The name “Steven Tollestrup” is a pseudonym created by people from the Sons of Champlin as the songwriting credit on the initial recordings for Capitol Information. Before their association with Capitol, the Sons have been agreed upon to Trident Productions within a administration, publishing, and documenting deal. Trident got licensed their one “Sing Me a Rainbow” to Verve Information for discharge in March 1967. The offer had lapsed since that time, but the submitting agreement evidently was still in place, and if the band’s brand-new tracks had been acknowledged accurately, they could attended under its conditions. As a result, when Capitol released “Jesus can be Arriving,” a promotional one, in Dec 1968, it had been said to have already been compiled by the fictitious “Steven Tollestrup.” The Sons of Champlin’s debut dual record, Loosen Up Normally, followed in Apr 1969, and once again the record cover acknowledged Steven Tollestrup as songwriter on all of the tracks, as the discs themselves transported a different credit: “All choices constructed by B.B. Large.” Actually, all except one of the tracks for the increase LP have been written by business lead singer/organist Expenses Champlin. “Hello Sunshine” was compiled by saxophonist Tim Caine. The group’s second recording, The Sons (that was acknowledged towards the Sons, not really the Sons of Champlin), outlined the songwriters of most songs as “The Sons.” On the third recording (where time that they had reverted towards the name the Sons of Champlin), the tunes were again acknowledged to B.B. Large, with no reference to Steven Tollestrup.