Vocalist/songwriter John Thomas Griffith made a name for himself by fronting the hard rock and roll country music group Cowboy Mouth. Collectively since 1990, Griffith and Cowboy Mouth area released seven albums through the entire decade and performed gigs alongside Barenaked Women and Hootie & the Blowfish. Before his period with Cowboy Mouth area, Griffith had currently founded himself as a practiced musician. He was an integral member of Crimson Rockers until 1987; the music group was moderately effective and gained props on MTV making use of their 1983 strike “China.” His single career designed up quickly after Crimson Rockers’ demise in 1987 with Griffith issuing the large, guitar-driven Son of the Engineer a season afterwards. His Cowboy Mouth area responsibilities held him busy before new millennium; nevertheless, Griffith found time and energy to follow-up using a long-awaited sophomore work. Aluminum, regarded Griffith’s most honest function yet, premiered in fall 2001.