Stu Stevens died at the age of 79
following an illness. His music will live on. After a gap of over 30 years, Stu went back into the
studio to record four albums, including a CD, "Still
Standing," a gospel album and two releases available on
digital download, "Forever Young" and "Yesterday When I
Over the past few years Hotdisc,
Europe's number 1 country music promotional label, has
been re-issuing Stu's back catalogue to DJs and media
people all over the world, and the demand has been
massive as radio stations were given CD copies of some
of Stu's best known songs to play.
brought about the release of "The Voice" CD
which contains 16 of his best known songs including of
course "The Man From Outer Space" and "Hello Pretty
Lady." A second volume, "The Voice - Volume 2,"
came out in March 2017 containing 40 tracks including
the entire concert from 1980 at the Apollo Theatre,
Oxford, recorded with just him and his two sons, Stuart
Jr and Stephen. It also contains the best of the
rest of his back catalogue including some rarities
available for the very first time.
rediscovered interview from 31 years ago has now been
cleaned up and digitally restored, and is now available
to listen to at our Video page above. It offers a
fascinating insight into Stu's life back in 1981 when
the interview was recorded.
demand, in July 2012, a DVD release of Stu's only
video, "The Man And His Music", was released.
Although the quality of this programme varies throughout
the 90 minutes, it is such a rare piece of Stu Stevens
history that the decision was made to
make it available on DVD for the first time ever.
Collection Boxed Set came out in March 2019 which
contained four CDs and featured the albums "The Voice"
and "Still Standing" as well, for the first time ever on
CD, his legendary concert at Oxford in 1980 and "The
Voice Volume 2" which contains the best of the rest of
We received a
review of "The Voice" CD by Jim Marshall from his "Online Country UK"
regular news bulletin which we are delighted to reproduce
STEVENS - THE VOICE (Xiaohua/Ash Records)
recordings here are mostly over 30 years old they
honestly sound fresh enough to have been recorded
yesterday. Stu Stevens, who comes from my old stomping
ground around Kirkby-in-Ashfield, near Nottingham, is not
your typical country singer. Although very popular at
country music festivals and clubs in years gone by, he's
probably best described as an all-round entertainer with
a repertoire designed to appeal to all ages and many
Having been away from the
scene for some time he's re-emerged with a brand new
album, but can't tell you enough how much I enjoyed
listening to the matchless old recordings on this
welcome CD. The subtitle on this album is "The Ultimate
Collection" and that phrase has never been put to better