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Best known as the impeccable keyboardist who’s accompanied Elvis Costello since the days of The Attractions, Steve Nieve is a musical wunderkind who would’ve made any artist he accompanied sound like a sparkling genius. On 2013’s ToGetHer, he does just that. The collaboration with Costello on “Tender Moment (Kairos)” re-creates the Bacharach sessions. Nieve also crafts inspiring settings for Vanessa Paradis on “Conversation," Harper Simon (yes, Paul’s son) on “What a Holiday (Pandemonium),” and Ron Sexsmith on “Halloween (Bonfire Night),” ranging from rock-pop arrangements to torch ballads. Former Squeeze man Glenn Tilbrook comes alive with the bright adult pop of “Summer Song (Espionage)” and the piano and harmony of “I Do Not Miss You (Nostalgia #2).” Nieve’s wife, Muriel Teodori, teams with Robert Wyatt for “La Plus Jolie Langue,” where Nieve creates a static vibe not far removed from Wyatt’s solo work. Nieve does the same for Laurie Anderson on “Vertigo,” incorporating her spoken-word sense of alienation into a synthetic ballad that also points out Nieve’s underrated strengths as a singer.


Genre: Classical

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Steve Nieve was the longtime keyboardist/pianist/organist for Elvis Costello's backing band the Attractions, and his versatility and extensive training made him an excellent fit for much of Costello's increasingly ambitious post-Attractions music. Born Steven Nason, Nieve attended the Royal College of Music and successfully auditioned for the Attractions in 1977 when he was 19. In 1980, Nieve released his first solo venture, the EP Theme Music from Outline of a Hairdo, which appeared on Jake Riviera's...
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