|Birth name||Timothy John Steward|
|Born||20 August 1966|
London, United Kingdom
|Origin||Brisbane, Queensland, Australia|
|Genres||Indie rock, indie pop, punk, acoustic|
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, producer, Guitarist|
|Instruments||Vocals, piano, guitar, bass guitar|
|Associated acts||Screamfeeder, The Madmen, The Whats, WE ALL WANT TO|
|Website||Tim's page on the official Screamfeeder website|
Tim Steward is a musician, singer, and songwriter from Brisbane, Australia. Steward was born in the United Kingdom and moved to Townsville, Australia in 1983, and Brisbane in 1989. Steward is most well known for his work in band Screamfeeder which formed in 1991, of which he is the singer, guitarist and principal songwriter.
He is also currently performing in Brisbane band We All Want To, who have released three critically acclaimed albums.
In 2006, Steward released his first solo studio album under Reverberation entitled How Does It End. Other bands/projects he has been involved with include Psycho Skate Smurfs on Smack, Lethal Injections, The Madmen and The Whats. He also played a role in promoting other Brisbane indie artists in the 90s through his record label Stone Groove.
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