John Stewart began his career 25 years ago as a Hollywood stuntman. He worked on many different films, setting the bar high for fellow stuntman. In 1987 John broke the world record after falling 16 stories on fire for the movie Cold Steel staring Sharon Stone. John eventually began directing movies and the hit tv series Power Rangers in the 90's. After all was said and done, in February 2007 "Fall Guy: The John Stewart Story" was released. John's life had been made into a movie, featuring his actual stunts! Want to know more about John's life before music? Vist www.hollywoodstuntman.com
After taking a break from stunts, John went back to doing another thing that he loved, music. In 2006 John's song "Holding on to Memories that will never be" (music by John, lyrics co-written with Barbara Reed) began playing on the radio. John wrote this song for his movie "Fall Guy: The John Stewart Story. "Holding on to Memories that will never be" became the title song for his movie.
Currently John has been teaming up with Kristen McNamara from USA networks Nashville Star and American Idolwriting and performing music. John wrote "Now that I found You" with Kristen. John also directed Kristen's music videos. The video for "Tonight is Goodbye" will be coming out soon along with the other videos, so stay tuned! You can learn more about johns music www.myspace.com/johnstewartmusic
John is now working with country recording artist Delilah Wolf on there new album and they have several video,s done