The band's 1993 debut album "Brother" yielded three rock radio hits ("Peace Pipe", "Bad Thing," and "Too Cold in the Winter") with the band embarking on an extensive year-and-a-half tour.
Lead vocalist Kelly Holland left the band before the recording of the second album and was replaced by Robert Mason.
On December 16, 1997 the band's website announced the "amicable split" and members moving on to work on separate projects.
Last Known Line-up:
Robert Mason: Vocals
Audley Freed: Guitar
Robert Kearns: Bass
Jason Patterson: Drums
Kelly Holland: Vocals