Kasim Sulton is perhaps best known for his work with Todd Rundgren’s Utopia joining the band in 1976.
He remained in Utopia until their split in 1986, He also wrote and sang lead on their Top 20 hit “Set Me Free.”
Utopia briefly reformed in 1992 . Kasim has continued to be regular in Todd Rundgren’s touring band.
In addition, Sulton has performed with Joan Jett, Hall and Oates, Cheap Trick, Richie Sambora, Mick Jagger, Celine Dion, Bon Jovi, Patti Smith, Blue Oyster Cult, and Meat Loaf over his nearly 40-year career.
He played bass and sang backing vocals on Meat Loaf’s multi-million selling album “Bat Out of Hell” in 1978 and continued to be a part of Meat Loaf’s career by acting as his Musical Director for his touring band Neverland Express.
He became a member of Joan Jett & the Blackhearts in the late 1980′s where he toured, recorded and contributed songs. In 2012 he became a full time member of Blue Oyster Cult.
His solo career includes 1982′s “Kasim” album which features the hit “Don’t Break My Heart”, 2002′s “Quid Pro Quo” and 2014′s “3″ which featured a guest appearance from Todd Rundgren on the lead single “The Clocks all Stopped”
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