Earlier this week, Lemonheads frontman Evan Dando took to Twitter, calling out Jawbreaker for firing the alt-rock outfit due to COVID-19 violations. The groups were slated to perform an upcoming regional U.S. tour together. Jawbreaker announced that the Lemonheads wouldn’t be joining them on their 25th-anniversary tour for Dear You...
Click here to read the full article. Evan Dando is an outdoors type after all. The Lemonheads singer has belatedly responded to Jawbreaker jettisoning his band from the lineup for a run of national dates in April, and he’s in a jawbreaker mood of his own. “I just want anyone anyone and everyone to know that Jawbreaker are p—ies. Fact not my opinion,” he tweeted Thursday (May 5). “Or rather they aren’t the Bruce Springsteen’s of alternative rock that they pretend to be,” he added. “I’ll meet any of them any time for a Fight let’s go.” I just want anyone anyone and...
Evan Dando has hit out at “pussies” Jawbreaker for firing The Lemonheads from tour over COVID violations. The two bands played together in April but later that month, Jawbreaker took to social media to announce that The Lemonheads wouldn’t be joining them for their 25th anniversary tour for ‘Dear You’.
——— ALISSA BENNETT: Do dreams come true? Does The Secret actually work? Is it possible that sometimes, our deepest longings manage to tap into the chaotic static of the universe and generate perfect order out of the sloppy laundry pile of our lives? We don’t know! Naomi and I didn’t make a mood board or chant a mantra or participate in creative visualization to secure our interview with Evan Dando. We didn’t even write a proper pitch or send evidence of our journalistic integrity. Instead, we asked 700 times in 700 different ways and decided that we wouldn’t accept no for an answer.
Evan Dando recently performed in a New York pharmacy. Don’t worry though, times aren’t that tough for the Lemonheads frontperson, he was just saying thank you staff for finding his lost wallet. Last month, Dando announced on Twitter that he’d lost said wallet. “I dropped my wallet with my driver’s...
Evan Dando of The Lemonheads recently lost his wallet and after it was handed in at a local supermarket he returned to give a free in-store performance. Last month, the singer-songwriter took to Twitter to ask for help in finding his wallet which he misplaced somewhere in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
The Lemonheads’ Evan Dando performed a short set in a Cape Cod Walgreens after the location found his lost wallet. After Dando misplaced his wallet on February 27th, he did what any Gen X rock icon with a devoted local following would do: he pleaded for help on Twitter. “I dropped my wallet with my drivers license and two debit cards in it,” he wrote. “I was walking from the mariner hotel to the palmer lot…. please have a look if you are on them streets.” At the height of his desperation, he even resorted to the caps-lock bittpm, typing, “HOTEL MAIN STREET FALMOUTH TO THE PALMER LOT.”
Evan Dando of the Lemonheads, the Boston-based 1990s alt-rock band famous for songs such as “Into your Arms,” “It’s a Shame about Ray” and a cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson,” lost his wallet in Falmouth last weekend. When it was turned in at the Main Street Walgreens, Mr. Dando said thank you by playing an acoustic version of one of the band’s hits, “Confetti.”
The dream of the ’90s is alive — in a Falmouth Walgreens. Evan Dando of the Lemonheads, the Boston band behind early ’90s alt-rock staples like “Into Your Arms,” “It’s a Shame About Ray,” and that spirited cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson,” lost his wallet this weekend. So he did what anyone with a sizeable audience of people nostalgic for the indie scenes of yore would do: He asked Twitter for help.
It all began with a lost wallet. Evan Dando, frontman of the alt-rock band Lemonheads and a Massachusetts-native, posted Saturday on Twitter: "I dropped my wallet with my drivers license and two debit cards in it. i was walking from the mariner hotel to the palmer lot" - referring to the Mariner Hotel in Falmouth.
Even rock stars aren’t immune from the annoying stress of losing a wallet, as Lemonheads’ singer Evan Dando proved when he took to social media on Feb. 27 to post “I dropped my wallet with my driver’s license and two debit cards in it.”. The singer-songwriter was in Cape Cod,...
Evan Dando lost his wallet last week. Obviously, this greatly concerned the longtime Lemonheads leader, so he loaded up the Twitter account he had barely used since last summer to recruit a search party. “I dropped my wallet with my drivers license and two debit cards in it . i was walking from the mariner hotel to the palmer lot,” he wrote in one of multiple pleas to his fellow Cape Cod residents. “please have a look if you are on them streets.” This proved to be a fruitful strategy: “I work at Walgreens in Falmouth and your wallet was just turned in to us,” wrote Twitter user Mike Ghelfi. “I’ll keep it in the office safe until you can get it.”
“My Drug Buddy” became “My Drugstore Buddy” this week as Evan Dando rewarded a Cape Cod Walgreens with an impromptu performance of “Confetti” — right near the office supplies and a big display of Utz potato chips. The Lemonheads frontman played the It’s A Shame About Ray song in the...
It’s hard to find uplifting stories these days, but sometimes you need a reminder that there are still a lot of good people in the world. And this one involves a familiar name!. Lemonheads singer Evan Dando was in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, when he posted on Twitter that he “dropped...