As a result of the band's touring efforts with bands such as Hootie & the Blowfish, over 10,000 copies of Until Now were sold throughout the country.
Sometime along the way, new songs were written, rehearsed, and recorded to create Ingram Hill's first full length album, June's Picture Show. Intended as an independent release, Hollywood Records later re-released the album as part of a new major label deal. Released in February 2004, two tracks from June's Picture Show have become Billboard Adult Contemporary Hits: "Will I Ever Make it Home" and "Almost Perfect”.
In early 2010 Rock Ridge Music signed the band to a label and management deal releasing "Look Your Best". Ingram Hill best describes their vibe as "A feel-good, good time show. The goal is a good, old-fashioned, rock and roll show."