An Evening with Dave Stewart plus Q&A

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Dave Stewart is recognized as one of the most respected and accomplished talents in the music industry today with a music career spanning four decades and over 100 million album sales. For one night this September audiences have the opportunity to attend a Q&A event with the iconic music legend.  Dave Stewart will discuss his remarkable career as well as his work on The Time Traveller’s Wife which opens later this month.

Tickets are extremely limited.

 

Dave Stewart produced every Eurythmics album which he co-wrote with Annie Lennox. He has also co-written and produced albums and songs with Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks, Mick Jagger, Bryan Ferry, Daryl Hall, Katy Perry, Sinead O’Connor, Gwen Stefani, Jon Bon Jovi, Joss Stone and many others.

Along the way, his work has garnered numerous awards including 26 ASCAP Awards and BMI awards for most performed songs, 4 Ivor Novello Awards, 4 Brit Awards for Best Producer, a Lifetime Achievement Award, The Silver Clef Award, the Clive Davis Legend in Songwriting Award, and a GRAMMY Award. In 2015, Stewart also won the Outstanding Contribution to UK Music Award given by the Producers Guild.

He has scored films for several directors including Robert Altman, Paul Verhoeven and Ted Demme. He has written and produced the title songs for many hit movies and together with Mick Jagger wrote and produced the score for Alfie, which won the pair a Golden Globe for Best Original Song. Stewart along with Glen Ballard wrote the music for the hit musical Ghost. In 2001, Stewart was approached by Nelson Mandela to help fight against the Aids epidemic. Stewart then developed a hugely successful Global Campaign using Mandela’s prison number 46664.

Along with Joss Stone, he has written the music and lyrics for the musical The Time Traveler’s Wife being launched September 2022 and has written an autobiographical triple album titled Ebony McQueen, released May 2022, with a film and musical in the works.

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