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Ian Stewart

Lovingly known as the sixth stone, pianist Ian Stewart was in fact a founding person in the initial group, pre-dating both Charlie W and Costs Wyman simply because members. Stewart, or Stu as he was known as, was among a core band of tempo and blues aficionados that frequented Alexis …

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The Rolling Stones

By enough time the Rolling Stones began calling themselves the World’s Greatest Rock & Roll Band in the past due ’60s, that they had currently staked out an extraordinary claim around the title. As the self-consciously harmful option to the bouncy Merseybeat from the Beatles in the English Invasion, the …

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Strangeways

This Scottish heavy AOR quartet was come up with in 1985 by brothers Ian (guitar) and David Stewart (bass) after demise of China White. With Jim Drummond (drums) and Tony Liddell (vocals), they debuted using a self-titled record in 1985. This provided a mixture of Americanized, melodic AOR equivalent with …

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