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He also developed a reputation for his partying lifestyle and for dating numerous actresses and models. Born and raised in London, he is of Scottish and English ancestry.Known for his signature raspy voice, Stewart performed in several U. Born into a working-class family, Stewart excelled at soccer. in 1975, Stewart's hit songs included "Tonight's the Night" (1976) and "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy? He experienced a career lull during the 1980s and only had a few hits in the 1990s, but came back strong singing the classics in the 2000s, winning a Grammy Award for best traditional pop vocal album in 2004.In 1966, he joined the blues-influenced Jeff Beck Group and experienced his first taste of success.The group toured the United Kingdom and the United States and released two hit albums. Ron Wood was one of his bandmates and became a member of the Rolling Stones.Sean Roderick Stewart was born on the 1st September 1980, in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California USA of American and British ancestry.He is best known for being a reality TV personality, who has appeared in the A&E reality TV series “Sons Of Hollywood” (2007), and “Stewarts & Hamiltons” (2015). He became an active member of the entertainment industry in 2007.
Soon afterwards, his career lifted-off, and he began to appear in other reality TV series.
After playing in a backup band he signed with Decca as a solo singer. On 8/06/1964 he made a TV debut on "The Beat Boom" with the "Hoochie Goochie Men." Going through several other bands, he released another solo single in November 1965, also appearing in a TV documentary, "Rod the Mod." The bands kept shifting and the faces changing over the next few years as Stewart accumulated credits and experience. Through the '70s his name became increasingly familiar along with his gravel voice, lawn-mower haircut and lean shape, until he was uncontestably a rock superstar by 1976. S., conveniently sidestepping a million-dollar tax bill in the UK. In an unfortunate display of rock-concert mania, 450 fans were injured trying to rush the stage at a concert in Monterey, CA on 8 April 1989.