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The Gary Stewart Band

The Gary Stewart Band

The Gary Stewart Band


Formed in November 2004, the Gary Stewart Band have been active on Leeds Music Scene for over 2 years now and have gained a steady following, having played venues like the Wardrobe, Hi-Fi and Leeds Metropolitan University. They have also appeared at the Ilkley Moor and Edinburgh festivals, and played live on BBC Radio Leeds twice. The band were also the winners of 2006's Barnardo's Battle of The Bands, as well as being one of the 15 bands chosen to play Bright Young Things 2006. Read more on Last.fm
Formed in November 2004, the Gary Stewart Band have been active on Leeds Music Scene for over 2 years now and have gained a steady following, having played venues like the Wardrobe, Hi-Fi and Leeds Metropolitan University. They have also appeared at the Ilkley Moor and Edinburgh festivals, and played live on BBC Radio Leeds twice. The band were also the winners of 2006's Barnardo's Battle of The Bands, as well as being one of the 15 bands chosen to play Bright Young Things 2006. The Gary Stewart Band's sound is hard to give a collective label to.

Gary cites Paul Simon as his biggest influence, closely followed by other singer/songwriters such as James Taylor and Carole King, and more contemporary singer/songwriters such as Dave Matthews, Adam Duritz (Counting Crows) and Tom Macrae. However, the bands instrumentation lends a fusion of styles to the mix, from the Folk elements of the violin, to the Blues of the harmonica, or the Funk and Rock of the bass and drums. MySpace Page Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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