Stuart Turner is an English alternative blues singer. Originally born in Dorset, Turner now lives in Medway, Kent, adding his name to the growing list of cult musicians from the area. Having signed to Brigadier Records, Turner is scheduled to release his third album, Gin & Bitters on CD and download in July 2010. Though being an active musician for a number of years, and playing with a number of different local musicians, Turner's first official solo release came on Sun Pier Records, a Chatham based label distribued by Cargo and formed by friend and fellow musician Kris Dollimore, ex-guitarist with The Damned. Turner produced Dollimore's debut Sun Pier release (02/01/1978) in 2006, writing a song on it ('The North Kent Post Industrial Hillstomp Blues') which received healthy national airplay on BBC Radio Two. Turner's own solo muddy blues appeared a few months later in the form of the sprawling debut album A Gallon Of Water Makes A Mile Of Fog, which received healthy acclaim on its release. Turner took to supporting Dollimore in plenty of gigs around England and spent 2006/7 playing shows in a diverse selection of venues, including bowling alleys, cabaret clubs and Swedish festivals, 'scaring the living daylights out of the assembled crowd with his spooky folk blues' (The Guardian) Turner's second album, File Under Carnal Knowledge, was a 'freight train riding back bar room down at heel blues' (The Organ) romp, released on Sun Pier in February 2009 to similar critical acclaim. Turner formed The Flat Earth Society in 2009 to record and perform his third album, Gin & Bitters. The album was released through Brigadier Records in July 2010 and a single is scheduled for later in the year.