John Stewart was a quintessential and prolific Americana singer/songwriter. Throughout his career, he told romantic stories of an already vanished and still disappearing America, its people, landscapes, and history that was rich in metaphor, myth, and allegory. During a nearly five-decade career, he was a member of folk group the Cumberland Three and the Kingston Trio (he led the latter until they split in 1967 when his "Daydream Believer" became an international hit for the Monkees.) His debut solo album, California Bloodlines, was chosen by Rolling Stone as one of its best 200 albums of all time. After a slew of fine recordings for different labels, Stewart's 1979 Top Ten offering, Bombs Away Dream Babies, was co-produced with Lindsey Buckingham. Its smash single "Gold" included Stewart and Stevie Nicks on backing vocals. Stewart wrote ...
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