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Dave Stewart Full Interview

Dave Stewart is the co-founder, guitarist and songwriter for the pop duo Eurythmics, which he founded with singer Annie Lennox in 1980. As half of Eurythmics, Stewart wrote one of the most enduring hits of the early 1980s – “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)” – and achieved great success both on the charts and in the marketplace. Since leaving the group, he has built a solo career as a producer (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Jon Bon Jovi), film composer, recording artist and entrepreneur. He is currently part of a new duo, Platinum Weird.

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Musician Dave Stewart (Eurythmics, Platinum Weird) sits down with Artists House to discuss his career in music and what he has learned along the way. He discusses his creative process, the synergy between art and commerce, how he works with other musicians, the importance of connecting with your fan base, the process he uses for writing music for films, how he is preparing for the future of music, and more. He also discusses some of the technologies he has embraced to try to keep ahead of the curve, such as music mail (an invention of his which was intended to be like email for music), and an immersive online musical experience called 3DTV that relies on a technology he dubs “the music bank.”

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