1954: Mitch Easter born on Nov. 15 in Winston-Salem, NC.
1976: Mitch joins the band Sneakers (Chris Stamey and Will Rigby).
1978: Photo: Playing drums with Chris Stamey at CBGB, 1978(?)
1980: The Drive-In Studio opens in July. Original price/info sheet
1981: R.E.M.'s "Radio Free Europe" single, produced by Mitch, released on Hib-Tone Records. Mitch also co-produced R.E.M.'s Murmur (1983) and Reckoning (1984).
1982: Photo: With R.E.M. at the 9:30 Club, 1982(?)
1983: Afoot EP (Let's Active) released.
Photo: Outtake from Afoot photo session.
Photo: Let's Active in Chicago with IRS Records' Keith Altomare.
Photo: Mitch & Don Dixon at the Murmur sessions.
Photo: Don Dixon, Mitch, and Shakin' Sherman at the Drive-In.
Photo: Mitch & Don Dixon at the Reckoning sessions.
Photo: Let's Active live at Raleigh Pier.
1984: January 1984: Easter gains music inroad from garage (Canton, OH Repository).
February 1984: Can't Get No Satisfaction: Mitch Easter, the man who has everything, wants more (Record).
February 1984: Trouser Press feature.
Cypress (Let's Active) released. Reviews of Cypress
Photo: Mitch, Scott Miller and Nancy Becker in a studio in Newark, CA, recording Game Theory's Real Nighttime.
Photo: Mitch at the Drive-In.
November 1984: The Little Producer Who Could (Village Voice).
1985: Interview: It's Time For Easter In Rock's New South (Los Angeles Times).
August 1985: Let's Active's Easter Parade; "Backstage" photo with MTV's Martha Quinn (Creem).
1986: Big Plans For Everybody (Let's Active) released. Reviews of Big Plans
Spring 1986: "Looking Back With Don Dixon" (Let's Talk/Let's Active fan club publication).
June 1986: Photo: Mitch at the Manchester International Club, England.
July 1986: Is 1986 the year Let's Active graduates from college radio? Their producer/lead guitarist/songwriter/singer/only member hopes so (Music and Sound Output).
October 1986: I Spoke To Let's Active While In The Deep South (Creem).
Photo: Mitch, Michael Quercio and Scott Miller at CD Studio in San Francisco recording Game Theory's Lolita Nation.
Photo: Mitch and his Flying V acoustic.
1987: January 1987: Fuzzface Julep over ice (Guitar World).
1988: Every Dog Has His Day (Let's Active) released. Reviews of Every Dog
1989: November 1989: Mitch Easter: Kid Patriarch of Pop (Triad Style).
1999: Mitch opens the Fidelitorium.
2007: Mitch Easter releases his new solo album, Dynamico.
Photos taken at the Cat's Cradle CD release show
Photos taken at the Silverlake Lounge, Los Angeles
2008: Photos taken at The Garage, Winston-Salem, NC (Nov. 8, 2008)
Photos taken at City Tap, Pittsboro, NC (Oct. 31, 2008)
2011: Mitch participates in the Big Star Third project, along with Chris Stamey, Mike Mills, and many other musicians. Read a concert review from Mojo (PDF)