This line-up included Michael Clarke, Skip Battin, Carlos Bernal, Jerry Sorn and Terry Jones Rogers. John York replaced Bernal on the 2nd half of a national tour, but departed after only a few months, flying home to be with his expectant wife. At this point, Skip Battin stepped up to the bass position, as he did in his former stint with The Byrds. This 4 piece line-up of Michael Clarke, Skip Battin, Jerry Sorn and Terry Jones Rogers then embarked on their first extensive tour of Europe, as The Byrds featuring Michael Clarke. This line-up continued to tour until Michael Clarke's untimely death, in December of 1993.
In early 1994, Terry Jones Rogers and Skip Battin formed The Byrds Celebration, along with newcomer Scott Nienhaus, who had been introduced to Rogers by their mutual friend Supe Granda of The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, and Ron Gremp, also a member of The Daredevils.
When Gremp returned to his gig with The Daredevils, Gene Parsons agreed to reunite with his old "Byrds' mate Skip Battin, and The Byrds Celebration embarked on their first European Tour in 1994.