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BlackHawk Free Music

BlackHawk

Blackhawk is an American country music group founded in Nashville in 1992 by lead vocalist/guitarist Henry Paul (born August 25, 1949; formerly of The Outlaws), vocalist/guitarist Van Stephenson (born 4 November 1953; died 8 April 2001), and keyboardist/vocalist Dave Robbins (born May 26, 1959); Stephenson was succeeded by Randy Threet and then by Anthony Crawford (bandmember for both Neil Young and Steve Winwood) . One of the more successful country music groups of the 1990s