From his earliest days as a member of the legendary Clean onward, singer/songwriter David Kilgour stood among the most important figures on the New Zealand pop landscape. A native of Dunedin, Kilgour first emerged in 1979 as the guitarist of the Clean, the highly influential trio he co-founded with his brother, drummer Hamish; when the group disbanded three years later, the brothers reunited in the Great Unwashed. He began a lucrative solo career in 1990, releasing numerous albums, including Frozen Orange, Far Now, and Left by Soft. He also reunited with the Clean multiple times. ~ Jason Ankeny & Tim Sendra
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