BeX, Steve Bingham & Simon Spence

Interviews from 14 November include BeX live in the studio, Steve Bingham of Slim Chance, along with the author Simon Spence.

BeX is an accomplished professional performer & aspiring singer songwriter from the UK. BeX has developed into a true professional and an astonishing performer, with her powerful vocal talent, versatility, stage presence and her great passion and talent for song-writing, expressive creative lyrics and catchy hooks and melodies she appeal’s to a wide range of audiences. BeX trained as a professional Singer, Dancer & Actress in London and has worked all over the world on various shows and productions… including performances at The Royal Albert Hall, Her Majesty’s Theatre, The Troubadour, The Bedford, Sky TV, The BT Tower, AD NEC, supporting Olly Murs and much more, whilst performing on the road BeX discovered songwriting was what she loved to do. With influences growing up listening to the likes of her icons, Eva Cassidy & Carole King these artists really have inspired her creativity, BeX style brings the elements and qualities from her favorites artists P!nk & Anastacia, and with a country feel of the Dixie Chicks & Lady Antebellum, so with the essence of all these influences ‘BeX’ Creates her own unique and original sound as an artist/ songwriter in her own right across the Pop, Rock/ Americana genre. A huge talent BeX has is she’s so diverse and versatile, she is able to write and sing across so many genres, and is always ready for a challenge, which means writing for other artists or any projects is so exciting, she has caught the attention from key industry individuals and with her passion and drive and she is continuing to pursue a career within the music industry as a singer songwriter.

Steve Bingham 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. In recent years, Steve 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.

Simon Spence collaborated with Rolling Stones manager and producer Andrew Loog Oldham on the classic memoirs Stoned and 2Stoned and is author of the highly acclaimed 2012 biography The Stone Roses: War and Peace and the recent Happy Mondays: Excess All Areas and When the Screaming Stops: The Dark History of the Bay City Rollers. He has written for NME, Dazed & Confused, The Face, i-D, The Independent, The Japan Times, International New York Times and Q.

BeX (Live in the Studio)

Steve Bingham of Slim Chance

Simon Spence (author)