When Henry Paul (25 August 1949, Kingston, New York, USA), the former lead singer of the southern rock band the Outlaws (1972-1977, and reunion 1986-1989) and his own Henry Paul Band (1979-1982) moved back to Nashville, Tennessee in the early 90s he formed the new country outfit FireHawk with Van Stephenson (b. 4 November 1953, Hamilton, Ohio, USA, d. 8 April 2001, Nashville, Tennessee, USA; guitar) and Dave Robbins (b. Charles David Robbins, 26 May 1959, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; keyboards). Stephenson and Robbins were both established session musicians and successful songwriters. The duo had written the US country hit All My Life and several chart-topping singles for Restless Heart, and Stephenson recorded several solo albums and enjoyed a US Top 30 rock hit with Modern Day Delilah in 1984.
The trio took their more familiar name from the Stutz Blackhawk, an American pre-war sports car. Their chart-topping debut,...
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