was the offspring of just about every notable country-rock band.
, as well as recording a solo record for Asylum and penning tunes for artists like
's supporting cast also came with impressive credentials, including studio stalwart
Although the band, which was meant to be a sort of country-rock version of Crosby, Stills & Nash
, received a great deal of hype and promotion, things never really gelled. Their debut sold reasonably well, but the aptly titled Trouble in Paradise
was poorly received. S-H-F
broke up shortly thereafter with each member going on to solo careers. Souther
released a couple of solo efforts, achieving a minor success with "You're Only Lonely"; Hillman
recorded unsuccessfully for Asylum before teaming with former Byrd
-mates Roger McGuinn
and Gene Clark
in McGuinn, Clark & Hillman
, and then forming the popular country-rock Desert Rose Band
; and Furay
, who became a minister in Colorado, made three Christian-influenced albums, as well as re-joining Poco
for their 20th-anniversary recording.