This Florida, USA-based rock-band had previously plied their trade in the region’s emo scene as the Recess Theory, releasing THEY MIGHT HEAD INTO The Picture in 1999. Using their profession seemingly stalled in the beginning of the brand-new millennium, John Ralston (b. Lake Worthy of, Florida, USA; vocals/electric guitar), Nathan Jezek (electric guitar), Steven Eshelman (bass) and Jeff Snow (drums) followed the Legends Of Rodeo moniker and started pursuing a far more regular rock direction. A significant label contract using the MCA Information associated Bieler Bros. label ensued. Their 2002 debut, ONE THOUSAND Friday Evenings, was a nice assortment of hard-driving root base rock, however the insufficient originality that got bedeviled the Recess Theory was once again apparent as well as the record was greeted with general indifference. The music group members continued touring and documenting, but with MCA encountering restructuring complications they opted to place Legends Of Rodeo on hiatus quickly afterwards. Lead vocalist Ralston released a solo profession in 2004 using the well-received Needle Bed.