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Hamish Stuart Net Worth

Hamish Stuart Net Worth.

 

How rich is Hamish Stuart? For this question we spent 11 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

 

The main source of income: Musicians

Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $56,9 Million.

Biography

Hamish Stuart information Birth date: October 8, 1949 Birth place: Glasgow, Scotland, UK Profession:Soundtrack, Music Department

 

Height, Weight:

How tall is Hamish Stuart – 1,71m.

How much weight is Hamish Stuart – 86kg.

Biography,Stuart attended Wellington College, where he joined Tony Wade and Mark Waters in 1963 to form a college band. At the time he played drums.He recorded a couple of singles with his first band, the Dream Police, before he was invited to join the recently formed Average White Band (AWB) in June 1972.A member of AWB from 1972 to 1982, he went on to work with Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan and David Sanborn.He wrote Atlantic Starrs 1986 hit If Your Heart Isnt in It and songs for Smokey Robinson, Jeffrey Osborne, George Benson and Diana Ross.Stuart joined Paul McCartney’s band (where he switched between guitar and bass as necessary with McCartney) for McCartneys 1989 comeback album, Flowers in the Dirt, and appearing on several other albums and McCartneys world tours of 1989 and 1993.After collaborating on numerous albums for other artists, he recorded his first solo album, Sooner or Later, in 1999, 17 years after leaving the Average White Band, which he released on his own record label, Sulphuric Records.Apart from playing with his own group, the Hamish Stuart Band, and with his fellow Glaswegian guitarist and friend Jim Mullen, Stuart has also produced Gordon Haskell and the Swedish singer-songwriter Meja.In 2006, Stuart toured as the bass player with Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band. He joined Starr again for a 2008 tour, where he performed Pick Up The Pieces and Work to Do.In 2007, he produced and appeared as a guest vocalist on the album All About the Music, by The AllStars collective.He is the curator, along with partner Claire Houlihan and friend Tom Sutton-Roberts, of the annual mOare Music festival, held in the village of Oare, Faversham, Kent.

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