Saturday 3rd September 2016
£25.00 - £45.00
Glasgow-born Hamish Stuart shot to fame in the 1970's as the falsetto voice and guitarist of the Average White Band, his distinctive songwriting and vocal and guitar style helping pave the way to AWB's extraordinary worldwide success. Hamish spent the rest of the 1980's touring, writing and recording with soul legends including Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin and George Benson. In 1989, Hamish joined Paul McCartney’s band for his comeback album, Flowers in the Dirt, and then appeared on several other albums and world tours with the former Beatle.
Going solo, his Hamish Stuart Band released the Real Live album - featuring drummer Ian Thomas, bassist Steve Pearce, keyboardist Andy Wallace, percussionist Jody Linscott, guitarist Adam Phillips and saxophonist Chris Davis - that covered both classic AWB material and some of Stuart's solo material in an intimate live setting.
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