Charlie Gillingham (50)
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Charlie Gillingham, (born Charles Thomas Gillingham, January 26, 1960, Torrance, California ), plays the Hammond B-3 organ, accordion, piano, and keyboards for Counting Crows. He has also played the bass guitar in live shows during certain songs such as "Holiday in Spain".
He was also a member of Zip Code Revue, and played keyboards on Train's 1998 debut album.
In 2004, Gillingham was nominated for an Oscar as co-composer of the song, "Accidentally in Love". He was put forward in the category 'Academy Award for Best Original Song' with his fellow songwriters Adam Duritz, Jim Bogios, David Immerglück, Matt Malley, David Bryson and Dan Vickrey. The track was used in the film, Shrek 2.
Apart from his work with Counting Crows, Gillingham also contributed to the following recordings :
Low Stars - Low Stars - 2007
Comfort in Sound - Feeder - 2003
Propeller - Peter Stuart - 2002
Nowhere is Brighter - Garrin Benfield - 2002
Still Waiting for Spring - Matt Nathanson - 2000
Train - Train - 1998
The Golden Age - Cracker - 1996
Abundance - Zip Code Revue - 1996
Slipaway - Jerry Shelfer - 1992
United Kingdom - American Music Club - 1990
List of Hammond organ players
Charlie Gillingham at the Internet Movie Database
^ Musicsquare.com birthday information file
^ IMDb Academy Award details
^ Allmusic information
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