Laney Stewart

Film Producer

Laney Stewart was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States on January 10th, 1966 and is the Film Producer. At the age of 58, Laney Stewart biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 10, 1966
United States
Place of Birth
Chicago, Illinois, United States
58 years old
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Film Producer, Record Producer, Songwriter
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Laney Stewart Life

Laney Stewart (born January 10, 1966) is an American writer, musician, record publisher, music editor, music manager, and youth mentor. In Chicago's South Side suburbs, Philip Lane Stewart II was born.

Laney has written, produced, and released hits for some of the top R&B, hip hop, and pop stars of the past three decades.

In addition to his individual accomplishments, he has a track record of finding and nurturing undiscovered talent on their way to success.

His long line of hits he has created, published, or managed is a testament to his creative and business acumen.

Early life

Mary Ann Stewart, a prolific singer in her own right, had sung roles for the Ohio Players, Curtis Mayfield, and Aretha Franklin. Morris "Butch" Stewart, his uncle, was a popular musician and producer. Laney had already learned how to play piano and drums by the age of nine. Laney began playing on jingles at the age of 12. He went from writing to composing with a life of his own jingles as a youth. With Ramsey Lewis' "This Ain't No Dream," he had his first commercially released songs on CBS Records by 15. He became a regular in Chicago's burgeoning underground house music scene and became one of the first house designers to produce music for Arrogance, such as "Crazy" [1], which was released on DJ International Records in 1986. Laney's uncle, Wayne Stewart, Tony Brown, and Patrick Leonard all started working as a session musician. Leonard, who was known for his appearances with Madonna, "Like a Prayer," etc., was Laney's most influential keyboard influence. Stewart and partner Kenneth Hale formed Minute Men, a jingle business that created iconic spots for Bud Light, McDonald's, and Coca-Cola by 18. They became the "go to" guys for urban based advertising juggernauts like the Burrell ad agency and DDB Needham. They've also been given an award for their efforts on the California Lottery ad campaign. By night, he was attending House clubs, jingle sessions, and meetings with ad executives.

Personal life

Laney lives in Los Angeles, California, and is married to Khaila Stewart with three children, Jordan, Clarke, and Christopher. Laney and Khaila are participating in UCLA's kidney disease study and living donor transplantation.