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Dinky Bingham
Dinky (* 1963 in Jamaica, Queens, NY) is a singer, musician, songwriter, producer, and engineer. Raised in Jamaica, Queens, and now based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Dinky is the son of a preacher. He started in the music industry as a pianist and vocalist in 1982 for the then new Phonogram studios, where he recorded several tracks on the White Soul album project with underground jazz artists. In 1985, he joined the Christian group New Witness.
A few years later, Dinky was called to replace lead vocalist Mark Stevens into the Queens-based funk trio The Jamaïca Boys, which also included Marcus Miller and Lenny White. After hit singles such as "Move It", "Shake It Up", or "Pick Up The Phone", the group disbanded and Dinky became a full-time producer.
Dinky is the CEO of Dinky B. Music, a production/publishing company based in Philadelphia. He has produced gold and platinum hits for artists such as Changing Faces, New Edition, Kylie Minogue and Jaheim, in addition to creating several remixes for artists such as Chaka Khan, Zhané, Paula Abdul, and Bobby Brown. Dinky also served as musical director for the R&B group Guy, and has been the mentor to several current successful hip-hop/R&B producers such as Supa Dave West, Rockwilder and Jimi Kendrix.
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Pete Belasco, sax, organ, keyboards, vibes, bass, drums, vocals
Joel Kipnis, guitar
Dinky Bingham, organ
Wayne Petswater, bass
David Fleming, drums
Bashiri Johnson, percussion
Robert Rodriguez, percussion

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