The band first formed in 1969 under the name Perth Amboy. After adding a vocalist and keyboard player, they changed their name to Stonebolt in 1973. They performed in local Vancouver area venues until 1977, when they signed a production contract with W.Stewart Productions, who in turn landed a recording contract with Parachute Records. The band released a self-titled album in 1978. A song from this album, "I Will Still Love You", became their first and highest-charting hit single (U.S. #29). A second single, "Love Struck" (U.S. #70), was released in 1979 and appeared on their second album. After Parachute went under, they signed with RCA Records, but further tangible success eluded them. In 1999, Stonebolt re-recorded many of their songs for the CD compilation Regeneration: The Best of Stonebolt, as no original master tapes could be found.
- David Wills - vocals
- Ray Roper - guitar & vocals
- John Webster - keyboards
- Dan Atchison - bass guitar
- Brian Lousley - drums
- Lewis Nitikman - keyboards (replaced John Webster in 1981)
- Stonebolt (Parachute Records, 1978)
- Keep it Alive (RCA Records, 1979)
- New Set of Changes (RCA Records, 1980)
- Juvenile American Princess (RCA Records, 1982)
- Regeneration: The Best of Stonebolt (Vortex Music, 1999)
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- "Stonebolt on short list of groups making it". Medicine Hat News, via Newspaper Archives, November 03, 1978 - Page 49
- "Backstage Pass Big sounds roll from West Coast". Winnipeg Free Press via Newspaper Archives December 23, 1978 - Page 30 By JIM MILL1CAN
- " Stonebolt starts again". Winnipeg Free Press via Newspaper Archives January 21, 1981 - Page 62 By Dave Haynes
- "Stonebolt | Awards | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-05-30.