Label: Not On Label (Tiffany Eckhardt Self-released) - TECK002 • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
David Alexander John Steel is an Australian singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer. He is a former member of Scene No.
10 - Various - Masters Of Classical Music Vol. 6-10 rock group, Weddings Parties Anything —88 Just The Wind - Tiffany Eckhardt & Dave Steel - Big Big Sky pop band, the Whipper Snappers — Steel has issued seven solo albums, including one as leader of Dave Steel and the Roadside Prophets.
He also released two albums as half of an eponymous duo with folk singer, Tiffany Eckhardt —present. Steel, on guitar, vocals and harmonica, joined a newly formed folk rock band, Weddings Parties Anythingin late alongside Dave Adams on drums; Mick Thomas on lead vocals, bass guitar, guitar and mandolin; Mark Wallace on piano accordion, keyboards and vocals. Prior to their second album, Karen Middleton of The Canberra Timesdescribed how the group, "[were] compared to Irish post-punk folk rockers the Pogues, the more mellow Bushwackers and Just The Wind - Tiffany Eckhardt & Dave Steel - Big Big Sky Redgum.
Steel ignored such comparisons. Steel cannot sustain an entire album on his own Pleasant melodies, but the songs start to sound all the same by the end of the disc. RRRin In Steel was also a sometime member of a surf rock band, the Flaming Toxins.
The Last RadioSteel's third album, appeared in August As with his past offerings, the recording is a blend of acoustic guitar and rhythm and blues. The Edge of the World Mayhis sixth album, "featured a collection of contemporary Australian acoustic roots tunes with plenty of charm" according to McFarlane. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dave Steel. Guitar vocals harmonica mandolin dobro. The Encyclopedia of Australian Rock and Pop. Jenkins, Jeff Foreword 2nd ed.
Gisborne, Vic : Third Stone Press. Australian Rock Database Magnus Holmgren. Archived from the original on 22 October Retrieved 14 September Archived from the original on 30 September Gisborne, Vic: Third Stone Press. The Sydney Morning Herald. The Canberra Times. Retrieved 14 September — via National Library of Australia.
The Good Times. Retrieved 17 September Retrieved 15 September — via National Library of Australia. Archived from the original on 9 January Archived from the original on 10 January Huon News. Music Tasmania. Categories : Australian male singers Living people.
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