Stu Sweatman's Ontario is on the Rise with his new record, Nibble, rockin' on the marquee right now, and opening for such artists as Rod Stewert, Johnny Lee Hooker, and Rick Derringer. When Stu was a wee little one he found out very soon that he wanted to do Music for a Heart and Soul life time pursuit, and nothing else would do. Coming from a family where everyone around him played at least one instrument incredibly well, he was tickling ivorys at the meager age of 2, and a mother in the next room with perfect pitch telling him how to do it. By the time he was in his teens, at fourteen, he was playing drums in a local act, and doing the local venues. At twenty, motivated to stretch his horizons, he picked up guitar and Vocals. With influences like The Beatles, Vanhalen, Gin Blossoms, Sting, Steve Vai, Creed, and Bonnie Raitt to name but a few, and playing in National Acts such as Urgency, Avatar, Little Bridgette, and Saving Grace, his ecclectic style has made him one of the most unique crossover Pop Rock sounds in todays sea of sounds. The new Album, Nibble, released September 2004, is a collection of the most unique songs ever released from a budding artist/band. So, he decided to create a new genre for himself... PLAD MOCK ROCK.