About Stuart Chatwood
Multi-instrumentalist and composer Stuart Chatwood is perhaps best known for his epic scores for the Prince of Persia video game series or the current indie smash Darkest Dungeon but his professional musical journey began in 1990 as a founding member of The Tea Party, where he plays keyboards, bass guitar and other assorted instruments in the world music inspired Canadian power trio.
Stuart is also a noted producer/engineer/mixer working in the studio with Glen Campbell, Rosanne Cash, Mavis Staples, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Jakob Dylan, The Amygdaloids, Robin Zander of Cheap Trick and others.
Tim Sommer and Stuart Chatwood first worked together in 1997 on the Atlantic Records release of The Tea Party's third record entitled Transmission. The Tea Party, most famous for coining the genre "Moroccan Roll" has sold over 2 million records and has received Gold and multi-Platinum awards in Canada and Australia. Past tours have included performances with Page and Plant (Led Zeppelin), Nine Inch Nails, Ozzy Osbourne and others with a highlight being 2003's SARS concert with The Rolling Stones and AC/DC in front of 490,000 people in Toronto. The band continues to tour to this day, with the most recent tour in 2017 being the 20th Anniversary of Transmission tour, which has played to sold out crowds in over 40 cities in North America and Australia.