Steve  Prestwich's Memorial

Steve Prestwich
(1954 - 2011)

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Name: Mr Steve Prestwich
Gender: Male
Age: 56 years old
Lived: Friday, 5 March 1954 - Sunday, 16 January 2011

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Steven Prestwich (5 March 1954 – 16 January 2011) was an English-born Australian drummer, guitarist, singer and songwriter. After relocating from Liverpool, Prestwich was the founding and long-term drummer for pub rockers, Cold Chisel, which formed in Adelaide, South Australia in 1973. He wrote the Cold Chisel's songs, "When the War is Over" and "Forever Now", from the 1982 album Circus Animals. He also co-authored "Flame Trees". Prestwich also had a short spell with the Little River Band. Prestwich released two solo albums. Prestwich died on 16 January 2011 from a brain tumour two months before his 57th birthday.

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Song Name: Flame Trees
Artist: Steve Prestwich
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Biography

Children's Names: Melody, Vaughn
Country of Birth: England
Country of Residence: Australia
Occupation: Entertainment

Interests

Favourite Music Genre: Rock
Other Interests:
Musician, Producer, Writer

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Date of Passing: 16 January 2011
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