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Stillwater (band)

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OriginWarner Robins, Georgia, United States
GenresSouthern rock
Years active1973–1984, 1996–1998
LabelsCapricorn Records
Past membersMichael Causey
Rob Roy Walker
Bobby Golden
Al Scarborough
Mark Percy (back up singer)
Bob Spearman
Jimmy Hall
Sebie Lacey
David Heck

Stillwater was an American band, based in Warner Robins, Georgia, that played Southern rock and was active from 1973 to 1984. They released two albums on Capricorn Records, Stillwater (1977) (the self-titled debut contains "Mind Bender," which peaked at #46 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1978),[1] and I Reserve the Right (1978), before the label folded in 1979. Drummer David Heck joined Stillwater in 1981; they released the album Runnin' Free in 1996.[2]

Band members[edit]

  • Mike Causey - guitar
  • Ken Kelly – guitar
  • Bobby Golden – guitar, backing and lead vocals
  • Jimmy Hall – percussion, lead and backing vocals (not the Jimmy Hall who sang lead for Wet Willie, another band signed to Capricorn in the '70s)
  • David Heck – drums
  • Sebie Lacey – drums, backing and lead vocals
  • Al Scarborough – bass guitar, backing vocals
  • Bob Spearman – keyboards, backing vocals (died 2002)
  • Rob Roy Walker – guitar, backing vocals


  • Stillwater (1977)
  • I Reserve the Right (1978)
  • Runnin' Free (1998)


  • "Mind Bender" (1977)
  • "I Reserve the Right" (1978)
  • "Women (Beautiful Women)" (1979)


  1. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2013). Joel Whitburn's Top Pop Singles, 14th Edition: 1955-2012. Record Research. p. 807.
  2. ^ "Stillwater, 'Runnin' Free'". Discogs. Retrieved 19 April 2015.

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