Lemonheads to play Bijou in March

Knoxville's historic Bijou Theatre.

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Knoxville's historic Bijou Theatre.

Bijou Theatre

Downtown - Knoxville



803 S. Gay Street


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A.C. Entertainment has just announced that the Lemonheads will bop into Knoxville in March to perform the band's 1992 album "It's a Shame About Ray" in its entirety at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 3 at the Bijou Theatre, 803 S. Gay St.

According to the Bijou website:

"THE LEMONHEADS announce an extensive U.S. tour for later this fall where the Evan Dando-led three piece will be performing their classic 1992 album, IT'S A SHAME ABOUT RAY, from beginning to end. Joining Dando on this tour will be guitarist Josh Lattanzi (The Candles) and drummer Brian Nolan (American Hi-Fi), along with support from San Diego's The Shining Twins opening all dates. "It's A Shame About Ray" was released in 1992 and was The Lemonheads' second album for Atlantic Records. The album featured the trio of Evan Dando (guitar, vocals), David Ryan (drums) and Juliana Hatfield (bass, backing vocals) breezing through 12 songs in just under 30 minutes, including the title track, 'My Drug Buddy,' 'The Turnpike Down' and the cultural touchstone, 'Alison's Starting To Happen.' "

Tickets for the performance are $17.50 plus service fees

Visit www.thelemonheads.net for more information.

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Comments » 1

Digger writes:

I love that album. Brings back a ton of memories from the early 90's.

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