||Craig Lincoln Hooper
23 November 1959 |
||Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia
||Musician, songwriter, producer
||The Reels, Do-Ré-Mi, The Church, The Crystal Set
Craig Lincoln Hooper (born 23 November 1959) is an Australian musician who was a core member (with Dave Mason) of indie rock band The Reels (1977–1992) and was in bands The Mullanes (the initial incarnation of Crowded House), The Church (appears on their 1984 five-track extended play, Persia) and The Crystal Set.
As a keyboardist or guitarist, he was a session musician for Do-Ré-Mi, Rockmelons and Ross Wilson; and The Port-of-Call Girls.
Hooper was also involved in song writing (co-writing with The Reels members) and record producing (with Mason and Bruce Brown).