Through the early ’80s, guitarist/vocalist Chris Stamey and keyboardist/guitarist/vocalist Peter Holsapple led the dB’s, among the leading jangle-pop bands from the American pop underground. Stamey remaining the group in 1983, but Holsapple led the music group until its last recording, 1987’s The Audio of Music. Four years following the dB’s split up, Holsapple and Stamey reunited to record an recording that is at the vein of their earlier collaborations. Released in 1991, Mavericks — the just recording they ever released like a duo — received great evaluations but didn’t sell well. Following the launch of Mavericks, Stamey came back to his single profession and Holsapple shaped the Continental Drifters along with his wife Susan Cowsill. In 1994, Holsapple re-formed the dB’s as well as the group released Paris Avenue later on in the entire year.