Paul 'Doc' Stewart has been involved with the music scene and specifically Blues and Blues Rock for over 40 years. Thanks to the most wonderful, reprobate mother, he was introduced to the Blues at a very early age and the love has grown over the years. In the 1970s, he was involved in Pirate Radio in the UK playing Blues and Rock on a station in North London.
In the 1980s, he went to the USA, where he worked as both a record and a radio producer in South Carolina and Tennessee. Returning to London, he worked as a record producer and sound engineer and ran London's legendary Tin Pan Alley Studios. He now combines broadcasting with running an international media company, producing TV, audio, still photography and text, which counts everyone from the UK Government to the country's national newspapers among his clients and writing as Paul Stewart, he reviews "grown up" music for the website of the Daily Express