1981 – present (38 years)
- Suzi Ziegler (2014 – present)
Let's Active is an American rock group formed in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in 1981, and often identified with the jangle pop guitar work of the group's frontman and songwriter Mitch Easter. After disbanding in 1990, the group reformed in August 2014 to play a benefit show in North Carolina.
The band originally consisted of Mitch Easter (vocals, guitar), Faye Hunter (bass, vocals) and Sara Romweber (drums). Later members of the band included Angie Carlson (multiple instruments), Eric Marshall (drums), Rob Ladd (drums) and John Heames (bass).
The band released one EP, "Afoot" (1983), and three albums - "Cypress" (1984), "Big Plans for Everybody" (1986) and Every Dog Has His Day (1988) before disbanding in 1990.
Hunter committed suicide on July 21, 2013, in Advance, North Carolina, at the age of 59.
In August 2014, Easter and Romweber reunited Let's Active for a benefit performance for a cancer charity, the Be Loud! Sophie Foundation.
Romweber died of cancer on 5 March 2019.
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