"Blackhawk" is a musical ensemble including Henry Paul (formerly of The Outlaws), singer/songwriter Dave Robbins, and Anthony Crawford (bandmember for both Neil Young and Steve Winwood). One of the more successful country music groups of the 1990s, their hits have included "Every Once in a While", "Days of America", and "Goodbye Says It All."
The original lineup for the band throughout the 1990s was Paul, Robbins, and guitarist/vocalist Van Stephenson, who died of skin cancer in April, 2001. He was replaced by Randy Threet, the band's bass player, until 2003, when Anthony Crawford signed on.
Current Total Nonstop Action Wrestling musicianist Dale Oliver was also once a part of Blackhawk.
*Henry Paul – vocals, guitar
*Dave Robbins – keyboards, low harmony
*Anthony Crawford – guitar, high harmony (2003 – present)
*Van Stephenson – guitar, high harmony (formation – 2000)
*Randy Threet – bass guitar, high harmony (2000 – 2003)
*''Strong Enough'' (1995)
*''Love & Gravity'' (1997)
*''The Sky's the Limit'' (1998)
*''Spirit Dancer'' (2002)
|years active||1992 – present|
|music genre||Country music|
|current members|| Henry Paul|