Canyon (country music band)
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|Past members||Steve Cooper
Canyon was an American country music group composed of Steve Cooper (vocals, guitar), Johnny Boatright (guitar), Jay Brown (keyboards), Randy Rigney (bass) and Keech Rainwater (drums), who replaced Randy Smith, their original drummer. Between 1988 and 1989, the band released two studio albums on 16th Avenue. They also charted nine songs on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart, including the Top 40 single "Hot Nights." Canyon got their big break on the show "Star Search" with Ed McMahon, where they were the runner up to Sawyer Brown in 1983 for VOCAL BAND.
After Canyon disbanded, Rainwater joined the group Texassee in 1992, who would later change their name to Lonestar.
|1988||I Guess I Just Missed You||51||16th Avenue|
|1988||"Overdue"||59||—||I Guess I Just Missed You|
|"In the Middle of the Night"||54||—|
|"I Guess I Just Missed You"||55||—|
|"Love Is on the Line"||47||—|
|1989||"Right Track, Wrong Train"||44||—||Radio Romance|
|"Dam These Tears"||71||—||single only|
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