Stonebolt is a rock band from Vancouver, Canada. They first formed in 1969 under the name Perth Amboy, and after adding a vocalist and keyboard player, they changed their name to Stonebolt in the early 1970s.
They remained a local attraction in Vancouver until 1977, when they landed a production contract, with W.Stewart Productions, who in turn landed a recording contract with Parachute Records.
Their first album netted them their first and highest-charting hit single, 1978’s “I Will Still Love You” (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.
Regeneration The Best Of Stonebolt
Vortex Music 1999
Tracks: Don´t Ya Hide It, Was It You, I Will Still Love You, Extra Mile, The Love I´ve Found, Queen Of The Night, Let´s Go Back, You Don´t Care, New Set Of Changes, Going Through The Motions Of Love, Are You Listening, Take The Time, Rollin´Down The Highway, Crying Again Tonight, Lovestruck & Price Of Love.
Musicians on the Regeneration The Best Of Stonebolt album: Danny Atchinson, Brian Lousley, Lewis Nitkman, Ray Roper, David Wills and others
Juvenile American Princess
RCA Records 1982
New Set Of Changes
RCA Records 1980
Keep It Alive
RCA Records 1979
Parachute Records 1977