Stuart has crafted a rich portfolio of God-given and Holy Spirit-inspired material that is now the biggest passion in his life (second to Yahweh Himself!). The outpouring of the music and songs that God has given to Stuart has been accelerated by his devoted heart for worshipping Him. Stuart hopes that there is now an opportunity for the world to enter into this spiritual realm of sound frequencies that are powerful, and serve as a conduit for God’s Spirit to move, to restore, to heal and minister His love into people’s hearts.
From Pop Star to Worshipper
Stuart Croxford Neale is a worshipper steeped in music and music expression. Today sees the culmination of many musical experiences and training seasons over 4 decades. This includes being classically trained at The Royal College of Music in London and piano tuning with Kemble Yamaha plus songwriting and performing with a variety of ‘rock’ and ‘pop’ bands. Over the years Stuart was the recipient of many accolades, the most notable being the number one hit “Too Shy” with the band Kajagoogoo (early 80’s). The single had a long tenure in the charts and was number one in several countries.
Shortly afterwards Stuart embraced Hebraic worship music and accompanied and toured with the singer Helen Shapiro, supporting her touring and recording activities. The late 90’s saw Stuart begin a deeper journey into worship music. Of special interest to Stuart is Davidic worship. This was born from the seeds sown through his earlier engagement with Helen (who is a ‘Messianic Jew’).
Stuart is regularly invited to worship at different venues throughout Europe and Israel. He is a fervent worshipper and brings the presence of God to wherever he plays. The closeness, anointing and intimacy with God is of the utmost importance to Stuart.
This led to establishing Worship Altars in Northern Ireland, where people can come and worship in spirit and truth. You can listen to the live streaming on Friday and Saturday evenings.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: +44 (0)7548 115584