Perhaps one of the most promising groupings in NORTH PARK, through the early-1990s, Dryve was in the verge of country wide success when it all disbanded in 1998. Their self-produced debut record, Hum, released in November 1994, included the champion of the NORTH PARK Songwriters’ Guild competition, “Content Tune”, and was nominated for “greatest rock record” on the NORTH PARK Music Honours. Their initial nationally released record, Thrifty Mr. Kickstar, which received a NORTH PARK Music Prize as “greatest adult alternative record of 1997”, included the faculty radio hit one, “Anxious”. They toured with the decision, later exactly the same season. Dryve symbolized the conference of two duos — one offering guitarists/vocalists Paul Donovan and Cory Verner as well as the various other, business lead guitarist Steve Pratschner and drummer Keith Andrew. Soon after getting produced, in 1993, the group was extended by adding Pratschner’s brothers, David, on accordion and body organ, and Michael on bass.