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Steve Abel net worth & biography:Steve Abel (born January 1970) is a New Zealand singer-songwriter and environmental activist.Abel contributed his song "Hospice for Destitute Lovers" to the art noir feature film Woodenhead (2003). His debut album Little Death garnered favourable reviews when released in February 2006 and featured a “Kiwi supergroup” of notable New Zealand musicians including Geoff Maddock and Kirsten Morell of Goldenhorse; Mike Hall and Milan Borich of Pluto; and Gareth Thomas of Goodshirt.Abel was involved in protests by Native Forest Action against logging on the West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island. He later worked as a campaigner for Greenpeace from 2002 to 2006 during which time he was prominent in the New Zealand movement against genetically engineered food crops. Abel was also involved in actions against the proposed coal-fired power station Marsden B in Northland, New Zealand including a nine-day occupation in 2005 and the operation of a pirate radio station Heatwave FM which broadcast from Ruakaka in November 2006. The Marsden B proposal was later abandoned. Abel was one of the coordinators of the re-recording of the Don McGlashan song "Anchor Me" in 2005 to mark the twentieth anniversary of the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior.In 2006 Abel was awarded an Alternatui (Album of the Year) for Little Death from Beach Radio on Waiheke Island.He currently resides in Auckland. Wikipedia
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