David CoulterInstruments (with the Pogues): Mandolin, Tambourine, Ukulele, Djembe, Shaker
The Pogues member: 1994-1996
David Coulter, British multi-instrumentalist (playing guitar, violin, mandolin, theremin, ukulele, bass, didjeridu, Jew's harp, musical saw, accordion, harmonium etc.), has worked internationally as an artist, teacher, lecturer, workshop leader and deviser/director of over 30 large scale music/performance/theatre events for young people.
David has created and composed soundtracks for numerous dance, theatre, film, TV and radio projects including Yolande Snaith, Protein Dance, Candoco and Le Ballet du Fargistan.
He has guested with the Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain and was also didjeridu player to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ll on several State occasions including recitals at Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey.
His numerous live and studio collaborations as a multi-instrumentalist include work with The Pogues, Kronos Quartet, Charlemagne Palestine, Talvin Singh, Nitin Sawnhey, Sandy Dillon, Ed Harcourt, Thea Gilmore, Test Dept, Peter Hammill, Steve Martland, The Communards, Vivian Stanshall, Joe Strummer, Roger Eno, Steve Nieve, Marc Ribot, Sarah-Jane Morris, Richard Strange, John Harle, Hector Zazou, 48 Cameras, Michael Gira, Lydia Lunch, Marianne Faithfull and Mary Margaret OíHara.
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