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Steve Hindalong

Steve Hindalong is a drummer, percussionist, songwriter and producer best known for his work with the rock band The Choir.

In the late 1990s, Hindalong became one of the most well respected producers in Nashville when he received numerous awards for his City on a Hill project. That collection included the song "God of Wonders", co written by Hindalong and Marc Byrd, which won a Dove Award for song of the year and was used by NASA to wake up astronaughts on the space shuttle.

Hindalong frequently plays percussion for other artists as well, including Terry Scott Taylor, Emmylou Harris, Buddy and Julie Miller, and others.