John has a decade-long reputation of performing classical, ragtime, jazz, bossa nova, rhythm and blues, Motown, rock, pop, bluegrass, country, world, samba, gospel and improvisations throughout Colorado, particularly in the Colorado State Capitol district at the Denver Public Library, the Boettcher Auditorium of the Colorado History Museum, and for legislators, lobbyists, and constituent groups at numerous state agency functions.
John served most recently as the music director of the Redstone Art Center (2013-2015). Additionally, you can find him performing as a soloist at various venues throughout the Roaring Fork Valley including the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, the Iron Mountain Hot Springs, the Historic Redstone Inn and House Of Blues in Paonia. You can also catch him performing at Belly Up Aspen or the Limelight Hotel Snowmass pretty much on a monthly basis TBD.
John comes from a long line of Coloradoans. His grandfather Hugh A. Stewart was born in Aspen in 1888. His great grandfather, James T. Stewart was elected the Sheriff of Pitkin County that same year.