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Stuart says watch Sex, God, Rock 'n Roll for FREE!

Hi friends ! I MISSED YOU !!!

Stuart here, excited to say I am back in the United States of America. After two years living in Holland, I have returned to my country of origin, which remains so original.

I have not been idle. I learned enough Dutch to confuse the locals and I carved clogs for you all. Although you didn’t hear from me often, I spent the past two years writing, writing, writing. I completed numerous new screenplays and TV shows.

Now I’m going to try and make them in America !

I’m also giddy to announce that Seasons One and Two of Sex, God, Rock ’n Roll are going online. Now everyone can watch the entire series for FREE, on YouTube. Starting today a new episode will be posted every Monday for twelve weeks. I hope you watch it, and if you dig it, I hope you’ll share it with friends and enemies.

Here’s the new TRAILER for Sex, God, Rock ’n Roll and here’s Episode One.

I’ve also just launched a Patreon page. Patreon is an amazing site that allows you to become a patron of your favorite artists. It's an easy way to have a direct and immediate impact on the artists you want to support. If you’d like to help me create more music, tv, and film, please consider becoming a patron. It makes a huge, huge difference.

I’ve been doing the fan-funding thing for ten years now. You guys are truly the reason most of my albums exist at all. Bell, ¿What, the Silver (self-titled) album, and Music For Mortals were each made with your incredible support. I simply would not have a career if it weren’t the amazing way you’ve made it happen again and again.

So if you can, please take a look at my Patreon page and consider become a patron.. Now that I’m back in America I want to make lots of new stuff!

Sending you big gratitude and Kosmic hugs- Stu

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The versatile, sonically inventive singer/songwriter is at his most wickedly playful on... Music for Mortals.

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