The Black Lemons’ fans say they sound like, The Beatles, Tom Petty, David Bowie, Elvis Costello, The Tubes, The Pixies, Steely Dan, ELO… The ’70s and ’80s influences are clear, but the magic is in how all of these references come together to create The Black Lemons’ sound. Songwriter/bass player Stephen Simon says, “Write it and record it like David Bowie. Play it live like Iggy Pop.”
Stephen, and guitarist, Jay Lawrence, shuffled instruments and players, until they picked up Philadelphia native Scot Sax on drums. Scot is a successful musician in his own right, with two major label deals, and a Grammy for song writing. Stephen jumped over to bass, and, voilà, The Black Lemons.

Come see us play.
​It’s more fun when you’re there.

March 25th, 8:30
​with Arts Fishing Club
​and Kristoff Waltz
Mad Donnas’s Loft
1313 Woodland Street
Nashville, TN 37206

April 12th, 9:30
The Family Wash/Garage Coffee
626A Main Street
Nashville, TN 37206

May 7th, 9:45
Part of the International Pop Overthrow
The End
2219 Elliston Place
Nashville, TN 37203

May 28th, 8:30
Mad Donnas’s Loft
1313 Woodland Street
Nashville, TN 37206

May 30th
Part of 8 on 8th
​No Cover
Mercy Lounge
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN. 37203

 

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