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Cult singer/songwriter and enigmatic frontman Fash Stewart is known for his rip-roaring live shows and an upbeat, joyful style often blended with thought provoking moments and socially conscious lyrics. Stewart has been variously described as “a rising star in the country scene” (The Dundee Courier) and “a poet in the mould of Leonard Cohen” – Adrian Goldberg, BBC Radio 5 Live.

Stewart has toured Europe-wide 3 times and has become a regular favourite on the country/folk/roots circuit. He’s performed at various high profile festivals including Scotland’s T in the Park and Celtic Connections as well as performances with Amy Winehouse, The View and Dave Sharp (The Alarm) while this year has seen him perform as far afield as Hollywood and Toronto.  

Stewart’s 2011 album Interim was a relative success including a poignant song dedicated to Amy Winehouse and the longest song title to be played on BBC Radio in 2010, “Sometimes I feel like killing the neighbour's rooster”. He has been busy in 2015 writing and in the studio working on an album to be released in early 2016. 

Stewart predominantly tours as a solo artist but often performs as a duo, trio or with his band The Great & The Good and as part of Europe’s premier roots music tour, The Medicine Show Revue.  

Aside from music, Fash is an experienced compere and has hosted shows including Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival's Potting Shed Stage, Northern Roots Festival, Americana Cavalcade and has presented radio shows on Ullapool's Lochbroom FM.  Fash was active in the Yes campaign during the Scottish independence referendum hosting several "Rock Yes" concerts.

Fash is currently taking a break from performing, and is putting his mind to writing and recording new projects over the next year.  

For bookings and all other enquiries, please email bookings@fashstewart.co.uk

If you are an artist or band and are interested in performing Fash's songs, then similarly, get in touch, you can do that via the contact page.


"A man of parts", Iain Anderson, BBC Radio Scotland

"A rising star in the country scene", Alan Wilson, The Courier

"In a league of his own", Jerry Harmon, The Smoky Mountain Gypsy

"Fash brought some reflective moments to the evening reminding us of who we’ve loved and lost in life, but he still knows how to make us laugh in a sad situation. His sudden arrival in the blues jam brought with it some strange animal noises with a funny note or two.", The Face

"Fash's correlation between country music and country values is seductive", Rob Ellen, Lochbroom FM

"A big hit every time", Ewen Sutherland, Perthshire Amber Festival

"Genius", Gina McKie, 102.5 Clyde 1

"Fash Stewarts music feels real or honest and i love that... i think we all need it today.", Alana Grace, Columbia Records recording artist

"A poet in the mould of Leonard Cohen", Adrian Goldberg, BBC 5 Live

"Fash will crack you up... he really loves his train songs", Emma Shearer, Acoustic Venue UK

"You could start by saying that Fash Stewart is a country/folk singer, songwriter, musician, entertainer – but you could save a lot of effort by just calling him a force of nature ", Malcolm Harris, MHPR

"Wonderful", Scottie McClue, L107 top talk & top tunes

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