After Spooky Tooth
Grosvenor later played with Stealers Wheel and joined Mott the Hoople in the 1970s (replacing Mick Ralphs who left to form Bad Company), adopting the name Ariel Bender. In 2005, he founded The Ariel Bender Band, with which he still occasionally performs.
Kellie later joined The Only Ones in the late 1970s also performing with them in 1980's. The band reformed in 2007.
Ridley became a member of Humble Pie. He died in 2003.
Wright began to develop an international solo career in the 1970s and had a hit with the radio-friendly "Dream Weaver".
Harrison played and recorded with The Hamburg Blues Band and appeared on their CD Touch (2002).
Harrison, Grosvenor, Ridley and Kellie reunited at points in 1997 and 1998, which resulted in an album, Cross Purpose, released in 1999.
In 2004, Harrison, Wright and Kellie were re-united as Spooky Tooth for two concerts in Germany, resulting in a DVD Nomad Poets(2007).
In 2006, Harrison released his first solo album in over thirty years, Late Starter.
In February 2008, the latest incarnation of Spooky Tooth, featuring Harrison, Wright and Kellie along with guitarist Steve Farris from Mr. Mister and Shem von Schroeck (bass), played a series of European dates. On 29 May 2009, this same lineup (with drummer Tom Brechtlein replacing Kellie) played at Island Records' 50th Anniversary at Shepherd's Bush Empire, before touring Germany.
In 2012, Mike Kellie started work on a solo album.
Mike Kellie died on 18 January 2017 after a short illness, and Mike Harrison died on 25 March 2018.