|Royston William Langdon|
May 1, 1972 |
Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
|Genres||Glam rock, alternative rock|
|Occupations||Singer, songwriter, bass guitarist|
|Years active||1994-2002, 2008-present|
Royston William Langdon is the lead singer and bassist of the British glam rock band Spacehog. From March 25, 2003 until April 2008, he was the husband of Liv Tyler, and is also the father of her son, Milo William Langdon (born December 14, 2004).
Langdon was born on May 1, 1972 in Leeds. When he was young, he and his older brother Antony joined the Leeds Parish Church choir; the two of them would later found Spacehog in 1994. Antony plays rhythm guitar for the band. Shortly after Spacehog was formed, Langdon came to New York City, where he met Bryce Goggin; the two became friends, and Goggin would later produce Spacehog's best known song, In the Meantime.