Noel McCalla (born 4 November 1956, London, England) is a British rock singer. He was the lead vocalist for the rock group Manfred Mann's Earth Band from 1991 until 2009.
Deidre McCalla is an American singer-songwriter from New York City. McCalla was raised around the folk music scene of McDougal Street in New York, where she began her career. In the 1990s, she moved to northern California. She has released several albums on the women's music label Olivia Records.
Marcel McCalla (born February 1981) is British actor, voice artist and musician from London. He has appeared in several stage productions and television shows, including Grange Hill for five series and Footballers' Wives.
Val McCalla (3 October 1943 in Kingston, Jamaica – 22 August 2002 in Seaford, East Sussex) is best known as the founder of The Voice, a British weekly newspaper aimed at the Britain's black community. He founded it in 1982 as a voice for the British African-Caribbean community. He was honored as a pioneering publisher for the community, but also faced critics who deemed him sensationalistic.
William McCalla (1814–1849) was an Irish naturalist.