The Lemonheads

QRO spotlights iconic nineties alt-act The Lemonheads....

QRO spotlights iconic nineties alt-act The Lemonheads.


Name: The Lemonheads

Hometown: Boston, MA

Members: Karl Alvarez (former), Devon Ashley (former), Corey Loog Brennan (former), Nic Dalton (former), Evan Dando, Ben Deily (former), Bill Gibson (former), Juliana Hatfield (former), Patrick Murphy (former), Mark Natola (former), Jessie Peretz (former), Vess Ruhtenberg (former), David Ryan (former), Bill Stevenson (former), John Strohm (former), Doug Trachten (former)

Albums: Hate Your Friends (1997), Creator (1988), Lick (1988), Lovey (1990), It’s a Shame About Ray (1992), Come on Feel the Lemonheads (1993), Car Button Cloth (1996), The Lemonheads (2006), Varshons (2009), Varshons 2 (2019)

The LemonheadsRelated Articles

Live review playing It’s a Shame About Ray at Bowery Ballroom in New York, NY on March 30th, 2008

Photo gallery from Bowery Ballroom

Photo gallery from DCR Hatch Shell in Boston, MA on May 30th, 2009

Review of Varshons

Review as part of CMJ Day Two at Pianos in New York, NY on October 21st, 2009

Photo gallery from Pianos

Featured in “Top 60 Albums of 2009”

Photo gallery from Joe’s Pub in New York, NY on January 30th, 2010

Photo gallery from Mercury Lounge in New York, NY on September 30th, 2010

Live review playing It’s a Shame About Ray at Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY on January 11th, 2012

Photo gallery from Knitting Factory

Live review from City Winery in New York, NY on August 26th, 2016

Photo gallery from City Winery

Review of Varshons 2

Live review from Music Farm in Charleston, SC on June 8th, 2009

Photo gallery from Music Farm

Interview with Evan Dando

Live review from Terminal West in Atlanta, GA on November 7th, 2021

Photo gallery from Terminal West

Review as part of SXSW Saturday at Stubb’s in Austin, TX on March 17th, 2022

Photo gallery from Stubb’s

Review of It’s a Shame About Ray 30th anniversary edition

Tour dates:

11.17 Lititz, PA Mickey’s Black Box
11.18 Toronto, ON Phoenix Theatre
11.19 Cleveland, OH Grog Shop
11.20 Bloomington, IN The Castle Theater
11.21 Omaha, NE The Waiting Room
11.23 Billings, MT Pub Station
11.25 Seattle, WA Showbox
11.26 Portland, OR Revolution Hall
11.28 San Francisco, CA Great American Music Hall
11.29 Sacramento, CA Harlow’s
12.1 San Diego, CA House Of Blues
12.2 Santa Ana, CA Observatory
12.3 Las Vegas, NV House Of Blues
12.4 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex
12.5 Denver, CO Bluebird Theatre
12.7 Kansas City, MO Madrid Theatre
12.9 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
12.10 Chicago, IL Metro
12.11 Detroit, MI Saint Andrew’s Hall
12.12 Washington, D.C. 9.30 Club
12.14 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer
12.15 New York, NY Le Poisson Rouge
12.16 New Jersey, NJ White Eagle Hall
12.17 Boston, MA Paradise
11.18 w/ Rusty, The Nils
11.25 – 12.9 w/ Bass Drum Of Death
11.25 – 12.17 w/ On Being An Angel
12.9 – 12.17 w/ Juliana Hatfield


The Lemonheads playing “Rudderless” at Bowery Ballroom:


The Lemonheads playing “Frank Mills” at Bowery Ballroom:


The Lemonheads playing “Down About It” at Bowery Ballroom:


Evan Dando playing “My Drug Buddy” at Pianos:


Evan Dando playing “Rudderless” at Pianos:


Evan Dando playing “Confetti” at Pianos:


Evan Dando playing “It’s a Shame About Ray” at Pianos:


Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield playing “Butterflies” live at Mercury Lounge:


Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield covering Teenage Fanclub’s “Cells” live at Mercury Lounge:


Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield playing “What Is Wrong” live at Mercury Lounge:


Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield playing “Tourist” live at Mercury Lounge:


Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield playing “It’s About Time” live at Mercury Lounge:


Evan Dando & Juliana Hatfield playing “Evan” live at Mercury Lounge:

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