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Hamish Stuart joined The Average White Band in June 1972. A member of AWB from 1972 to 1982, he went on to work with Aretha Franklin, Chaka Khan and David Sanborn. He wrote Atlantic Starr's 1986 hit 'If Your Heart Isn't In It' and songs for Smokey Robinson, Jeffrey Osborne, George Benson and Diana Ross. Stuart joined Paul McCartney's band for McCartney's 1989 comeback album. An all star band includes Ian Thomas, (drums), Steve Pearce, (bass), Ross Stanley (keyboards) and Adam Phillips (guitar).
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I saw Hamish play at the 606 Club on Lots Road - some years ago now, I'm sad to say, but it was a superb gig. A sax player called Snake Davis (I think), an awesome guitar player called Adam Phillips - and Hamish was, as ever, perfectly on song!… (cont'd) Sally from Surrey
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