Stuart Jones Author since: 2016
"Whilst other children were watching TV or playing football Stuart would always be found listening to music from classical to jazz and pop. As a result his music is today diverse, ranging from dance to jazz with his albums clearly signatured with Stuarts own interpretation and style. There was never any doubt in Stuarts mind that his career lay in music and with true commitment and determination Stuart is now regularly performing his own material at Symphony halls, Concert halls and Festival halls. As the music played echoes Stuart's true emotional state, audiences requested his deep tranquil music for their own reflecting and his up-tempo compositions for their uplifting and exciting moments. Stuarts 1998 release "Lifeforce" represented the very essence of his live performances with an album that is New Age fused with Dance - an album to have you dancing in the streets, it reached no. 8 in the New World Music Top 20 Album charts. 1999 has seen the tranquil jazz side of Stuart's music with the classic soft jazz album "Late into the Night". Both these albums show the diversity and talent of this keyboard genius. Following the success of Late into the Night, Stuart released the follow up album "Lazy Days" Full of happy upbeat melodies and featuring guest Sarah Jane on vocals the music reflects hot sunny, beautiful days where you simply dream away the time. Stuart's latest release is his beautiful contribution to the "Pure" series. Called "Pure Calm" if you liked the album "Love Eternal" then this is a must have album for you. Excellent for meditation or simple relaxation the music takes you drifting calmly beyond everyday distractions and allows you to clear the mind. Over 35 million total hits on YouTube: More than 50 thousand videos on YouTube are using Stuart's music as their video soundtrack. Stuart Jones with Sony music - Stuart has just had 23 tracks released on Sony music, the two double albums contain some of his instrumental and vocal music. Stuart's live Drum n Bass track has been used as the title track of a film called 'Crossroads' as well as appearing on the top 5 hit DVD 'The Drum n Bass Collection' which also features 'Goldie', 'Kosheen' etc 'Shirt and Tie', Stuart's first musical (soundtrack) is released on GAP music and available from itunes, HMV etc. It's dŽbut at the mac theatre was a sell out for four nights and songs from the soundtrack have reached number 12 in the itunes vocal chart. Stuart's new musical 'Picture This, Picture Life' is currently in the making, featuring over 25 singers on the soundtrack and contains extreme emotion. Some songs from this are already published and will be released this year on CD in 42 countries. Stuart's classical composition 'Symphony in F' is currently being played on Australian national TV and will be performed by full orchestra within the next year. Stuart's TV music is used worldwide by the renowned KPM music and features channels including BBC1, BBC2, ITV, on such programmes such as soap 'Emmerdale', 'A Place in the Sun'. Good Morning TV with Philip Schofield etc. Stuart's 'Eternal Dream' was voted 'Album of the year' by 'New World Music's' customers and a track from this was featured on BBC Radio 2 and appears on a Deutche Grammophon release. He also has tracks released on 'Universal, Disky, Union Square music. Stuart has over 45 albums published and released on CD in 42 countries and globally on-line in outlets including 'HMV, Asda, Tesco, Sainburys, Amazon, itunes etc."