Steve Nieve

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Steve Nieve has been Elvis Costello’s keyboardist since the first note of the Attractions. Nieve has recorded several acclaimed solo albums, including Welcome to the Voice, the classical opera he co-wrote with Muriel Téodori, released on Deutsche Grammophon in 2007. “ToGetHer” — a song cycle — continues the spirit of collaboration and brings together for the first time Sting, Vanessa Paradis, Elvis Costello, Laurie Anderson, Robert Wyatt, Muriel Téodori, Tall Ulyss, Ron Sexsmith, Harper Simon, Joe Sumner, Cali, Alain Chamfort. Available via 429 Records. You can find him on Facebook here, Twitter here and his website here.  Photo credit: Muriel Téodori

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Steve Nieve (Elvis Costello and the Attractions) Talks David Crosby’s Croz

By Steve Nieve | September 5, 2014

Steve Nieve (Elvis Costello and the Attractions) Talks David Crosby’s Croz

“Even if I dream alone on such a dangerous night, somehow I know I am going to dream again tonight,” sings David Crosby on "Dangerous Night," a...

Steve Nieve (Elvis Costello and the Attractions) Talks Liam Finn’s The Nihilist

By Steve Nieve | April 8, 2014

Steve Nieve (Elvis Costello and the Attractions) Talks Liam Finn’s The Nihilist

Who is the Nihilist? Or is that Neil-ist — Liam Finn is the son of the celebrated Neil Finn of Crowded House and Split Enz fame. Either way, Finn's...

Steve Nieve (Elvis Costello and the Attractions) Talks Elton John’s The Diving Board

By Steve Nieve | September 30, 2013

Steve Nieve (Elvis Costello and the Attractions) Talks Elton John’s The Diving Board

One of my earliest memories of diving into the deep end was the first evening I went to a "youth club." In a dusty church hall, under colored mood...