Episode 44: Steve Hindalong – The Choir Drummer/Lyricist

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Steve Hindalong is a songwriter, percussionist and producer. He is best known for co-founding the alternative rock band, The Choir, and serves as the group’s drummer, lyricist and co-producer. Debuting in 1985, The Choir was nominated for a Grammy in 2001, and recently released its 17th studio album, Bloodshot, in 2018. In addition, he is a member of the alternative Americana rock group, The Lost Dogs.
A prolific songwriter, Hindalong has written and co-written hundreds of recorded songs. He has produced numerous artists including Sixpence None the Richer, The Prayer Chain, Solveig Leithaug and Sara Groves, and most recently a solo album for his bandmate, Derri Daugherty.
Among Hindalong’s most notable creative conceptions is the four-album worship series, City on a Hill, for which he received multiple Dove awards and nominations as producer, writer and artist. Included in this series is the widely known worship standard, God of Wonders, which he co-wrote with Marc Byrd.
He has recorded two solo albums, Skinny, in 1998 and The Warbler, in 2016.
Facebook: Steve Hindalong – Drop the Feather in the River www.thechoir.net


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Intersect showcases interviews with musicians who were once/or still are prominent Christian music artist, discussing how their encounter with Christ not only influenced the direction and intent of their music, but also the direction and intent of their individual lives.

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