New tour dates announced! Head to the Live page now
JUNE 20TH SAW ALEXANDER PERFORMING ALONGSIDE SOME OF THE FINEST NEW AND UPCOMING TALENT IN MANCHESTER. THE SHOW WAS FILMED AND WILL BE LIVE ON ALEXANDERSTEWART.NET IN THE NEXT COMING WEEKS.
NEW VIDEO, Live At The St. James Theatre London Alexander performs Sinatra's synonymous =
'One For My Baby'
'Black And Gold' Live From The Viersen Jazz Festival 2012
Alexander And His Band Perform The Classic 'You Don't Know Me' Live At The Viersen Jazz Festival 2012
Alexander performs a live cover of Lana Del Rey's 'Born To Die'
Show at Ronnie Scotts reviewed in 'The Times'
Read the review of Alexander's sold out show at the legendary Soho jazz venue.
Alexander films for new televised pilot show
Alexander performed three songs from his debut album
as part of a new music program by the producer of 'Live At Abbey Road'.
The show also features the Neil Cowley trio
You Can Now Read Last Months Newsletter By Clicking Here
'All Or Nothing At All' is available now from:
See photos from Alexander's 'All Or Nothing At All' launch night In Manchester
Alexander Writes For Properganda Online
Alexander follows in the footsteps of Liane Carroll and Neil Cowley and tries his hand at writing as part of the 'Waking The Muse' series' - click here
Press reaction to Alexander
'All Or Nothing At All' released today September 5th! You can order your copy now from:
The September issue of Jazzwise magazine is now available.
This months edition features Alexander in the 'taking off' article.
To see exclusive images from Alexander's video shoot click here
Hear Alexander On Jazz FM
In case you missed Alexander's track aired on Jazz FM, you can listen back to Helen Mayhew's 'Yamaha Sunday Jazz Jam' show by clicking here
Jazzwise Magazine Mention The Album - Click Here
Look out for the September issue of Jazzwise, released later this month. You can find a special 'Taking Off' article about Alexander and the Album.
New Live Dates Availble - Click Here
THE FIRST REVIEW OF ALL OR NOTHING AT ALL
'Alexanders obvious talent makes for a fascinating listen, with each piece tailored to Stewart's modern sound.'