Hamish was born on 8 October, 1949.
Between 1973 and 1988, Hamish Stuart was a member of The Average White Band, an American-style soul band which was formed in Glasgow (his hometown) in early 1972.
Hamish also worked as a session sideman for various artists ranging from Aretha Franklin to Chaka Kahn. He played bass, guitar and vocals.
He also wrote some songs that were recorded by Diana Ross and Jeffrey Osborne.
|Hamish Stuart on stage with Paul for the MTV 'Unplugged' program.|
Hamish was involved in Paul McCartney's Flowers In The Dirt, recorded in 1989, playing guitars and harmony vocals.
He also played with Paul on the following
albums, Unplugged: The
Official Bootleg and Off
|Paul and Hamish on stage (World Tour 89').|