The tour kicks off on January 25 in Las Vegas, followed by a three show run with special guest Charlie Hitchcock sitting in. Hitchcock, formerly of Particle, will join Green Lemon in Los Angeles, San Diego and in Tucson, AZ for the Tucson Gem & Jam Show. The tour will then sweep through the ski resort towns of Colorado including a joint show in Breckenridge with Blu Sirkut. Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi will all be juiced as the band heads to their strongholds in the southeast before turning north towards the upper Midwest.
Green Lemon blends progressive rock, reggae, electronica and on-the-spot jam improvisation to create the unique sound that is attracting an exploding fan base across the nation. The band members draw inspiration from a wide variety of musical genres. While guitarist Steve Schaben studied jazz in college, his fellow guitarist, Wayne Allen, prefers the sound of Irish rockers U2. Keyboardist Jon Cordero and bassist Jesse Fioravanti listen to indie rock, but drummer Chris Cox enjoys reggae and Maroon 5. Add four songwriters within the group to this diversity of musical tastes and you’ve got a recipe for auditory bliss. By merging pumping electronica beats with smooth reggae melodies, soaring vocals and some shredding guitar solos, Green Lemon inspired Relix magazine to declare that they “could very well lead the next generation of jambands.”
Green Lemon Winter Tour Dates:
01.25.07 | Moondoggies West | Las Vegas NV
01.26.07 | Oak Creek Brewery | Sedona AZ
01.31.07 | Coconuts | Capistrano Beach CA
02.01.07 | Club Fais Do Do | Los Angeles CA*
02.02.07 | Winston’s | San Diego CA*
02.03.07 | 3RD ANNUAL GEM JAM | Tucson AZ*
02.06.07 | Sherpa & Yeti’s | Breckenridge CO**
02.07.07 | Timber’s | Gunnison CO
02.08.07 | The Eldo | Crested Butte CO
02.09.07 | Quixote’s True Blue | Denver CO
02.10.07 | Rumpus Room | Edwards CO
02.16.07 | Mojo’s | Columbia MO
02.17.07 | Max’s Garage | Muskogee OK
02.21.07 | Club Da Da | Dallas TX
02.22.07 | Stubb’s | Austin TX
02.23.07 | Luna’s | Lake Charles LA
02.24.07 | Martin’s | Jackson MS
02.27.07 | Rick’s Café Americain | Starkville MS
02.28.07 | Two Stick | Oxford MS
03.01.07 | Supper Club | Auburn AL
03.02.07 | Base Camp | Birmingham AL
03.03.07 | The Bottling Company | Hattiesburg MS
03.08.07 | University of Miami | Coral Gables FL
03.08.07 | Tobacco Road | Miami FL
03.09.07 | Scrap Bar | Miami Beach FL
03.10.07 | Beachside Tavern | New Smyrna Beach FL
03.14.07 | The Garage | St. Petersburg FL
03.15.07 | The Garage | St. Petersburg FL
03.16.07 | Big Daddy’s | Tallahassee FL
03.17.07 | Santa Maria | Saint Augustine FL
03.22.07 | Wiseguy’s | Statesboro GA
03.23.07 | The Pour House | Charleston SC
03.24.07 | Club 29 | Decatur GA
03.28.07 | The Lighthouse | Elon NC
03.29.07 | The Soapbox | Wilmington NC
03.31.07 | Headliners | Columbia SC
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