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David A. Stewart

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David A. Stewart

English musician, songwriter and record producer, best known for his work with Eurythmics add

Category: Music

Born in 1952.

Countries: United Kingdom (39%), United States (30%), Ireland (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Eurythmics, Mick Jagger, Annie Lennox

Linked to: Eurythmics, Apple Inc., Interscope Records, Pearson PLC




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David A. Stewart was born in 1952 add something


Stewart wrote the musical "Barbarella", based on the 1968 film, which premiered in Vienna on 11 March 2004 add something


Annie Lennox - After achieving minor success in the late 1970s as part of the New Wave band The Tourists, she and fellow musician David A. Stewart went on to achieve major international success in the 1980s as Eurythmics


In 1971, whilst still in his teens, Dave Stewart secured a record deal as part of folk-rock band Longdancer add something


Previously married from 1973 to 1977, Stewart married former Bananarama member Siobhan Fahey in 1987 add something


By 1977, the pair had teamed up with Sunderland musician Peet Coombes, releasing a single on Logo Records as The Catch add something


Annie Lennox - Between 1977 and 1980, she was the lead singer of The Tourists , a moderately successful British pop band and her first collaboration with Dave Stewart


The band developed into The Tourists who enjoyed modest success, including a hit in 1979 with a cover of the Dusty Springfield hit "I Only Want to Be with You" add something


The Tourists ended in 1980, though the pair continued to work together add something


Crouch End - In the early 1980s The Church was owned by Bob Bura and John John Hardwick, the animators who worked on Camberwick Green, Captain Pugwash and Trumpton, who had converted part of it as a studio and later rented space to Dave Stewart and Annie Lennox


Jacquie O'Sullivan - She appeared in the music video for Eurythmics 1983 hit single "Who's that girl-", as a Meryl Streep loolalike escourting David A. Stewart


Aretha Franklin - In 1984, Franklin added modern day pop rock and dance elements to her sound, which was integral to the success of her 1985 album, "Who's Zoomin' Who-", which spawned the hits "Freeway of Love", "Who's Zoomin' Who" and the Eurythmics members Annie Lennox and David A. Stewart featured "Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves"


In 1985, as well as producing Eurythmics' hit album "Be Yourself Tonight", Stewart co-produced the album "Southern Accents" for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, as well as co-writing several songs for the album including the hit "Don't Come Around Here No More" add something


Due to these accomplishments, Stewart won "Best Producer" at the 1986 BRIT awards in London add something


In 1986, he collaborated with Bob Geldof on tracks for his debut solo album "Deep in the Heart of Nowhere" add something


Though he co-wrote the theme song for the 1986 comedy "Ruthless People" with Mick Jagger and Daryl Hall, Stewart took a greater involvement in the film industry in 1989 by writing and producing the soundtrack "Lily Was Here" for the Dutch film "De Kassière" add something


Stewart co-wrote and co-produced several tracks for Mick Jagger's 1987 album "Primitive Cool" add something


Siobhan Fahey - Fahey married Dave Stewart of Eurythmics in 1987


After a string of hit singles and albums, the duo split in 1990, but reunited in 1999 for the album "Peace" and another world tour add something


The single reached the UK Top 10 and peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the summer of 1990 add something


When Eurythmics dissolved in 1990, Stewart moved to France and immediately released an album with his new band The Spiritual Cowboys add something


Crouch End - Later, in 1990s Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics set up a recording studio in the old church on Crouch Hill called The Church


In 1992, Stewart collaborated with singer Terry Hall on the project Vegas add something


In 1993, Stewart appeared in an Apple Inc. advertisement for the Power Macintosh in which he riffed on the word "power" add something


In 1994, Stewart released a solo album, "Greetings from the Gutter" add something


He had a small cameo as a computer hacker in the 1995 film "Hackers add something


In 1996, Stewart produced the debut album by Alisha's Attic, "Alisha Rules the World" add something


The couple have two children but divorced in 1996 add something


In 1997, Stewart co-produced the album "Destination Anywhere" for Jon Bon Jovi, as well as co-writing several tracks add something


Annie Lennox - In 1998, following the death of a mutual friend , she re-united with Dave Stewart


Annie Lennox - Lennox has been a public supporter of Amnesty International and Greenpeace for many years, and she and Dave Stewart donated all of the profits from Eurythmics' 1999 Peacetour to both charities


Though he had previously directed music videos, he made his feature film directorial debut in 2000 with "Honest", a black comedy set in Swinging London in the late 1960s featuring three members of the British girl group All Saints add something


All Saints (group) - Also in 2000, the Appleton sisters and Blatt made their film debut with "Honest", which was directed by former Eurythmics member Dave Stewart


Melanie Blatt - In 2000, Blatt appeared in the critically panned film "Honest" directed by Dave Stewart opposite Nicole and Natalie Appleton and in 2001 she played a small role in the independent British film "Dog Eat Dog"


Sinead O'Connor - "Faith and Courage" was released in 2000, including the single "No Man's Woman", and featured contributions from Wyclef Jean of the Fugees and Dave Stewart of Eurythmics


On 4 August 2001, Stewart married Dutch photographer Anoushka Fisz with whom he has two daughters, Kaya and Indya add something


Stewart collaborated with Bryan Ferry on his 2002 album "Frantic", co-writing several tracks and co-producing one of them add something


In November 2002, Stewart worked with former South African president Nelson Mandela add something


Nico - For her 2002 album, "Kissin' Time", Marianne Faithfull recorded "Song for Nico", cowritten with Dave Stewart


Bryan Ferry - In 2002 with the help of Manzanera and Thompson, Ferry returned with his next studio album, "Frantic", which featured several tracks written by David A. Stewart as well as a collaboration with Brian Eno. The album was a mix of new original material and covers - something that Ferry had not attempted on a solo album since "The Bride Stripped Bare" in 1978


He has worked occasionally with American ska-punk band No Doubt, co-writing Underneath It All for their 2003 release Rock Steady and Sparkle for their 2012 release Push and Shove add something


Anastacia - Anastacia entered record studios in September 2003 to begin recording her next album, working with Glen Ballard, Dallas Austin, and David A. Stewart for release in 2004


He collaborated with Mick Jagger to record songs which appear on the soundtrack to the movie "Alfie", released in 2004 add something


In 2004, Stewart and Fisz relocated to Hollywood so Stewart could concentrate on his soundtrack work add something


Stewart performed the song "Everybody, All Over The World " for the 2004 remake of the film "Around the World in 80 Days" add something


Lennox and Stewart worked together again in 2005, recording two new tracks for the greatest hits package "Ultimate Collection", released to coincide with Eurythmics' 25th anniversary add something


Ryan Molloy - An established songwriter as well as singer and actor, he spent some time in 2005 working with Dave Stewart of Eurythmics on the spoof documentary Platinum Weird, which involved Christina Aguilera, Gwen Stefani and Carmen Electra


In 2006, Stewart resurrected Platinum Weird, a band he allegedly formed in the early 1970s in London with singer Erin Grace, but which was in reality created in 2004 add something


The pilot aired on HBO on 24 November 2006 and featured Bono and The Edge from U2 add something


John Cleese - In 2006, Cleese hosted a television special of football's greatest kicks, goals, saves, bloopers, plays and penalties, as well as football's influence on culture , featuring interviews with pop culture icons Dave Stewart, Dennis Hopper and Henry Kissinger, as well as football greats including Pelé, Mia Hamm and Thierry Henry


In 2007, Stewart announced on his MySpace page that he would be playing live concerts showcasing his entire career add something


On 21 March 2007, Stewart unveiled an initiative called "Greenpeace Works", which he labelled as a "think tank" to dream up ways celebrities and Greenpeace can work together on green issues add something


Sarah McLachlan - In early 2007, she sang on Dave Stewart's "Go Green", alongside Nadirah X, Imogen Heap, Natalie Imbruglia, and others


In 2008, Stewart was brought in by Ringo Starr to produce his album "Liverpool 8", after Starr dismissed the album's original producer, Mark Hudson add something


Stewart released a new solo track, "Let's Do It Again", in 2008 add something


Also included is the song "American Prayer" written by Stewart with Bono of U2, for which Dave Stewart shot a video clip in support of the campaign of US presidential candidate Barack Obama, featuring various film and music stars, which premiered on YouTube on 23 August 2008 add something


Ringo Starr - Starr released "Liverpool 8" in 2008, an album produced by David A. Stewart, Mark Hudson and Starr


Ringo Starr - In January 2008, the studio album "Liverpool 8", produced by Dave Stewart, Mark Hudson and Starr himself, was released


Ringo Starr - It stated that Starr and Dave Stewart were collaborating on writing a musical, to be called "The Hole in the Fence", and discussed Starr's then-upcoming performance in Liverpool on 11 January 2008


In 2010, Stewart announced on his Twitter account he was co-writing and producing the new studio album by Stevie Nicks add something


In July 2010, Stewart recorded his first solo album of new material since 1998's "Sly-Fi" add something


Stewart has made a film of the making of the album and filmed a live concert in Nashville at The Belcourt Theatre on 9 December 2010 add something


Stevie Nicks - After completing the Unleashed Tour with Fleetwood Mac, Stevie began work on her first solo album in a decade with David A. Stewart , who announced this via his Twitter in February 2010


On 24 February 2011, Stewart tweeted that he had just produced a new album by Joss Stone, stating that they wrote 10 songs together add something


In May 2011 it was announced that Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones had formed a new supergroup called Super Heavy which includes Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, Damian Marley, and A.R. Rahman add something


The album, entitled "In Your Dreams", was co-produced by Glen Ballard and released in May 2011 add something


Stewart has written the musical "Ghost" which opened in Picadilly Theatre in London's West End on 22 June 2011 add something


On 12 October 2011, the Stewart produced Fire EP for artist Orianthi was released as an iTunes download add something


Together with Mark Simmons, in November 2011, Stewart released a multimedia iPad app called "Creativity" based upon "The Business Playground" add something


Mick Jagger - On 20 May 2011, Jagger announced the formation of a new supergroup, SuperHeavy, which includes Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, Damian Marley and A.R. Rahman


In 2012, together with Rosemary Reed, Stewart was the executive co-producer of Living The Life series on Sky Arts add something


In May 2012 it was announced that Dave would be playing four UK shows in September 2012 to support the release of his new album "The Ringmaster General" add something


In 2013, Stewart released "Lucky Numbers" which was recorded on a boat in the South Pacific for 12 days add something


Wagga Wagga - In 2013 British musician David A. Stewart confirmed that the famous music duo Eurythmics had formed in Wagga Wagga


In 2016, Stewart teamed up with Australian singer Jon Stevens and they wrote and recorded an album called Starlight together, which is to be released in early 2017 and features a blues and soul influenced rock / powerpop sound add something


Jon Stevens - In 2016, Jon Stevens teamed up with Dave Stewart from Eurythmics and they wrote and recorded a new album called Starlight together, which features a rhythm & blues and soul influenced rock / powerpop sound similar to Stevens' previous outputs


Parallel to that, Stewart co-wrote and produced a new studio album with another Australian singer, Vanessa Amorosi, which features "soul gospel" music and is scheduled for release in early 2017 add something


Parallel to that, Stewart co-wrote and produced a new studio album with another Australian singer, Vanessa Amorosi, which features "soul gospel" music and is scheduled for release, possibly in 2018 add something