In 1991, they released Singing to the Moon, a stylistically varied album featuring forays into blues and reggae. By the mid-'90s, Denman had left the band as a touring member; though he would continue to contribute songs to the outfit. Replacing him was guitarist Garry Castleman and saxophonist Paul Mumford, who both appeared on 1994's Aces and Eights.
Although the band's recorded output slowed down over the next decade, they toured regularly. Mumford eventually parted ways with the group and in 2005, the band returned with Adventures of the Long Tall Texans. Castleman then ceded his position to guitarist Matt Windler and in 2014, the group delivered its seventh studio album, Devil Made Us Do It. ~ Matt Collar, Rovi