How rich is Billy Stewart? Net Worth, Money

March 10, 2018

Billy Stewart Net Worth

How rich is Billy Stewart? For this question we spent 24 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2019 year – is about $76,9 Million.



Billy Stewart information Birth date: March 24, 1937 Death date: 1970-01-17 Birth place: Washington, District of Columbia, USA Profession:Soundtrack

Height, Weight

:How tall is Billy Stewart – 1,70m.
How much weight is Billy Stewart – 65kg


Billy Stewart Net Worth
Billy Stewart Net Worth
Billy Stewart Net Worth
Billy Stewart Net Worth


Talented singer/songwriter Billy Stewart was discovered by Bo Diddley in 1956. He had great chart success in 1965 and 1966 with consecutive hits: I Do Love You, Sitting In The Park, Secret Love and a unique upbeat scat-singing version of Summertime, from Porgy and Bess, which has become a rock standard today.
Biography,Stewart was 12 years old when he began singing with his younger brothers Johnny, James, and Frank as The 4 Stewart Brothers, and later went on to get their own radio show every Sunday for five years at WUST-AM in Washington, D.C. He was a graduate of Armstrong High School.Stewart made the transition to secular music by filling in occasionally for The Rainbows, a D.C. area vocal group led by the future soul star, Don Covay. It was also through The Rainbows that Stewart met another aspiring singer, Marvin Gaye. Rock and roller Bo Diddley has been credited with discovering Stewart playing piano in Washington, D.C. in 1956 and inviting him to be one of his backup musicians.[citation needed]By 1955, this led to a recording contract with Diddleys label, Chess Records and Diddley played guitar on Stewarts 1956 recording of Billys Blues. A strong seller in Los Angeles, Billys Blues reached the sales top 25 in Variety magazine. Stewart then moved to Okeh Records and recorded Billys Heartache, backed by the Marquees, another D.C. area group which featured Marvin Gaye.Back at Chess in the early 1960s, Stewart began working with A&R man Billy Davis. He recorded a song called Fat Boy and then had additional success with his recordings of Reap What You Sow and Strange Feeling, both making the Billboard Hot 100 and the Top 30 in the R&B charts. Major chart success was not far away and in 1965, Stewart recorded two self-written songs, I Do Love You (#6 R&B, #26 Pop), which featured his brother Johnny Stewart as one of the backing vocalists with his partner James English, and Sitting in the Park (#4 R&B, #24 Pop). His idiosyncratic improvisational technique of doubling-up, scatting his words and trilling his lips made his style unique in the 1960s.[citation needed]In 1966, Stewart recorded the LP Unbelievable. The first single released from that album was Stewarts radical interpretation of the George Gershwin song, Summertime, a Top 10 hit on both the pop and R&B charts. The follow-up single was Stewarts cover version of the Doris Day hit Secret Love, which reached the Pop Top 30 and just missed the Top 10 on the R&B chart.Stewart continued to record throughout the remainder of the 1960s on Chess without major success. A weight problem worsened, and he developed diabetes. Stewart suffered minor injuries in a motorcycle accident in 1969.


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