SALT LAKE CITY, July 1, 2015 / PR Newswire – Jazz-rock drummer and worldwide recording artist Isaiah Stewart announces the release of his fourth album Thrill Ride.

Thrill Ride features Jamie Glaser, the world-renowned jazz-rock guitarist famous for his work with Jon Anderson (Yes), Jean-Luc Ponty, Chick Corea, Manhattan Transfer, Quincy Jones and Bryan Adams.

“Having Jamie Glaser as a featured guest artist on this album is a wonderful honor,” Stewart says. “I have been a diehard fan of his phenomenal guitar playing for many years and collaborating with one of my musical idols is truly a dream come true.”

Glaser says it was an enjoyable and rewarding experience to work with Stewart and be included on the project.

"Working with Isaiah was indeed a special musical journey, and I am honored to be someone he trusted with his vision,” Glaser says. “Isaiah's music is always packed with so much energy, melody and groove, and this new album captures the essence of what is so great about this seasoned artist. Thrill Ride is music that kicks; music that moves you; and music that enables you to discover exciting new things no matter how often you listen."


SALT LAKE CITY, July 16, 2010 / PR Newswire / – Jazz-funk drummer and worldwide recording artist Isaiah Stewart announces the release of his third album GROOVE GARDEN.

Adding pop, rock and hip-hop savvy to the jazz-funk mix, GROOVE GARDEN is an all-original album that features Isaiah’s powerful songwriting and explosive drumming that provides a foundation for the album’s deep thundering bass lines, warm keyboards, funky electric guitars, fire-hot jazz improvisation and sublimely soulful vocals.

After a decade of hard-hitting, edge-of-your-seat jazz-funk music, culminating in more than 500,000 mp3 downloads worldwide, the stakes are high for GROOVE GARDEN, but “high stakes” are what drive Isaiah’s passion for making infectious music . . . music that begins with one thing . . .

“Groove is everything to us drummers,” Isaiah says. “For us, music begins with heavy, funky danceable beats. And with this album I wanted to go even deeper with the grooves to plant more primal roots for a new garden . . . a garden where the diverse worlds of funk, jazz, soul, hip-hop, rock, classical and tribal music were able to grow and blossom in exciting new directions.”