It is indeed Van Stephenson.
I found this information from the website http://www.melodicrock.com/reviews/reviewseurope.html
"VAN STEPHENSON/RIGHTEOUS ANGER, SUSPICIOUS HEART
Righteous Anger 1. Modern Day Delilah 2. I Know Who You Are 3. What The Big Girls Do 4. Don't Do That 5. Others Only Dream 6. Righteous Anger 7. The Cure Will Kill You 8. You've Been Lied To Before 9. Heart Over Mind 10. All American Boy
Suspicious Heart 1. We're Doing Alright 2. Together Tonight 3. Suspicious Heart 4. Never Enough Night 5. Confidentially Yours 6. Desperate Hours 7. Dancing With Danger 8. Fist Full Of Heat 9. Make It Glamorous 10. No Secrets Discography
* Righteous Anger
* Suspicious Heart
* Blackhawk - 2 Albums
R.A: Total Score 80% Production 80% Songs 90% Vibe 85% Attitude 80%
S.H: Total Score 95% Production 90% Songs 95% Vibe 95% Attitude 100%
Van Stephenson has long left the AOR fold for a life in Nashville, TN, singing new country with his band Blackhawk. But his status as a cult AOR figure will always be with us thanks to his two awesome MCA albums from 1984 & 1985.
So much has the demand been for these albums, they have finally been picked up to CD.
They are quite possibly the finest example of ballad rock ever recorded. Providing, of course, you like this style/approach. Both albums are helped along nicely by a backing band, featuring the team responsible for THE finest ever AOR stadium rock album, Giants' 'Time To Burn' - Dann Huff (guitar) and Alan Pasqua (keyboards).
For the record, Van also co-wrote most of Giant's 'Time To Burn', with Dann.
His debut album 'Righteous Anger' came out in '84, and featured the single, the lead in track 'Modern Day Delilah'. Van possesses one hell of a voice, and would give Steve Perry a run for his money any day. This is the rockier of the two albums, with only two ballads between the mix of mid pace tunes and rockers. It is impossible to highlight any track in particular, being that both albums are so strong with material. Van is surely the master AOR songwriter of our time. The second album, released late '85, goes one step further to reach AOR heaven. I am not kidding either. There is not a fault to pick on this album. It sounds as fresh today as it did ten years ago. It is even better produced and features songwriting at it's highest level. 'We're Doing Alright' leads off the album with another classic anthem, the style of which you just don't find anymore. Shame that too! What follows are some of the slickest, smoothest up tempo ballads in AOR, whick lead into a storm home with three consecutive anthems, climaxing with 'No Secrets', the biggest of them all, to complete the album.
Van! Dump that country act and call Dann! If you like Giant's albums, own Fee Waybill's records, love House Of Lords, Journey, Rick Springfield - and don't own these two discs, then I must insist you invest in them immediately. There is no equal."
I can't find the song on YouTube, though.