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Al Stewart

- US Sherman Oaks, CA Folk / Rock


Manager: Skyline Music


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“If he was to perform everyone’s favorite song, he probably would have had to put on at least a three-hour show. ”
—  Ryan Sparks, Classic Rock Revisited
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  • Fri

    Aug 1

    Wimborne Minster, DOR, UK | 3:30pm
    Tivoli Theatre
    Wimborne Minster, DOR, UK
    Fri Aug 01 3:30pm


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  • Thu

    Aug 14

    Lakeside-Marblehead, OH, US | 7:00pm
    Hoover Auditorium at Lakes...
    Lakeside-Marblehead, OH, US
    Thu Aug 14 7:00pm
  • Fri

    Aug 15

    Ann Arbor, MI, US | 4:00pm
    The Ark
    Ann Arbor, MI, US
    Fri Aug 15 4:00pm


    Al Stewart A legend of British Isles folk rock Al Stewart was born in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1945, and moved with his family to Bournemouth, a seaside town in the south of England, at an early age.A strong dose of Bob Dylan's original songs shifted his focus from instrumentalist to lyricist and vocalist. In 1965, Al moved to London and became the emcee at the famed Les Cousins folk club, rubbing shoulders with young talents like Paul Simon, Ralph McTell, Bert Jansch, and Cat Stevens. After several albums written in autobiographical mode, Al shifted his lyrical gaze outward, into history, literature and current events, an approach debuted on 1973's "Past, Present & Future." Al's next album exploded in America: "Year of the Cat," released in 1976, spawned two Top 20 hits (the title song and "On the Border"), and itself became a million-selling record. After Al relocated to California, where he still resides, his next album, 1978's "Time Passages," repeated the success of its predecessor, selling another million copies and spinning off the Top 10 title track and Top 30 single, "Song on the Radio." In the early 1990s, Al returned to his folk roots with "Famous Last Words," which utilized acoustic instrumentation and traditional folk and classical styles. He's never stopped creating completely original music: "Down in the Cellar" (2000), was a concept album, incorporating Al's knowledge of fine wines into his you-are-there songs of personal and historical vignettes. Al makes a rare Michigan appearance with "A Beach Full of Shells," his first CD for the Appleseed label, which finds him at the peak of his songwriting powers, still able to conjure other times and distant places with well-chosen words and evocative music.Visit Al Stewart on the web

  • Sat

    Oct 4

    Saugatuck, MI, US | 12:00am

    Saugatuck, MI, US
    Sat Oct 04 12:00am
  • Sun

    Oct 5

    St Charles, IL, US | 7:00pm

    St Charles, IL, US
    Sun Oct 05 7:00pm
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