Origin: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, 🇨🇦
Stonehenge formed in Cape Breton in 1979 with players aged 12 to 16. They played clubs and taverns all over Cape Breton Island.
The band went into the Audio Atlantic Studios in Halifax on June 2, 1981 and over two days produced the single "Endlessly/Coke Avenue " with Pat Martin at the controls. "Endlessly" was a hit on local radio that summer.
The band broke up in the summer of 1983.
Info and Photos Courtesy of Robert Barrie
Robert (Nelson) Barrie: lead vocals
Alan Sutherland: bass, background vocals
Alex Marks: rhythm guitar
Archie Nicholson: drums
Kelly MacDonald: keyboards
Curtis Roper: drums
Jack Johnson: drums
Bruce MacDonald: drums
John MacInnis: guitar
Hugh MacNeil: drums
Greg Black: lead vocals
Lynn Walsh: keyboards, vocals