Andrew Stewart MBE (30 December 1933 – 11 October 1993) was a Scottish singer, entertainer, and songwriter, perhaps best known for the 1960 single "Donald Where's Your Troosers?", a bigger hit when reissued in 1989. Stewart was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1933, the son of a teacher. When he was five years old, the family moved to Perth and then, six years later, to Arbroath. Even in early childhood, he loved imitating people and amazed his parents with impersonations of famous singers and actors
Among the highlights of Andy Stewart's stage shows were his impersonations of other famous singers, including Tom Jones, Billy Eckstine, Louis Armstrong, Dean Martin, Johnnie Ray, Elvis Presley, Petula Clark and Johnny Cash. His albums, such as Scottish Soldier, The Best of Andy Stewart and Andy Stewart's Scotland, were also popular internationally. In 1973 he recorded a "live" album in Johannesburg, South Africa, entitled Andy Stewart in South Africa – White Heather Concert, which also featured accordionist Jimmy Blue, singers Alexander Morrison and Anna Desti and pianist. Shortly before he died, he gave a small concert at Arbroath High School for the pupils. He was also due to appear in The "Pride of the Clyde" at Glasgow's Pavilion Theatre and other tours and concerts were planned. A sheltered housing scheme in Arbroath, 'Andy Stewart Court', was named in his memory.
Andy Stewart (30 December 1933 - 11 October 1993) was a Scottish singer and entertainer. The use of tartan patriotism and stereotypical Scottish humour goes back to Sir Harry Lauder and music hall songs. In the 1960s this strand was continued by entertainer Andy Stewart. He was born in Glasgow in 1933, the son of a teacher.
Songs from Andy Stewart's Scotland by Andy M. Stewart, Andy Stewert MBE & The Pipes and Drums of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards. Free download and listen Andy Stewart's Scotland. Andy M.
Album: Andy Stewart's Scotland, Andy Stewart's Scotland. Download Andy M. Stewart - Campbeltown Loch. Andy Stewart's Scotland: Best 2 songs. Stewart - Muckin' O' Geordies Byre 01:46. Stewart - The Rumour (Comedy Verse) 02:53. Album: Andy Stewart's Scotland. Stewart: best 2 tracks. Stewart - A Scottish Soldier A Scottish Soldier & Other Scottish Favourites, 2016 03:26. Stewart - Auld Lang Syne Hits of Scotland, 2012 03:15. Artist: Andy M. Stewart.
|1||Come In Come In|
|2||Donal Where's Yer Trousers|
|3||A Scottish Soldier|
|4||McCallister (Comedy Verse)|
|5||By The Lochside|
|7||Andy Where's Your Kilt|
|8||Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre|
|9||Kissin' In The Dark|
|10||The Road & Miles To Dundee|
|11||The Rumour (Comedy Verse)|
|12||Nonnie Lass O' Fyvie|
|13||Tuines Of Glory|
|16||Barnyards O' Delgaty|
|17||Take Me Back|
|18||Tobermory (Comedy Verse)|
|19||De Ye Ken Lang Syne|
|20||Nice To Be A Grandad|
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