Steve Goulding

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Steve Goulding
Steve Goulding performing with the Mekons at the Hideout, Chicago, Illinois, on 13 July 2015
Steve Goulding performing with the Mekons at the Hideout, Chicago, Illinois, on 13 July 2015
Background information
Born1954 (age 67–68)
London, England
GenresRock, new wave, pub rock, soul, R&B
InstrumentsDrums
Years active1970s–present
Associated actsThe Rumour, The Associates, Poi Dog Pondering, The Waco Brothers, The Mekons, Lene Lovich, Gang Of Four, Thompson Twins, Garland Jeffreys, Carlene Carter, Elvis Costello, Archer Prewitt, Freakwater, Wreckless Eric, Dave Edmunds, Yat Kha, Killer Shrews
Websitegrahamparker.net

Steve Goulding (born 1954) is an English drummer, who has played as a member of Graham Parker and The Rumour, The Associates, Poi Dog Pondering, The Waco Brothers, Sally Timms and the Drifting Cowgirls and The Mekons. He also played the drums on the hit single "Let's Go to Bed" by The Cure[1] and "Watching the Detectives" with Elvis Costello. He co-wrote "I Love the Sound of Breaking Glass" with Nick Lowe and Andrew Bodnar. He currently[when?] resides in New York City.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Steve Goulding". Wacobrothers.com. Retrieved 26 July 2020.