Between Dreams was formed in Maine in 1990 by David Shorey and Jeff Bacon. Between 1990-1995 they released two albums entitled Victim's of Joanne and Shiver both recorded in Boston by CBS/Epic Record's recording artist Dave Martin from the band O-Positive. The 1995 album Shiver was produced by Dave Martin and was the first recording project by the chain record store/music label Bull Moose Music. Between Dreams have performed over 200 shows including the Paradise Rock Club in Boston and even the world famous CBGB's rock club in New York City. Between Dreams were the featured band for the Sugarloaf Mountain Ski Resort and their 1994-1995 and 1995-1996 advertising campaign including radio and TV ads that played over 1000 times in New England and beyond. Between Dreams music was featured in the Diamond Star Production's Film 'What About Me' in 2002. Noted as 'Portland Maine's Best Band' in the Casco Bay Weekly, 1995. Other band members include Mike Sprague, Jim McAllister, Shaun Reehl, Brian Bernier and Doug Cowan.