Bek-Jean Stewart entered the Australian Music scene in the early 90’s as vocalist and songwriter for indie-pop band Eva Trout. Stewart’s solo career was launched with “Junior Years” in 2007. Released in Australia and Europe through Laughing Outlaw, the album was lauded by the critics. “A superb female rejoinder to Ryan Adam’s Heartbreaker.” David Cowling, Americana UK, June 2007. Stewart’s other musical involvements include working with Perry Keyes & Give My Love To Rose, performing drums and vocals on his recordings and live shows.
Bek-Jean’s second album Winter Summer Suburban Exile was released September 2010
2014 and Bek-Jean has a new self-release album Amos v. Ann
Stewart uses rich and beautiful melodies to tell stories of loss, love and redemption. The spirited, at times joyous, style of her music often starkly contradicts the depth of content contained in the emotional landscape portrayed by her words. She uses music as a vehicle to communicate her realities and intimate connections with the world around her.