Bimbo Jones

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Bimbo Jones are a UK-based trio, made up of studio partners Lee and JB also known to many by their alter-egos Dead Stereo & Element and singer/songwriter Katherine Ellis.

Lee's background lies in DJing, which he was drawn into in the early-nineties after hearing the likes of Sasha, Carl Cox and Massive Attack at those now infamous free parties. Meanwhile JB started out playing thrash guitar in underground clubs, before becoming the accomplished multi-instrumentalist he is today, he can often be found playing live with his chill out hip hop band Jacuti.

The duo's unique blend of talents have proven to be the basis for a successful partnership, with remixes for the likes of Usher, The Bodyrockers, Ciara and Annie Lennox under their belts. More recently, they were the co-producers behind the rebirth of a curly-haired crooner with the Leo Sayer sampling Number One Thunder In My Heart Again by Meck.

However, it was only after the pair's introduction to South London songstress Katherine Ellis that Bimbo Jones the band was born and work began on their forthcoming album. Katherine's extensive credentials include touring with Roger Sanchez as a featured vocalist, four chart hits with the Ruff Drivers, work with Dave Lee under his Raven Maize guise, and the massive Salsoul Nugget hit If You Wanna. Her vocals have also graced breakbeat anthems such as Shiver by Lee Coombs and Dylan Rhymes' Salty, as well as Mark Knight's recent hit Insatiable.
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