American country music group formed in 1998 by Michael Reynolds, brothers Michael and Chad Jeffers, and former Pure Prairie League member Rick Schell. Their first album, Speak No Evil, was released independently in 2002. Later that same year, they signed to BNA Records and released their self-titled album. It produced the singles "Barbed Wire and Roses" and "I Drove All Night", both of which charted on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts. The band later released a cover of Robbie Fulks' "Let's Kill Saturday Night", but it failed to reach Top 40. They were nominated for an American Country Music award and appeared on the broadcast to present an award in Las Vegas.