BlackHawk is an American country music group founded in 1992 by Henry Paul (lead vocals, mandolin, acoustic guitar), Van Stephenson (background vocals, electric guitar), and Dave Robbins (backing vocals, keyboards). Paul had previously been a member of the Southern rock band The Outlaws, and Robbins and Stephenson had co-written several Number One singles for the country pop band Restless Heart.
The band signed with Arista Nashville in 1993 and their first album BlackHawk was certified 2× Multi-Platinum by the RIAA. This 2 disc set at mid-price comprises their third album Love & Gravity released in 1997 and the more successful The Sky’s The Limit from the following year. The single from that album "There You Have It" went on to be a top 10 hit.
The band continued to have chart success, releasing three more albums and a Greatest Hits package, following which Stephenson, who had health issues, was replaced by Randy Threet, another former member of The Outlaws.
Love and Gravity (Was Fallin' from Her Good Graces), Stepping Stones, Postmarked Birmingham, Will You Be There (In the Morning), It Ain't About Love Anymore, Nobody’s Fool, If That Was a Lie, Hole in My Heart, Hold Me Harmless, She Dances with Her Shadow, Lonely Boy
Your Own Little Corner of My Heart, Who Am I Now, There You Have It, In My Heart of Hearts, Nobody Knows What to Say, Goin' Down Fightin, Walkin' on Water, Always Have, Always Will, When I Find It, I'll Know It, Think Again, The Last Time