b. 20 Dec 1933, Scotland, d. 11 Oct 1993, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland. This vocalist/comedian increased to fame primarily because the presenter of Dance Party Roof, that was demonstrated on Scottish tv. He consequently became a nationwide figure as an associate from the resident cast from the White Heather Golf club, a long-running BBC tv program. Stewart ultimately became the program’s compère, a job he coupled with a documenting profession which bore fruits in 1960 once the blithe ‘Donald Where’s Your Trousers’ reached the united kingdom Top 20. Additional whimsical singles, including ‘Campbeltown Loch’ and ‘Dr. Findlay’, contrasted with produces of a far more passionate character, the best-known which was ‘A Scottish Soldier’ (1961). An ever-present kilt and homely fare guaranteed the designer’s recognition among home-based Scots and expatriots and his profession flourished in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. In 1976 he was granted the MBE. Repeated ill health offered Stewart a lesser profile and he underwent triple omit surgery. He liked a surprise go back to the UK graph when ‘Donald Where’s Your Troosers’ was re-released in 1989. Stewart received some glowing obituaries pursuing his loss of life in 1993, having been forgiven by all, outdoors his homeland, for spoiling Sassenachs’ New Yr’s Eve tv entertainment. In Scotland his music handled many as his satisfaction and sheer pleasure at being created a Scot shone through.