Binky Cullom

Binky Cullom

Real Name:
Marie-Louise Slade née Cullom
Profile:
Binky Cullom is an American-born singer. In the late 1960s she was a folk singer. In the fall of 1970 she replaced Jane Relf as the female vocalist for the progressive rock band Renaissance. Cullom was only with the band for three months, leaving in December of that year. Annie Haslam replaced her on January 1, 1971. The only known surviving recordings of her time with Renaissance is a performance for Belgian television recorded in Novemeber, 1970 and released on the "Kings and Queens" DVD in 2010. She is married to former Renaissance drummer Terry Slade and now lives in the U.K.
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Binky Cullom Discography

Vocals

VPDVD67 Renaissance (4) Renaissance (4) - Kings & Queens Voiceprint, RTBF VPDVD67 UK 2010 Sell This Version

Instruments & Performance

VPDVD67 Renaissance (4) Renaissance (4) - Kings & Queens Voiceprint, RTBF VPDVD67 UK 2010 Sell This Version