Created in Amarillo, TX, vocalist/songwriter John High had his 1st taste of achievement in Nashville because the business lead vocalist for Lonestar. He still left the music group amid some turmoil following the discharge of its second record, and headed in to the studio to produce a record of his very own. The resulting Within the Same Moon — which highlighted collaborations with Sara Evans, the Fairfield Four, and Delbert McClinton, in addition to his upcoming songwriting partner from Big & Full, Kenny Alphin (aka Big Kenny) — was completed and however shelved in 1998. On the other hand, Big Kenny acquired recorded his very own solo record, Live just a little, only to view it suffer exactly the same destiny as Within the Same Moon. Without solo album to aid, both songwriters funneled their energies into Big & Full, which became a favorite country duo through the 2000s. Years afterwards, Rich’s achievement with Alphin restored curiosity about his solo record, prompting BNA Information to officially discharge Within the Same Moon in March of 2006. Full spent the next calendar year hosting his very own reality Television show, Gone Nation, and touring to get Big & Rich’s third studio room album. On the other hand, he found time and energy to additional his solo profession using the the reserved Kid of the Preacher Guy, which proclaimed his second single record upon its discharge in early 2009. After obtaining that album away from his system, Full released the one “Nation Done Get to Town” being a precursor towards the harder-edged, party-down audio of of his 2010 full-length, Full Rocks, which even more fully recalls the first times of Big & Full.