Brief Summary of the Last 20+ Years (Or, What Have The Reivers Been Up To Since They Broke Up in 1991?):
All the band members, to some degree, have been involved in music since the band called it quits originally. John Croslin, especially, stayed in the music world as a very prolific producer and engineer and also co-founded a band called Fire Marshals of Bethlehem. Cindy Toth played in a variety of Austin bands, while Kim Longacre and Garrett Williams were only sporadically been involved in music before the Reivers reunited.
The albums "Saturday" and "End of the Day" were remastered and re-released in 2002 with bonus tracks and new liner notes. In February of 2008 the band reunited for 2 sold out shows in Austin and have performed in Austin fairly regularly since. In addition, they added a keyboard player (Eric Friend) and changed their name in August of that year to Right Or Happy. In August of 2012, the name Right Or Happy was retired and they have reverted back to the moniker "The Reivers". They released an album of new songs in January, 2013 titled "Second Story."