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Bones Hillman was born on 1958. Discover Bones Hillman's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?

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In 2017 Hillman participated in a Midnight Oil reunion and tour.


In 2015, Hillman recorded and toured with Matthew Good.


In 2014, Hillman reunited with Midnight Oil producer Warne Livesey to record songs for his new musical project the Graysmiths.


During the hiatus of Midnight Oil, Hillman returned to New Zealand, working as a studio and live musician with Dave Dobbyn and recorded the album Available Light. Hillman moved with his family to Nashville, USA, in early 2007 to participate in the more active musical scene there. In 2009, Hillman recorded albums for Anne McCue (Broken Promise Land) and Elizabeth Cook (Welder, produced by Don Was). In 2011, Hillman worked on the Musical adaptation of Diner recording tracks for Sheryl Crow.


Moving to Australia as part of The Swingers in 1980 and living there until 2002, he was a member of internationally known Australian rock band Midnight Oil, replacing Peter Gifford in 1987 as bass player.


In late 1977 he joined the New Zealand band the Swingers with Phil Judd (ex-Split Enz) and Mark Hough (a.k.a. Buster Stiggs, ex-Suburban Reptiles). Their single "Counting the Beat" was a trans-Tasman number one hit before the band disintegrated in 1983.


Wayne Stevens (born 1958), known by the stage name Bones Hillman, is a New Zealand musician. He played bass guitar in his first band the Masochists, an early New Zealand punk act, formed with friends from the Auckland suburb of Avondale (they were alternatively known as the Avondale Spiders). In late 1977 he joined the Suburban Reptiles and appeared on their first single, "Megaton" (Vertigo, 1978). The name Hillman was coined by the make of car he drove. He left the band in early 1978 and joined the former Masochists in the Rednecks, a mainstay of the legendary Zwines punk scene in Auckland.