Kim Bingham

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About Kim Bingham

Kim Bingham is a Canadian singer-songwriter. She began her career in music as a member of the Montreal, Quebec third wave ska band Me Mom and Morgentaler. In 1994, Bingham left Me Mom & Morgentaler and moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, married then-fiancee (now ex-husband) Steven Drake of the Odds and formed the band Mudgirl with drummer Glenn Kruger (the Paperboys, Bloody Chicletts, Tariq), bassist/songwriter Russell Less (the ground), and guitarist Lucas Truman. Mudgirl recorded and released their debut 5-song CD "First Book" in 1995 and had Canadian radio hits that year with "This Day" & "Adjusted", produced a handful of popular videos featured on MuchMusic, and performed on some Lilith Fair dates in the U.S. However, in 1999, she dissolved Mudgirl and created The Kim Band, with a rotating collective of musicians in which Bingham herself was the sole constant. That group's debut album, Girlology, was released in 2001. From 2001 until 2003, Bingham also worked with Canadian singer David Usher as a guitarist and backing vocalist. In 2003, she released a French language single, "Coeur de sable", which was a popular Top 40 hit in Quebec. In 2003 and early 2004, she toured Europe

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