Stillwater (band)

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Stillwater
Origin Warner Robins, Georgia, USA
Genres Southern rock
Years active 1973–1982
1996–1997
Labels Capricorn Records
Associated acts Atlanta Rhythm Section, Charlie Daniels Band
Members Michael Causey
Rob Roy Walker
Bobby Golden
Al Scarborough
Bob Spearman
Jimmy Hall
Sebie Lacey
David Heck

Stillwater was an American band of the 1970s which played Southern rock.

Its song Mind Bender charted in the top 40 in 1977. The band existed from 1973 to 1982 and was based in Warner Robins, Georgia. It released two albums on Capricorn Records, Stillwater (1977), which included the single "Mind Bender", and I Reserve the Right! (1978). It broke up shortly after the loss of Capricorn Records. The group re-formed with drummer David Heck and released the album Running Free in (1997).

Former members[edit]

  • Michael Causey – guitar
  • Bobby Golden – guitar, vocals
  • Jimmy Hall – percussion, vocals (not the same Jimmy Hall that played in Wet Willie.)
  • David Heck – drums
  • Sebie Lacey – drums, vocals
  • Al Scarborough – bass guitar, vocals
  • Bob Spearman – keyboards, vocals
  • Rob Roy Walker – guitar, vocals

In popular culture[edit]

A fictitious band named "Stillwater" is featured in the 2000 film Almost Famous.

Discography[edit]

  • Stillwater (1977)
  • I Reserve the Right! (1978)
  • Running Free (1997)

A: Mind Bender B: Sunshine Blues

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