Having previously drummed for Robbie Williams on the Life Thru a Lens album and tours, Barnard joined Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros after Jed Lynch left. Barnard drummed on the "Forbidden City" track of the Rock Art and the X-Ray Style album.
Following the Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros debut gig at the Sheffield Leadmill on 5 June 1999 The Mescaleros toured extensively throughout the UK, Europe, Canada, USA and Japan for the next six months. Further tours followed in early 2000 which included Japan, Australia, New Zealand and the UK. The final night of a ten date British tour supporting The Who, at Wembley Arena in November 2000, proved to be his last for The Mescaleros.
In 2001, along with Johnny Wilks, formed one*iota who later became King Louis. Barnard drummed for Mock Turtles on their return to the charts in 2003 and is currently drumming for Archive, who though relatively unknown in Britain are reaching massive proportions on mainland Europe.
COURT OF APPEALS HOLDS ORAL ARGUMENT IN STEVE BARNARD V. METRO SECURITY FORCES, INC. ET AL. AT MICHIGAN CITY HIGH SCHOOL - MICHIGAN CITY.
Nov 06, 2009; INDIANAPOLIS, IN -- The following information was released by the Indiana Courts: The Court of Appeals of Indiana will hear oral...