Kasim Sulton is an American bass guitarist, keyboardist and vocalist. Best known for his work with Utopia, Sulton sang lead on 1980s "Set Me Free," Utopia's only top 40 hit in the United States. As a solo artist, Sulton hit the Canadian top 40 in 1982 with "Don't Break My Heart". Sulton has been a frequent collaborator, bassist and singer on many of Todd Rundgren's projects and solo tours.
|Birth name:||Kasim Anthony Sulton|
|Born:||December 8, 1955, Staten Island, New York United States|
|Genres:||Rock and roll|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, songwriter, arranger, music director, producer|
|Instruments:||Vocals, bass, keyboards|
|Labels:||Sphere Sound Records|
|Associated acts:||Cherry Vanilla, Utopia, Joan Jett, The New Cars, Meat Loaf, Blue Öyster Cult, Scandal|
|Website:||Kasim Sulton's Official site|
|Facebook:||Kasim Sulton's Facebook profile|
About Kasim Sulton
Rock 'n' roll bassist and vocalist who sang the 1980s hit "Set Me Free" with the band Utopia and has worked with Todd Rundgren.
He appeared in the band Cherry Vanilla prior to Utopia.
In 1982, his solo hit "Don't Break My Heart" reached the top forty list.
His father sparked his interest in music.
He was a member of Joan Jett's band.
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