Gibb told Entertainment Weekly
his son inspired his decision to write and record country reimaginings of some of his old songs. "[Steven] played me a Chris Stapleton track, and it just destroyed me," he said. "I thought, 'This is where I belong... This is a new era, and I'm no longer that other person. I can now follow what I love the most, which is real songs, country songs, bluegrass songs - I just love 'em."
Once a member of several hard rock and metal bands including 58, Black Label Society, and Crowbar, guitarist Steve Gibb joined his father's band in 2013. He served as co-producer of Greenfields
along with Dave Cobb.