1 hr 10 min

Stewart Gatsi; Singer/songwriter, recording artist, educator, and author | S4 E5 (COVID FREE CONVERSATION‪)‬ Seven Million Bikes; A Vietnam Podcast

    • Personal Journals

With a background in construction design and 3d modelling, Stewart Gatsi is an independent singer/songwriter, recording artist, educator, and author.

Born in Harare Zimbabwe, his experiences across more than fifteen countries play a key role in shaping his outlook. In 2019 Stewart officially released his first fully professional recorded musical project, the seven-track E.P Songs On My Bike. Currently based in Ho Chi Minh City, his first book Rough Guide To Planet Earth is the first in a series of books chronicling his tumultuous twenty-year journey across four continents.

It chronicles his adventures and misadventures starting out in Zimbabwe, then subsequently migrating to the U.S, Cyprus, Dubai, and ultimately a return to Zimbabwe after almost a decade of living abroad. Ensuing events eventually lead to him traveling yet again, with experiences taking him through South Africa, Vietnam, Singapore, Cambodia, Hong Kong and Malaysia.

Buy his book here.

Listen to his music here.
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Theme music composed by Lewis Wright
Logo designed by Niall Mackay and Le Nguyen with support from Devin Gray
Episode Art designed by Niall Mackay

Buy Seven Million Bikes a beer if you enjoy this content.
Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/AVietnamPodcast)

With a background in construction design and 3d modelling, Stewart Gatsi is an independent singer/songwriter, recording artist, educator, and author.

Born in Harare Zimbabwe, his experiences across more than fifteen countries play a key role in shaping his outlook. In 2019 Stewart officially released his first fully professional recorded musical project, the seven-track E.P Songs On My Bike. Currently based in Ho Chi Minh City, his first book Rough Guide To Planet Earth is the first in a series of books chronicling his tumultuous twenty-year journey across four continents.

It chronicles his adventures and misadventures starting out in Zimbabwe, then subsequently migrating to the U.S, Cyprus, Dubai, and ultimately a return to Zimbabwe after almost a decade of living abroad. Ensuing events eventually lead to him traveling yet again, with experiences taking him through South Africa, Vietnam, Singapore, Cambodia, Hong Kong and Malaysia.

Buy his book here.

Listen to his music here.
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Theme music composed by Lewis Wright
Logo designed by Niall Mackay and Le Nguyen with support from Devin Gray
Episode Art designed by Niall Mackay

Buy Seven Million Bikes a beer if you enjoy this content.
Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/AVietnamPodcast)

1 hr 10 min