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Tom Stewart

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Tom was born in Tampa, Florida in 1966. He grew up in Boca Raton, Florida. As a young child he took piano lessons, but switched to guitar as a teenager. After attending the University of Florida, he graduated from Berklee College of Music, cum laude, in 1990. Tom then went to law school, graduating in 1993. He became a civil trial lawyer and successfully practiced for 10 years. Throughout this time, Tom continued to pursue his first love: writing and playing jazz. In 2003, he ultimately decided to leave the law, devoting himself full time to music. Tom lives in St. Petersburg, Florida with his wife, Sandy. He is busy practicing, writing, performing and recording jazz.

Album

First Time Over

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012

News: Recording

Tom Stewart's New CD Now Available

Guitarist Tom Stewart has a new release entitled “Flyer." The CD contains all-original, modern jazz, featuring brilliant performances from Jeremy Powell on tenor saxophone, Mark Neuenschwander on bass, and Ian Goodman on drums. The CD is available physically on CD Baby, and digitally through dozens of outlets, including Amazon, iTunes, Rhapsody and many others. Tom was ...

Album

The Complete Whitey Mitchell Sessions

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Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. It Could Happen to You; 02. Lover Man; 03. Strike Up the Band; 04. I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart; 05. Once in a While; 06. Young Lesley; 07. You Stepped Out of a Dream; 08. Over the Rainbow; 09. Perdido; 10. Why Don't You Take Up the Picolo?; 11. Rosetta; 12. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good to You; 13. Out of Nowhere; 14. My Heart Is a Hobo; 15. Fidgety Feet; 16. Potatoes; 17. Let's Get Lost; 18. Spain; 19. Things I Love; 20. Some of These Days; 21. Give Me the Simple Life; 22. Indian Blanket.

Article: Album Review

Steve Lacy: The Complete Whitey Mitchell Sessions

Read "The Complete Whitey Mitchell Sessions" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Per mettere - come sempre, in questi casi - un po' d'ordine, diciamo subito che nessuna delle sedute qui riunite vede Lacy (del resto all'epoca neppure ventiduenne) in veste di leader, né, a dispetto del titolo del CD, a Whitey Mitchell (fratello minore del più noto Red, come lui contrabbassista) si deve più della sessione di ...

Album

Sextette/Quintette

Label: HighNote
Released: 1956


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