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Stewart Copeland

born: 16 July 1952
country: USA

Stewart Copeland was born in 1952, in Alexandria, Virginia, in the United States, but soon after moved with his family to Beirut, Lebanon. In this Middle Eastern city on the Mediterranean, Stewart grew up and learned to play the drums. He is perhaps most famous as the drummer for The Police, performing with the group from the late 1970s to the early 80s. Stewart had already been a productive songwriter before The Police had emerged, having released a few singles in 1978 and a follow-up album in 1980 under the pseudonym of Klark Kent. But while The Police needed that particular touch brought to its music by Sting, Stewart’s varied musical culture and knowledge allowed him to work on a variety of projects, from classical to jazz. All of these different influences surfaced in his many releases during the 1990s.


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