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... In 1985, Stuart accompanied Johnny Cash to Memphis and played on the "Class of '55" album that also featured Carl Perkins, Roy Orbison, and Jerry Lee ... Later that year, Stuart left Cash's band and landed a recording contract with Columbia Records ... The following year, he released a self-titled album on the label, which produced a Top 20 hit on the Billboard country charts in the song "Arlene." Stuart garnered his first cover story in 1986 ...
... With the help of his uncle, it was not long before Stuart was singing back-up to the likes of Johnny Rivera and Marc Anthony ... In 1996, Stuart recorded his first CD, Cuento de la Vecinidad (Tale of the Neighborhood), which included a remake of Michael Jackson's "The Lady in My ... That year Stuart also sang in a Banco Popular production honoring Bobby Capo, featuring Danny Rivera, José Feliciano, and Chucho Avellanet ...
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