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BlackHawk signs with indie label

Sunday, February 5, 2006 – BlackHawk has signed with indie label, Rust Records Nashville.

The trio - now comprised of Henry Paul, Dave Robbins and Anthony Crawford - has enjoyed many hits, including ""Goodbye Says It All" and "That's Just About Right," although they have been off the charts for awhile.

After the passing of founding member Van Stephenson in 2001, the band took a four-year hiatus and established a charity for leukemia research in Stephenson's honor.

BlackHawk returns this spring with the album "Voices," although the label did not announce a release date. Their first single "Better at Hello," will be shipped to radio April 24.


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Now down to two original members following the death of co-founder Van Stephenson, BlackHawk has produced a more thoughtful disc that sounds like a retreat to the roots that made the band's debut outing so enjoyable. A little bit of the gloss of the last few releases is gone. This time the raw basics are revelead which leaves the listener more opportunity to enjoy the messages, and that's what takes center stage here. The title cut is the centerpiece and a tribute to Stephenson, who died from cancer. ...
After four albums, BlackHawk has compiled their 12 singles and 3 new songs into a greatest hits collection. The album starts out strong with the top 10 single that ignited their career, "Goodbye Says It All." After that, the band's high-energy, often acoustic-guitar-and-mandolin-infused country sound and beautiful three-part harmonies continued to sound better on each single, as they released such hits off their debut as "Every Once in a While" and "That's Just About Right. ...
In 1994, BlackHawk came onto the country scene with an exciting raw sound mixing rock guitars with tinkling mandolin and Henry Paul's distinctive, rough lead vocal with the harmonies of Van Stephenson and Dave Robbins. By last year's "Love and Gravity," that sound had been diluted, and they had a hard time getting radio airplay. Now they're back with their fourth CD, and although it's not as good as their fantastic debut, it's better than their last album. "Goin' Down Fightin'" finds the band at ...


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