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Evan Dando of the Lemonheads Performs Live at Walgreens After Employees Find His Wallet

Evan Dando gave an impromptu performance to Walgreens employees after they returned his lost wallet. The Lemonheads frontman was so thankful the wallet was found. “I dropped my wallet with my driver’s license and two debit cards in it,” he told Twitter. “I was walking from the Mariner Hotel to the Palmer Lot. Please have a look if you are on them streets.”
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Lemonheads' Evan Dando Gives Thank-You Performance

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.”
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The Lemonheads Frontman Evan Dando Thanks Walgreens Staff Who Found His Wallet With an Impromptu Concert

Evan Dando from The Lemonheads treated Walgreens staff from Falmouth, Massachusetts to an unplugged version of “Confetti” after they found his lost wallet. The missing wallet caper began on Twitter when Dando tweeted that he lost his wallet on Cape Cod. “I dropped my wallet with my drivers license and two debit cards in it,” he shared in late Feb. “I was walking from the Mariner hotel to the Palmer lot.” Dando lives on Martha’s Vineyard and the hotel and parking lot are located near the ferry to the island in Woods Hole.
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Lemonheads' Evan Dando surprise performance at Walgreens in Falmouth

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.
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Evan Dando Serenades Cape Cod Walgreens That Found His Wallet

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.”
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Evan Dando of the Lemonheads sings to staff of Falmouth Walgreens that returned his wallet

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.
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VIDEO: Watch Lemonheads’ Evan Dando thank Walgreens employees with a song!

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...