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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. The band was signed to I. In a interview, Hunter said, "It's embarrassing for people to ask you what the name of your group is and you don't want to say it out loud", and noted that the band had been erroneously billed by promoters as "Let's Dance" and "Les Active". Let's Active. Records artists. The subsequent tour featured a cohesive lineup of Easter, Carlson, Marshall and Heames. Be Loud! She was vital to the influential Winston-Salem pop band".

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  • The dB's Repercussion Let's Active Reunion Show

  • In AugustEaster and Sara Romweber reunited Let's Active for a benefit performance for a cancer charity, the Be Loud!. Let's Active will reunite on stage in Carrboro, N.C., for the first time in 24 years tonight at a teenage cancer benefit, with bandleader and R.E.M.

    Last weekend, '80s jangle-pop favorites Let's Active reunited on stage in Carrboro, N.C., for the first time in 24 years, performing an song set.
    Let's Active was formed in by Mitch Eastera guitarist and songwriter best known as a record producerwith Faye Hunter on bass.

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    Be Loud! Records artists. But they couldn't get dogs, so instead they got these puppies, which changed the vibe considerably — and changed the worldview of our band for all eternity, because these puppies were just so adorable". According to Easter, the cheaply made "econo-video" was based on the band's concept of having dogs running through the set, "which would make it chaos.

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    Easter, meanwhile, concentrated on his production career, and rarely performed or recorded his own music throughout the s, although he did join Velvet Crush as a touring guitarist for a time in the mid s.

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    The group released the full-length Cypress in She was vital to the influential Winston-Salem pop band".

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    Let's Active. The Sunday Register. Monmouth Magazine, p. His first solo album, Dynamicowas released in Dennis Ambrose played bass at the beginning of the group's tour, with the lineup of Easter, Carlson and Marshall.

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    For a long time, Mitch Easter himself didn't believe it would. THANKS to Rob M., who posted this and many others from the show.

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    Original Let's Active members Mitch Easter and Sara Romweber (drums). R.I.P.

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    Let's Active Drummer Sara Romweber. She was 55 Inshe helped Easter stage a Let's Active reunion during a benefit show.
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    According to Easter, the cheaply made "econo-video" was based on the band's concept of having dogs running through the set, "which would make it chaos. The subsequent tour featured a cohesive lineup of Easter, Carlson, Marshall and Heames.

    Wilfully Obscure Let's Active Demos

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    The group released the full-length Cypress in Retrieved March 12, The subsequent tour featured a cohesive lineup of Easter, Carlson, Marshall and Heames. However, the band was kept alive by Easter, who played as Let's Active with Hunter and two members of The WindbreakersJay Peck drums and Tim Lee keyboardsuntil a new permanent lineup was established.

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    Sara Romweber died of a brain tumor on March 4,at the age of

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