Reggae artiste Alan Steward - Alan Steward brings a unique mix of reggae, funk, jazz and Caribbean music to the music scene influenced by his roots in rock and blues but also by his long stay in the Caribbean, where he started to incorporate Reggae and Dancehall into his music.
Alan's musical career now spans more than two decades.. He wrote
countless songs for TV shows and in movies on HBO, Sky TV and many other
television networks around the world. His unique brand of music
continues to sell well all over the planet without the help (or
influence) of a major label.
As a producer, he worked with Grammy winning artists like the Baha Men (Who let the Dogs out), Dennis Edwards (Don't look any further) and Eddie Kendricks (Keep on Trucking) both original members of the Temptations. Their single "Get it while its hot" (co-written by Jermaine Jackson) became a club hit and went on to spawn four remixes.
Alan also recorded hits for David Black (Capitol/EMI Records) who went on a World Tour opening for MC Hammer and also appeared on his album ‘Too legit to Quit’, Isaac Adams (formerly Bar Kays & Cameo) and many others. He was also asked to do a remix of the Dazz Band #1 Billboard chart hit “Disco Jazz”.
His engineering credits include multi-platinum artists like: Jermaine Jackson, Melba Moore, Inner Circle, the Temptations, and Melissa Manchester.
Alan toured and performed extensively in Europe performing anywhere from small dance clubs to major rock festivals in front of over 40,000 people.