Keith Wilkinson

Keith Wilkinson

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Keith Wilkinson is a British musician who was the bassist for Squeeze from 1985 to 1997.[1] Though the band had other bass players before and after him, Wilkinson's tenure with Squeeze was by far the longest. Prior to working with Squeeze, Wilkinson was in the band Nasty Pop, and he has also appeared on albums by Paul Carrack, Jools Holland, and Michael Penn. He also briefly played in British band The Conversation with Chris Ford and Preben Raunjsberg.

He has a son named Sam.


  1. Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Biography: Squeeze. AMG. Retrieved on 11 May 2010.
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Former members: Paul Gunn Harry Kakoulli Jools Holland Gilson Lavis John Bentley Paul Carrack Don Snow Chris Holland Keith Wilkinson Andy Metcalfe Matt Irving Pete Thomas Kevin Wilkinson Ashley Soan Hilaire Penda Chris Braide
Management and Producers: Miles Copeland III John Cale John Wood Roger Bechirian Elvis Costello Dave Edmunds Nick Lowe Phil McDonald Laurie Latham Eric "ET" Thorngren Steve Forward Tony Berg Peter Smith
EPs: Packet of Three
Studio Albums: U.K. Squeeze Cool for Cats Argybargy East Side Story Sweets from a Stranger Cosi Fan Tutti Frutti Babylon and On Frank Play Some Fantastic Place Ridiculous Domino
Singles: See here
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