Steve Knightley Steve Knightley
Steve Knightley (born 1954 in Southampton, England) is a singer-songwriter, musician and one half of Devon-based leading acoustic, folk, roots duo Show Of Hands (alongside Phil Beer, and frequently joined by bass player and singer Miranda Sykes); in April 2007 they sold out the Albert Hall for the third time. Among his best known songs: 'Country Life', 'Roots', 'Cousin Jack'. Has recently produced a solo album 'Cruel River' notable for songs 'Poppy Day' and 'Crooked Man '97' - the latter an outspoken attack on former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his Iraq policy.

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