Van Stephenson

Van Wesley Stephenson

Also known as Stephenson, V. Stephenson, Wesley Stephenson
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_Stephenson

Discography of Van Stephenson:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Modern Day Delilah 2 Audio 1984 MCA Records
2 Righteous Anger 10 Audio 1984 MCA Records
3 We're Doing Alright / Desperate Hours 2 Audio 1986 MCA Records
4 Righteous Anger 10 Audio 1984 MCA Records
5 We're Doing Alright 2 Audio 1986 MCA Records
6 Suspicious Heart 10 Audio 1986 MCA Records
7 Righteous Anger 10 Audio 1984 MCA Records
8 Righteous Anger 10 Audio 1984 MCA Records
9 Suspicious Heart 10 Audio 1986 MCA Records
10 We're Doing Alright 4 Audio 1986 MCA Records
11 Suspicious Heart 10 Audio 1986 MCA Records
12 Suspicious Heart 2 Audio 1986 MCA Records
13 Righteous Anger 10 Audio 1984 MCA Records
14 Righteous Anger 10 Audio 1984 MCA Records
15 You've Got A Good Love Coming / Hotter In The Night 2 Audio 1981 Handshake Records And Tapes
16 Suspicious Heart 10 Audio 1986 MCA Records


Van Stephenson (November 4, 1953 - April 8, 2001) was an American singer-songwriter. Stephenson wrote hits for Crystal Gayle, Kenny Rogers, Dan Seals, Janie Fricke, and John Anderson. Partnering with [a=Dave Robbins], Stephenson wrote a string of hits for [a=Restless Heart], and would continue to work with Robbins later in his career. He later became tenor vocalist in the country music band [a=BlackHawk] in the 1990s. Van died of Melanoma in 2001.


Comments about Van Stephenson: