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Stuart Ziff

Stuart Ziff

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At the age of ten, Stuart Ziff, started playing guitar. Then afterward he played with regional rock bands through-out the United State.  Then in 1979, he moved to New York City to begin his career as a freelance-musician. As a professional sideman, he played guitar on Broadway for shows such as O’ Calcutta and The National Lampoon class of ’86.  Also as a freelance artist, Stuart performed and acted as a session-artist for acts such as Martha Reeves and Mary Wells.  In addition, in 1991, a Pizza Hut Delivery advertisment-campaigned choice him to be lead vocalist. In the same year, Stuart moved to Nashville to pursue his songwriting career and continue his studio work.  In 1994, he co-wrote a composition called, Thinkin’ Problem, which went to number one on the country charts. He followed that with cuts by Anita Cochran, rock artist Gary Hoey Salsa Soup and the late Johnny Adams. He left Nashville and traveled to Los Angeles in 2000 to continue writing and preforming. As a songwriter, he is represented by EMG MUSIC. In 2002, he joined the legendary band WAR..