August 27, 1993 - Jon Rothman flyer. This was the first time I saw Freemasonry. Liquid Bean was a 24 hour coffee shop on Ponce De Leon on the corner by where Beep Beep Gallery sits today. It was a really fun place to play, and even hosted some national acts, such as Nuisance and Monsula, but I think Monsula never showed up.
June 3, 1994 - This was a big show. Probably the largest show Car Vs. Driver had played so far at the Somber Reptile. Act of Faith were always nice to include us on their shows, even though we were not in the same style of hardcore, but they were inclusive like that.
June 23, 1994 - The first show of our first tour. Amazing show, very hot, bad vibes (Jon punched Steve in the face a few hours before). This venue was right next door to the stairs where the priest fell down in the Exorcist. Both Angel Hair and Current were so awesome, we felt like little kids playing on the same show with them.
September 24, 1994 - First appearance by Levelhead on the Car Vs. Driver flyer archive. Great band. I'll post their single sometime.
November 18, 1994 - Worst flyer ever. Blame Auburn for this flyer, Atlanta had nothing to do with it. Deterrent were two guys and a drum machine that was unlistenable. Nice guys, unlistenable music.
March 23, 1995 - The start of a short East coast tour with Scout. I remember the guys in Barrel showed up to this show, as they were recording their album with J. Robbins. The album never came out, but you can download it here.
March 25, 2005 - On tour with Scout, playing in State College, PA. Great show, another one I have some video which I hope to post someday. This might have been my favorite Scout show, as they would get really tight on tour and kill it.
June 11, 1995 - This was a festival in Detroit. Hal al Shedad played first, Car Vs. Driver played last. Carbomb was amazing at this show, Jihad was amazing, Boy's Life were amazing, Spirit Assembly was always amazing, Rye Coalition didn't show up. This bummed Ed and Ben out in hal, as they were huge Rye fans at the time.
July 7, 1995 - Our first show with The Crownhate Ruin. Vin was one of the best drummers I have ever seen. You should check out some of their footage here. And here. We slept on top of the van that night, as it was so hot inside the van and the house we were supposed to stay at was a disease-ridden dump. The guys in Crownhate Ruin slept in their van as well, which incidentally was the old Hoover van, as immortalized in the Lurid Transversal of Route 7 album.