Dave Stewart was born 9th September 1952 and is from Sunderland.
A prolific singer, song-writer and record producer, Dave Stewart rose to fame through the band Eurhythmics (“Sweet Dreams [Are Made of This]”, “Would I Lie to You?”) and has since forged a successful solo career.
Previous to his time in the Eurhythmics, he first worked with his soon to be partner to be, Annie Lennox in the band The Tourists. The band had relative success between (1977–1980) with their most commercial successful release "I Only Want to Be with You".
With the death of band member Peet Coombes, reigniting the friendship between Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart, Eurhythmics went on to become highly successful.
Post Eurhythmics (1990) Dave Stewart went on to produce music for other successful singers including Stevie Nicks, Tom Petty, Bono, Sinead O’Connor, Mick Jagger, Katy Perry, Jon Bon Jovi, picking up a multitude of awards on the way, including a Grammy. Away from his music career he has gone on to produce The Business Playground: Where Creativity and Commerce Collide which has been converted into eight languages.
Dave Stewart has worked on a number of short films and documentaries including writing music for the musical Ghost. More recent solo work includes The Blackbird Diaries (2011) a musical collective of Nashville’s finest musicians and a dedication to his love of the Blues.