Playing together as users of varied early-’80s Cleveland rings, guitarist Jay Joyce and bass player Emma Grandillo made a decision to try their submit Nashville, moving towards the Music City in 1983. A 7″ EP self-released with the pair such as Pursuit was badly received, but their concert events were starting to draw in a following. An opportunity ending up in drummer Jeff Boggs, a Pittsburgh indigenous who had used Joyce and Grandillo sometimes in the Northeast, resulted in Boggs signing up for the music group. In Quest became the initial act agreed upon to MTM Information, a label began by the effective television-production company called for Mary Tyler Moore by her (after that) husband Offer Tinker. In Pursuit’s When Darkness Falls, a five-song EP, premiered in 1985, accompanied by a full-length record, Position in Your Darkness, in 1986. After travels with Mr. Mister and Starship, In Quest split up when MTM was bought and turn off by British traders. Grandillo pursued a single career being a performer and songwriter, putting music with Garth Brooks, amongst others. Jay Joyce produced Bedlam in 1990 with Questionnaires associates Doug Lancio and Chris Feinstein, afterwards signing up for with Feinstein to create the indie rock-band Iodine. Through the ’90s, Joyce became a sought-after guitarist, using famous brands Iggy Pop as well as the Wallflowers. Being a manufacturer, Joyce spent some time working with Patty Griffin, John Hiatt, and Tim Finn.