4 walls Falling Reunion 2000 with No Justice, Strike Anywhere, Rain on the Parade, and American Nightmare at in Maryland.
This was probably the hardest show to do, it was hard enough to get 4 walls to agree to do the show but it was even harder to trying to secure a venue. Its funny I get blamed for shutting down this place but all in all I was booking shows there. Thinking back if we all had some how agreed to work together, DC could’ve been one of the stronger consisting areas for shows. I hope the people who do shows now, somehow try to work with others as oppose to make it a competition.
4 Walls Falling were one of those bands who were really important to me. I was never into politics or animal rights. This band made me self conscious of it. in 1995 they had a show in Richmond Va with Inquisition and for some reason there was a ton of fights at it. The singer grabbed the mic and said the band was done. People were fighting the band and each other. It was pretty ridiculous.
They had broken up and did a stint called Joyburner . played 3 shows and well fell off..
I felt like they never got the final send off they deserved. Fast forward to 2000. Taylor Steele had been living up north and we worked it out for them to do a reunion show. 900 kids showed up and it was a huge success. It was def the good bye they needed and wanted.
These photos were taken by my friend Cori.