Pete Stewart

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Pete Stewart
Origin U.S.
Genres Rock
Occupation(s) singer, guitarist, songwriter, producer
Instruments guitar, vocals
Years active 1994–present
Associated acts Grammatrain, The Accident Experiment
Website www.petestewartmusic.com

Pete Stewart is a singer, guitarist, songwriter and producer from Washington state. He is the lead singer and guitarist of Grammatrain,[1] was the lead singer for The Accident Experiment, and is the former guitarist of Tait.[2]

Stewart released solo albums in 1999 and 2007. He served as producer, songwriter, and guitarist for the debut albums of Tait (the solo project of Michael Tait) and TobyMac, the latter of which sold over 500,000 copies.

Awards[edit]

  • 2013 Grammy Award: Best Rap Album – Macklemore & Ryan Lewis: The Heist (Engineer/Mixer)
  • 2009 Grammy Award: Best Rock/Rap Gospel Album – TobyMac: Alive and Transported (Songwriter)
  • 2005 Dove Award: Special Event Album – Hero! The Rock Opera (Producer/Songwriter)
  • 2003 San Diego Music Award: Best New Rock Artist – The Accident Experiment (Producer/Songwriter/Vocalist)
  • 2002 Dove Award: Best Rap/HipHop Album – TobyMac: Momentum (Producer/Songwriter)
  • 2002 Grammy Award: Best Gospel Rock Album – dcTalk: Solo (Producer/Songwriter)

Discography[edit]

Solo recordings[edit]

  • Under North Sky - 2010
  • I Gave You A Desert - 2007
  • Pete Stewart - 1999

with Grammatrain[edit]

  • Imperium - 2010
  • Kneeling Between Shields EP - 2009
  • Live - 1999
  • Flying - 1997
  • Lonely House - 1995
  • Grammatrain - 1995

with The Accident Experiment[edit]

  • United We Fear - 2006
  • Arena EP - 2003

with Tait[edit]

Album credits[edit]

Producer[edit]

  • dcTalk - solo (Virgin Records/EMI) - 2002 Grammy for Best Gospel Rock Album
  • TobyMac - Momentum (ForeFront Records/EMI) - RIAA Gold Sales Award, 2002 Dove Award for Best Rap/HipHop Album
  • Tait - Empty (ForeFront Records/EMI)
  • Sanctus Real - Say It Loud (Sparrow Records/EMI)
  • Peace Of Mind - Peace Of Mind (BEC Recordings/EMI)
  • Write This Down - "Lost Weekend" (Tooth & Nail Records/EMI)
  • Heather Miller - Send Me An Angel (KMG Records)
  • !Hero: The Rock Opera (Meaux Music) - 2005 Dove Award for Special Event Album of the Year
  • Bleach - Bleach (ForeFront Records/EMI)
  • Garage Voice - Let Us Reconcile (Upbeat Child Records)
  • Paper House - "Burn The Room" (independent)
  • Andrew Vait - Closer To The Setting Sun (independent)
  • Whitney Monge - Steadfast (independent)
  • Terrible Buttons - Plates Of Ether (Plastic Horse Records)
  • The Ninth Step - "In The Light EP" (independent)
  • Rex Lex - Rex Lex (independent)
  • Pilots To Bombardier - "Bangin' Horses" (independent)
  • Tae Phoenix - "Rise" (independent)
  • Martyr Reef - Martyr Reef (independent)
  • Corrin Campbell - "Gilded" (independent)

Guitarist/vocalist[edit]

  • Thousand Foot Krutch (Tooth & Nail Records)
  • Casting Crowns (Beach Street/Provident Records)
  • Newsboys (Capitol Records)
  • Colton Dixon (Capitol Records)
  • dcTalk (Virgin Records)
  • Jaci Velasquez (Sony Records)
  • Nappy Roots (Atlantic Records)
  • Kutless (BEC Recordings/EMI)
  • The Accident Experiment (Rock Ridge Music/Warner Bros)
  • Sawyer Brown (Curb Records)
  • Josh Joplin Group (Artemis Records)
  • KJ-52 (BEC Records/EMI)
  • Rebecca St.James (ForeFront Records/EMI)
  • Mark Schultz (Word Records/Sony)
  • Parkway (Essential Records)
  • Dizmas (Credential Recordings/EMI)
  • Jump5 (Sparrow Records/EMI)
  • Grammatrain (ForeFront Records/EMI)

Songwriter[edit]

  • TobyMac (ForeFront Records/EMI)
  • Jaci Velasquez (Sony Records)
  • Rebecca St.James (ForeFront Records/EMI)
  • Tait (ForeFront Records/EMI)
  • The Accident Experiment (Rock Ridge Music/Warner Bros)
  • Write This Down (Tooth & Nail Records/EMI)
  • The Katinas (Gotee Records/EMI)
  • Geoff Moore (ForeFront Records/EMI)
  • Heather Miller (KMG Records)
  • Grammatrain (ForeFront Records/EMI)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ankeny, Jason. "Biography: Grammatrain". AMG. Retrieved 17 May 2010. 
  2. ^ Kittle, Ashleigh. "Biography: Tait". AMG. Retrieved 17 May 2010. 

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