Welcome to STEWARDSONGS.com, home of the multi-genre music by STEWARDS ECLECTRIC.
We invite you to listen using the free music players at the bottom of this page. If you do not have music quality computer speakers, plugin good stereo headphones; if you got 'em.
To our valued repeat visitors, followers, and admitted fans: welcome back. It is for your ears the musicians' consortium keeps old tape rolling, discs spinning, gears meshing, and organic machinery humming. The results are unpredictable - which is how it should be. The idea is and always was to make new music and have some fun. We're serious about the music but beyond that... well, see for yourself.
You may have another reason for being here. Seeking info about some music heard recently, shared, streamed, or on a playlist? Are you searching for info about a particular song, band, recording artist or musician, past or current? Check SONG INFO; ‘Bandography’ on the ABOUT page; pics and artwork in PHOTO/ART GALLERY; and there could be some relevant bits in Q&A.
Send comments, questions, love and hate mail by using the email addresses on the Q&A page, or the CONTACT form there. We answer many inquiries directly, and if interesting on a broader scale, sometimes post the exchange. Thanks.
We're giving away a collector's quality Farmhouse Garage Band album CD (predecessor to STEWARDS ECLECTRIC ) with its vintage 12-page insert book and other related merch FREE to those writing a review of any FGB or SE song. It could be just one word. The PLAYER (below) offers up 3 of the tracks of that first album (2010); now hear the rest of it. [Details: WHAT'S NEW]
FROM THE DIRECTOR:
Most forms of entertainment only exist to give us something to do to keep our minds off of what’s really going on. It worked for awhile.
In music, with all that is offered - everything from Sirius radio to thousands of independent producers - why would anyone be interested in listening to Stewards Eclectric?
Somehow, (Saints be praised!), some are – and do. Thanks.
The music you love is wherever you find it.
Enjoy your visit.
Q & A of the Week:
SENT in reference to the song Crossing Across: “Whoa. Felt this in my chest. ... The beginning was Procol Haramish; then Stewardish with tinges of E.L.O.; then pure SHS guitar. Not exactly like early Pink Floyd, maybe hints to my fav '70s PF; more toward SHSteward leanings that way (as a description of the sound). Then, what comes next, the only way I can describe it, is pure Gale Experience (as in Jimi Hendrix Experience,... as in a musical choreograph of Gale's own Experience Crossing). Can't describe it any other way, Bro. Made me smile. Will buy/download this to play in my Jeep.” Diana B., Kenai, Alaska USA A. Thanks. You guys keep us going.