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RealTracks Artist Bio: Pat Steward

Canada's Pat Steward is a big beat drummer who made his mark on Bryan Adams' hit Summer of '69 and then played the world tour of the Reckless album. It's an association that has continued over the years, with Pat playing drum tracks on Adams' 2008 album release, 11.

Steward is a versatile drummer with influences that include Rock groups Zeppelin, Rush, Deep Purple, and the Police, but also Jazz legend Tony Williams. Best known for his Rock playing, Pat is equally at home playing Pop, Reggae, Blues, Swing, and Jazz, as evidenced by his work with groups like The Odds, Colin James, and The Matthew Good Band as well as artists like Tina Turner, Murray McLauchaln, Barney Bentall, Jimmy Barnes, and many more. Pat is also in demand for film and television soundtracks such as Kids In The Hall, DaVinci's Inquest, and the CBC's Hockeyville. He travels widely as a clinician.

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