Bob Stewart has been playing guitar since he was nine and writing songs since he was 14.
His second CD of original songs ("A Million Miles Away from Home") was released on August 8, 2006.
His first CD, "Don't Think You Know," was released in June, 2004.
Stewart's strongest musical influences are James Taylor, John Prine and Bruce Cockburn.
Included in most Bob Stewart Band performances are "Moody Blue," written when he was in high school, "Shadow Boxer," written in 1977, as well as such songs as "All Over Again," "Another Chance to Fall," and "Fare Thee Well."
His collaborations with lyricist Stacy Puzo include "That's Not What Dancin's For," "Walkin'," "Your Love," "Summer Song," and "I Never Knew Lonely."
Stewart lives with his wife, Penny, in Athens, Ohio.
A professor of journalism at Ohio University, he approaches song-writing, performing with The Bob Stewart Band, and recording as serious hobbies.