- About Mike Lindup
Full name: Mike Lindup
Also known as: Mike Lindup, Lindup, Mike
Professions: Soundtrack, Composer
- Mike Lindup Biography
Template:Multiple issues Mike Lindup (born Michael Lindup, 17 March 1959, in London, England) is best known as the keyboard player and falsetto voiced singer, who joined with Mark King and brothers Phil and Boon Gould to form the 1980s–1990s British jazz-funk/pop rock band, Level 42.Since July 2000, he has been part of the live line-up of UK/Brazilian outfit Da Lata, playing keyboards, percussion and providing backing vocals, who have been performing from clubs to festivals in the UK and Europe, U.S., Canada, Japan, South Africa and China.In 2006, he rejoined Level 42, replacing Lyndon Connah, for touring appearances and the recording of the album Retroglide.In 2009, he appeared on Phil Gould's first solo album, Watertight.In 2012, he dueted with Leee John on a version of "Something About You" at the Leicester Square Theatre, London.His mother is the actress, singer and songwriter Nadia Cattouse and his father is David Lindup.
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