Donny Stew's song “Indy Indy Indeed” for the Indy 500 is an energetic country rock anthem “dedicated to those who drive in the biggest motor race in America.” The song performed by his virtuoso band, is set to historic Indy footage and features the 1964 race winner A.J. Foyt who gets a big kiss in Indy's victory lane from a blonde beauty.

The music video features Donny Stew and the Band along with original animated characters cars & flags.
For this Memorial Day, the race will be telecast on the ABC television network.

Donny Stew’s City Songs & Videos released to date:
2010 anthem for Dallas called "Texas Big" for the Dallas Cowboy’s owner Jerry Jones hosting the superbowl.

2011 "59 Miles to Jacksonville," a song that appeared in Drew Barrymore's Hollywood Roller Derby movie "Whip It."

2012 Halloween release, "La Llorona - Ghost of Santa Fe" for a Latin American female ghost features original animated 3D ghost characters.

"Seeing my "59 Miles to Jacksonville," song and name up in lights in Drew Barrymore's Roller Derby movie "Whip It," was the genesis for the “Donny Stew City Songs project," said Donny. "It seemed to me that only the big city's like N.Y., L.A. and Chicago get the great city songs.”

“My city songs unveil many unknown city legends, people, places, and events, both good and bad. I decided to have a special release for each city with a song and video in the appropriate genre. I’ve toured the cities I write about and personally shot city footage with my Camera.” "The legendary AJ Foyt and the iconic Indy 500 he won symbolized Indy’s uniqueness for me."

"As my city song project progressed, the length of the songs and videos varied. Some songs and videos were the standard three minutes or so, while other cities got multiple songs and some regional cities have been joined together to form city rock operas.”

In the meantime, Stew’s been busy shooting mixing and editing the videos of the latest cities sessions & rehearsals. “Once they're ready I will let them out with the red carpet treatment, with 110% personal touch for each one.”

Next Stop……………………….
St Louis gets a new Anthem - "ST LOUIS BREW by Donny Stew
In a continuing series of "Made for City Songs," city songmeister Donny Stew has cooked up a raucous blend of Hard Country Rock & Blues." Taking a page from the great guitar slingers of yesteryear, the Stew opens with his signature guitar riff that lights the fuse for his power trio’s momentous stomp. It is the next city song on tap!

The Donny Stew City song collection is available at all the major digital outlets including itunes & Amazon.

Donny Stew is a recognized music composer / content provider for TV and film clients including: NBC, CBS, ABC, HBO, MTV, Nickelodeon, Disney, Comedy Central to name a few, as well as productions in 20 nations worldwide.

As a songwriter and musician, he has written and recorded with members of rock bands including Springsteen's E Street band, Alice Cooper, Blue Oyster Cult, The English Rock Band - Nektar, toured with the Lester Lanin Big Band.

As a band leader with his own original Rock & Pop songs he was the opening band act up for Rick Derringer, the late Ritchie Havens, Return To Forever, Chick Corea and The Turtles.

His music productions (licensed by Sonoton APM Sony & Universal EMI / Zomba) were used in Drew Barrymore's Roller Derby movie "Whip It," with Ellen Page. Reese Witherspoon's Disney movie "A Far Off Place," Jim Carey's "In Living Color" spoof of "The Bodyguard," Budweiser's "Take it Outside" ad campaign with the Hanson Brothers from the "Slapshot" hockey movie, "Theme song for Nickelodeons "Nick News," Comedy Central's "Tosh-O" & "Strangers with Candy," HBO's "Dream On," ABC's "Monday Night Football," "Good Morning America, and NCAA College Football," to name a few.

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