Tommy Stewart
Tommy Stewart

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Name: Tommy Stewart
Occupation: Drummer
Gender: Male
Birth Day: May 26, 1966
Age: 56
Country: United States
Zodiac Sign: Gemini

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Tommy Stewart

Tommy Stewart was born on May 26, 1966 in United States (56 years old). Tommy Stewart is a Drummer, zodiac sign: Gemini. Find out Tommy Stewartnet worth 2020, salary 2020 detail bellow.

Trivia

He helped record the song "I Stand Alone," which was featured on the music soundtrack for the film Scorpion King.

Net Worth

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Salary 2020

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Before Fame

He started playing the drums when he was ten years old. When he was in his twenties, he played with Detroit bands, including Bad Axe.

Biography Timeline

1984

In 1984 he graduated from Ainsworth High School (now Carman-Ainsworth High) in Flint.

1989

Tommy (then known as Tommy Scott Stewart) joined Halloween in 1989, and recorded "The Vicious Demo" (also known as "Vicious Demonstration") which was first released on cassette in 1990, and was sold at their shows. The tracks were later released as "bonus tracks" on the band's remastered 2001 release No One Gets Out (reissued by Molten Metal U.S.A.). He left the band in 1990.

1993

In 1993 he joined glam rock band Lillian Axe and played on their 1993 release Psychoschizophrenia. The band went on hiatus in mid-1990s after their Psychoschizophrenia tour, and band members started various sideprojects, one being The Bridge by then vocalist Ron Taylor where Tommy played drums on most of the cd.

1995

Stewart was the original drummer of Godsmack. He had met the Godsmack frontman Sully Erna when he was playing in Lillian Axe and Sully was touring with his previous band Strip Mind. He joined Godsmack in 1995, left briefly, and returned in 1998 just before the band's debut album came out. He played with them for two multi-platinum selling albums, Godsmack and Awake. He co-wrote the single "Bad Religion" for the band's self-titled debut album with Sully Erna. Stewart also plays on the Godsmack single "I Stand Alone" which was first released on the Scorpion King soundtrack in 2002 and later appeared on the band's third studio album Faceless after his departure. He left the band in 2002 due to personal differences. The break-up has been described as amicable, but Erna, a drummer himself, who wrote the majority of drum parts and also recorded the drums on the debut album, admits that "I had a very set vision on where I wanted to go with music and after a while, in his defense, it just wore on him having no input in the band".

2002

In 2002 he joined vocalist Pete Murray and guitarist Neil Godfrey from Ultraspank to form Lo-Pro. Lo-Pro was signed to Staind and Aaron Lewis's record label 413 Records (a subsidiary of Geffen Records), but the band was dropped after one album.

2005

In January 2005 he played drums on the CD Ain't No Good Life by Rusty Wright Blues. The CD was released in August 2006 and it features 13 songs in a blues/southern rock style. Tommy and Rusty were old band mates from much earlier projects, but this was the first time doing the blues genre. Tommy does casual dates with Rusty Wright as guest drummer.

2006

With little activity by Lo-Pro after touring behind their debut album, Stewart did some shows with Pennsylvania-based alternative rock band Fuel as a replacement drummer in mid-2005 after the band parted ways with their longtime drummer Kevin Miller. He also helped guitarist and chief songwriter Carl Bell and bassist Jeff Abercrombie audition singers after Brett Scallions' departure in 2006. Stewart was unable to participate in the recording of the Fuel album Angels & Devils due to other commitments, but was invited to join the band after the cd was completed, but not yet released. Stewart toured with the band in support of their latest album from May 2007 until early 2008.

2008

Since Fuel had not been touring for a while, Stewart joined Portland rock band Everclear in August 2008, replacing Brett Snyder on drums. Stewart departed from Everclear in 2009 after the recording of their 2009 release In A Different Light when most of the band lineup was jettisoned by Art Alexakis. By mid-2009, he began working with Lo-Pro again to finish up, and tour in support of, their two releases, the Letting Go EP and The Beautiful Sounds of Revenge.

2012

Tommy's current project is S.U.N. (Something Unto Nothing) with vocalist Sass Jordan, bassist Michael Devin, and guitarist Brian Tichy. Marty O'Brien replaced bassist Devin in 2012.

Family Life

Tommy attended Ainsworth High School, where his love of The Beatles influenced how he acted towards his brothers and sisters.

🎂 Upcoming Birthday

Currently, Tommy Stewart is 56 years, 4 months and 10 days old. Tommy Stewart will celebrate 57th birthday on a Friday 26th of May 2023. Below we countdown to Tommy Stewart upcoming birthday.

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