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Randy Stonehill

Randy Stonehill is an American singer/songwriter from San Jose, California.

Stonehill's first album, Born Twice was released in 1971, with financial help from Pat Boone. The album was recorded for a mere $800, and according to Stonehill, it "sounds like every penny of it!"

A year later, Stonehill made his acting debut in The Blob[?] sequel, Son of Blob[?] (also known as Beware! The Blob). Also that year, Stonehill would write "Your Love Broke Through" with Todd Fishkind[?] and Keith Green.

In 1976, Stonehill released the Larry Norman produced Welcome to Paradise, which has become somewhat of a landmark album for the songwriter.

In 2001, Stonehill released a children's record using the name Uncle Stonehill[?], entitled Uncle Stonehill's Hat.

As of 2002, Stonehill continues to record and tour heavily around the world.

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