Steve Hindalong (b. November 29, 1959) is an American drummer, percussionist, songwriter and producer best known for his work with the alternative rock band The Choir. Since 2006, Hindalong has also been an official member of the alternative country supergroup Lost Dogs.
In the late 1990s, Hindalong became one of the most well respected producers in Nashville after receiving numerous awards for his City On A Hill project. That collection of songs included the Dove Award-winning "God of Wonders" (Song of the Year), co-written by Hindalong and Marc Byrd.
Aside from producing the City on a Hill series, Hindalong has also produced albums for The Prayer Chain, The Throes, Caedmon's Call, The Waiting, Common Children, First Call, Morella's Forest, Hoi Polloi, and Duraluxe. He also released a solo album, Skinny in 1998.
He released his second solo album, The Warbler, in June 2016.