Steve Kilbey

Steve-Kilbey

Steve Kilbey, band singer, songwriter, bassist, painter, writer, poet, actor, sage, dispenser of arcane wisdom, and much loved national treasure has signed a worldwide deal with Golden Robot Records to write and record a new solo rock album for the early part of 2016 where he will push the boundaries surpassing anything he has done previously , we are all very excited to be part of this amazing journey with one of Australia’s most loved artists.

The popular song "Under the Milky Way" won the "Best Single of the Year" award at the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) awards event in 1989. For his work with The Church, Kilbey then accepted, together with his bandmates, an induction into the ARIA Hall of Fame.

Steve got his first bass guitar at age 16, joined a “cabaret” band at 18, formed a couple of bands “precious little” who morphed into “baby grande” (Peter Koppes was in both these groups too), in 1980 formed the Church and has also released 14 solo music albums since.

"Kilbey's solo recordings are challenging and evocative. . . joyous and dreamy to saturnine and sardonic".
Ian McFarlane.

As of October 2014, Kilbey had 750 original songs registered with Australian copyright agency Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA), he has even worked as a computer programmer!

Steve Kilbey, band singer, songwriter, bassist, painter, writer, poet, actor, sage, dispenser of arcane wisdom, and much loved national treasure.

GRR are pleased to announce a new solo album to be released in 2016.

The Church had a great leap forward five years ago and has been playing hard ever since...

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Steve Kilby from The Church