Stephen Edward Foster (30 September 1946 – 25 January 2018), better known as Steve Foster, was an Australian singer-songwriter, guitarist and banjo and harmonica player. He was born in Murray Bridge, South Australia.
Foster's career had mostly been as a solo artist, but he has led some very successful bands as well including Inkase, Alcheringa, Head First and Limited Edition. He was the opening act on the Brian Cadd & the Bootleg Family Australian tour 1972-1973. He performed in The Mount Lofty Rangers.
In September 1972, was the release of Foster's award-winning debut solo album Coming Home In A Jar on the Bootleg Label.
In 1995 Forever Blue, a co-write with Graham Goble, first recorded by Little River Band in 1986 on the album No Reins, the last album recorded with John Farnham became a huge hit in Europe, rising into the Top 10.
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- stevefostermusic.com Archived 2016-03-03 at the Wayback Machine
- Steve Foster & Blackwood County Bluegrass Ensemble (MySpace)
- Steve Foster & The OCQ (MySpace)
- Steve Foster & Blackwood County Bluegrass Ensemble (Triple J Unearthed)
- Steve Foster & The OCQ (Triple J Unearthed)