"I'm Not Your Man" shows the bar band in fine form, and was a solid choice as the first single off Rumble (the aforementioned 1988 debut LP). Interestingly, while the song picked up a significant amount of radio airplay at the time, the single only reached #74 on the charts. "If We Never Meet Again" somehow managed to reach #48 on the singles chart with less airplay.
Rumble did not break to top 100 on the album charts, and when the act's 1990 Guitar Trouble LP didn't chart, that was it for the band. [Tommy Conwell & The Young Rumblers actually recorded a third album, but Columbia Records chose not to release it; it has been made available in recent years.]
Conwell remained in the industry for years but was unable to break through and eventually moved on. However, he continued to periodically perform reunion shows to the present day.