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|Origin||Chicago, Illinois, United States|
Manifesto Records (UK)
|Associated acts||Ten City
Stingily had several hit records in the 1980s and 1990s as the lead singer of Ten City. As a solo artist, he had his biggest success on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, where he hit No. 1 three times. In 1997 he spent a week in the top spot with "Get Up (Everybody)" where he sampled Sylvester's "Dance (Disco Heat)", then hit No. 1 again in 1998 with a remake of Sylvester's "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)", produced by Damien Mendis and Stuart Bradbury.
"That's the Way Love Is," a No. 1 dance hit in 1989 for Ten City, brought him to No. 1 again in 1999 when he re-recorded it on his own. Some of his recent singles have been released on the UK-based record label Defected Records.
- The Purist (1998) Nervous Records
- Club Stories (2000) Nervous Records
|Year||Song||Peak chart positions|
|1996||Don't Fall in Love||—|
|Love You the Right Way||—|
|1997||Get Up (Everybody)||1||14|
|Sing A Song||38|
|1998||You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)||1||13|
|1999||That's That Way Love Is||1||32|
|2000||Why Can't You Be Real||9||—|
|Stand Right Up||6||—|
|2001||U Turn Me
(featuring Leee John)
- Mirani, Czarina. "Byron Stingily: The 5 Magazine Interview". 5 Magazine. Retrieved July 2011. Check date values in:
- Bush, John. "Biography: Byron Stingily". Allmusic. Retrieved 4 May 2010.
- "Billboard Single Charts". Billboard.biz. Retrieved 20 June 2010.
- "everyHit.com - UK Top 40 Chart Archive". Retrieved 20 June 2010.
- List of number-one dance hits (United States)
- List of artists who reached number one on the US Dance chart
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