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After a string of hit singles and albums, the duo split in 1990, but reunited in 1999 for the album Peace and another world tour.
Lennox and Stewart worked together again in 2005, recording two new tracks for the greatest hits package Ultimate Collection, released to coincide with Eurythmics' 25th anniversary.
Due to these accomplishments, Stewart won "Best Producer" at the 1986 BRIT Awards in London.
Stewart would go on to write and produce for a variety of other artists throughout the years.
In 1995, Stewart appeared in an advert for BT in which he sung the track 'Secrets' which was made specifically for BT to be used in the advert.
In 1997, Stewart released an album Come Alive with the actress and singer Rhona Mitra. In November 2002, Stewart worked with former South African president Nelson Mandela.
Stewart has made a film of the making of the album and also filmed a live concert in Nashville at The Belcourt Theatre on 9 December 2010. Stewart produced or co-produced all of Eurythmics' albums and, once the band became established, he also became a producer of other artists.
In May 2011 it was announced that Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones had formed a new supergroup called Super Heavy which includes Dave Stewart, Joss Stone, Damian Marley, and A. In 1985, as well as producing Eurythmics' hit album Be Yourself Tonight, Stewart co-produced the album Southern Accents for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, as well as co-writing several songs for the album including the hit "Don't Come Around Here No More".
The same year, Stewart also produced the debut solo album by Feargal Sharkey, which included the UK number one hit "A Good Heart".
In 1992, Stewart collaborated with singer Terry Hall (formerly of The Specials, The Fun Boy Three and The Colourfield) on the project Vegas.
The duo released one self-titled album but this was commercially unsuccessful, though one of the singles from the album ("Possessed") made the UK Top 40. advertisement for the Power Macintosh in which he riffed on the word "power".
He also collaborated with Brian Harrison to produce an EP on the Sunderland Multicord label (label number MULT-SH-1, producer Ken Mc Kenzie), recording two songs ("Girl" and "Green She Said") from a school musical production written by teacher Dick Bradshaw, one traditional number ("A Blacksmith Courted Me") and a song written by Dave and Brian ("Deep December").