Steve Bingham (bassist)
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|Born||4 April 1949|
|Genres||Pop, Soul, Rock|
|Labels||Pye, GM Records, Epic, Uni Records|
|Associated acts||The Foundations|
Steve Bingham (born 4 April 1949, Solihull, Warwickshire) is a bass guitarist who joined the worldwide chart topping UK band The Foundations in 1969 - replacing their former bass player - and stayed with them until their break-up in 1970.
He played on the 1972 Ennismore album by Colin Blunstone, on the 1974 Anymore for Anymore album by Ronnie Lane, and the 1976 album Stars Fade (In Hotel Rooms) by Kevin Westlake. Steve also toured with Ronnie Lane and Slim Chance in "The Passing Show", which took a huge circus tent on the road with dancing girls, fire eaters, clowns and a general assortment of circus people.
In 1999, because of the popularity of the film There's Something About Mary, the renewed interest in '"Build Me Up Buttercup" and The Foundations, a version of the band reformed with Colin Young on vocals, Alan Warner on guitar, Bingham on bass, and Gary Moberley on keyboards, etc. The group stayed together for a period of time seeing a change of the lead singer with Hue Montgomery replacing Colin Young.
In recent years Bingham has been a member of Geno Washington and The Ram Jam Band as well as the "Reformed but Unrepentant" reunion edition of Slim Chance with original Slim Chance members Charlie Hart and Steve Simpson.
- 1000 UK Number One Hits by John Kutner 239 The Foundations Baby How That I've Found You
- "AllMusic.com "Ennismore" Album Credits".
- "AllMusic.com "Anymore for Anymore" Album Credits".
- "Kevin Westlake Website".
- "Ronnie Lane and Slim Chance "The Passing Show" on the Slim Chance Website".
- "Gary Moberley info (The Musicians' Olympus)". Web.archive.org. Archived from the original on 27 October 2009. Retrieved 2014-08-26.
- "Geno Washington and The Ram Jam Band Website".
- "Slim Chance Website".