement of the 1990s. Cocker’s contributions to music include leading Pulp to critical and commercial success, notably with the Mercury Prize-winning album “Different Class” in 1995. He has also embarked on a solo career, releasing albums such as “Jarvis” in 2006 and “Further Complications” in 2009.

Cocker’s career is marked by his significant achievements in both band and solo projects. With Pulp, he achieved fame through hits such as “Common People” and “Disco 2000,” contributing to the band’s status as a key figure in the Britpop genre. His solo work has been recognized for its insightful lyrics and distinctive musical style, with albums receiving critical acclaim. Additionally, Cocker has lent his talents to film soundtracks, such as for Wes Anderson‘s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” where he voiced a character and contributed to the music. His influence is further evident through his roles as a radio presenter for BBC Radio 6 Music’s “Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service” and as the host of the BBC Radio 4 series “Wireless Nights.”

Throughout his career, Cocker has engaged in numerous collaborations that have enriched his musical repertoire and extended his influence within the industry. He has worked alongside artists such as Nancy Sinatra, for whom he wrote and produced the track “Don’t Let Him Waste Your Time,” and Marianne Faithfull, contributing to her album “Kissin Time.” His participation in the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire soundtrack as a member of the fictional band The Weird Sisters, alongside members of Radiohead.