The Elaine Stewart Band will cater for any event, function or social gathering. Now recognised as one of the best function bands in Scotland they recently opened the biggest forces festival in the country, The Big H "Call of Music" performing with some of the industries best names. With all band members having vast experience within the music industry and many years with various groups they are one of the most the most sought after bands North of the border. Whatever music you like it can be catered for from Scottish to modern.
Elaine is a professional vocalist, starting her career at the age of 8 in a harmonious Church Choir! She has for many years worked with a variety of bands with various genre. Enjoying the gigging scene in London and South East England,with bands Shot "T" Funk, Ironik and Bliss. Moving back to her roots in Scotland, Elaine is back gigging with The Elaine Stewart Band. Elaine released her debut album "Chase the Light" in August 2010. She teamed up with Chris for the CrimsonOrange partnership as Lyricist, Vocalist, responsible for Vocal Arrangment and Recording...
Stevie Wilkie....... Drums
Steve has been playing the drums since the age of 15, supporting many famous bands and being a member of such bands as Four in a Bush and the infamous Dundee band Mafia for a decade. A proffessional musician as well as the joker of the band, he keeps the tempo flowing.
John McKean (Clum)........Bassist
"Clum" is an amazing bass player and has been playing close to 50 years ( that's half a century!!). He picked up the strings again to be part of the amazing ESB and along with his son Chris makes some amazing tunes that come alive on the dance floor.
Chris McKean........ Guitarist
If Guitars could make your knees shake then this man could make them buckle with his glorious "riffs", every note dances along his strings.
John Ramsey...... Keyboards
John "Fingers" Ramsey has also been in the music scene for over 40 years
and as well as playing the keyboards he plays the accordian. Not only does this mean up to date music, but you can also have traditional Scottish music too.