Keith Stewart Travels with Sound
Canadian Singer-Songwriter Looks to Reach the Masses
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Ottawa, Canada – June 12, 2016 – Creative people often find solace with others who stray from the norm and can’t see the beauty in normalcy. Keith Stewart is one of those people. He’s an artist. Whether it’s creating his music or penning his novel ideas in book form, Stewart has a knack for putting art out into the world, and he hopes to use his work to connect with likeminded people from here to there and everywhere in between.
With that in mind, Stewart does write and compose all of his music but he plays alongside a handful of men and women who share his creative interests; Dave Harris, Gordon Clements, Jeremy Rogers, Paul Winfield and Jane Harris. Collectively they worked together on recordings with members Harris, Rogers (formerly with Blue Sky in the mid-80’s); all members have played all around Vancouver Island, as well as on the mainland. And when Stewart isn’t recording music like his latest, Alpha Rhythms, a collection of work from that era, with his musician friends, he’s working on his literature collection. Not buying books for his shelves, but writing them. His first being a memoir focusing on his two trips to South America by the same name, Alpha Highways.
Back to his tunes though, he says of his style that’s he’s “middle of road.” With a fusion of pop, country, blues and folk – he’s comparable to acts such as Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and Jimmy Buffet. He notes, “I am unique, and my own man, with my own style. I feel we all share the same network, in the collective consciousness of the spirit of music.”
Those interested in connecting with Keith Stewart on a creative level, check him and his latest single, “Take Away The Night,” out online, and keep an eye out for his upcoming video for “Good Friends,” which is already available for download on iTunes and Amazon.
Keith Stewart is a singer-songwriter from Canada who is all about sharing his creativity with not only fans, but fellow artists as well.
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