Steinberg played with Soul Coughing throughout the band's entire history, from 1992–2000. He also recorded and performed with guitarist Marc Ribot and appeared on, and inspired the title of, William Shatner's 2004 second album Has Been. In 2001, Steinberg performed on stage with Neil Finn and Tim Finn, Eddie Vedder, Johnny Marr, Ed O'Brien, Phil Selway and others in a concert recorded on a DVD titled "7 Worlds Collide". Steinberg performed on the Dixie Chicks' "Accidents and Accusations" 2006 tour, and toured with k.d. lang during the Summer of 2007. Steinberg performed with Vanessa Carlton on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno October 11, 2007. He appeared again in 2009 with Neil Finn and friends for the second installment of 7 Worlds Collide playing alongside members of Radiohead and Wilco.
Steinberg made a brief appearance in the film Funny People, as the bassist in a band that Adam Sandler's character, a movie star, hired to jam with him.
He was born in New York City and grew up in Newton, Massachusetts.
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