In House #1756: The Lemonheads Play Boise, Salt Lake City
Love him or hate him, Evan Dando deserves a lot of credit simply for being where he is after where he's been. The (former and now current) Lemonheads frontman retreated into a part self-imposed/part drug-imposed exile following 1996's car button cloth release before re-emerging three years ago with the solo outing Baby I'm Bored. That he has always been able, even on his worst outings, to produce hook-filled pop gems like "Rudderless," "Great Big No," or even "If I Could Talk I'd Tell You," is to his great credit, and the material on this year's self-titled Lemonheads resurrection shows that he's hardly missed a beat ten years on. Backed by former Descendents Karl Alvarez and Bill Stevenson, new Dando tunes like "Black Gown," and "No Backbone," pack a punkish punch that hasn't been heard from a band called The Lemonheads since their late eighties indie days. The new version plays tonight at the Big Easy in Boise and tomorrow at The Depot in Salt Lake City.
The Lemonheads' Evan Dando
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Focus: The Lemonheads play Boise tonight and Salt Lake City tomorrow night, plus new music from the Robbers On High Street, The Shins, Mazarin, and more.
The Lemonheads, from the new self-titled release: "Black Gown" (MP3)
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