September 2011, a Manchester-born singer releases his debut album; ‘All Or Nothing At All’ to critical acclaim. The record, praised by peers of the UK music industry, featured some of the best musicians in Britain. The ‘Stellar’ blend of original material, clever re-arrangements of some famous standards, alongside great pop songs, became a sure-fire hit, confirming a place for Alexander Stewart in the heart of the UK music scene.
Prior to the release of his debut album, Alexander had already featured with the stunning BBC Concert Orchestra and John Wilson Big Band, performed alongside Curtis Stigers and Buddy Greco (on a show hosted by Sir Michael Parkinson, on BBC Radio 2) and had sung live on national television on ITV1. No mean feat for a 23-year-old from Manchester, UK.