Stuart Earl
Stuart Earl


Singer/songwriter Stuart Earl started writing songs in 2001. He formed ‘EARL’ with Lyndon Webb and wrote the songs for his 1st album ‘My name is Earl –The Album’ recorded in Lyndon’s attic. The duo expanded into a 4 piece band and regularly play gigs and festivals across the country. Based in South West and Wales they play acoustic and slide guitars and a mixture of original songs covering Americana, country and blues.
Several years, collaborations and albums later the EARL BAND consists of:
Stuart Earl, guitars and vocals
Lyndon Webb, guitars and backing vocals
Charlie Kyte, Bass and backing vocals
Brett Lewis, Drums
and on an occasional basis the multi-talents of Al Thomas, guitar and Graham Mizen, backing vocals.

Plus THE EARL TRIO featuring MICHAEL MESSER is a collaboration with the legendary slide guitarist.

Songwriting credits:
UK Songwriting Competition
Higher Commended Entry ‘The old man & the sea’
Higher Commended Entry ‘Stay’
UK Songwriting Competition
Semi Finalist ‘Tennessee Honey’
Highly Commended ‘Dance’
Highly Commended ‘The Devil Drives’
Highly Commended ‘Here I go again’
Highly Commended ‘Jesse James’
Highly Commended ‘Lovers Lane’ x2
Highly Commended ‘Paleman’
International Songwriting Competition (ISC)
Semi Finalist ‘Tears that fall’
International Songwriting Competition (ISC)
Winner ‘The Devil Drives’