The band are currently on a 30th anniversary UK tour for their 1992 album ‘It’s A Shame About Ray’, which runs for the next two weeks.
On Friday night at London’s Roundhouse, Evan Dando and co. welcomed the Hole vocalist to the stage to perform one of their biggest hits.
Before performing the song, Love praised Dando, saying that he “doesn’t have a bad bone in his body”. Afterwards, the singer posted for selfies with fans.
See the footage of the performance and reaction below.
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The Lemonheads’ current tour, which sees the band perform ‘It’s A Shame About Ray’ in its entirety, will wrap up in Southampton on October 12.
Tickets for the shows are on sale now and can be purchased here. You can view the full list of dates below.
1 – Newcastle, University
2 – Aberdeen, Lemon Tree
3 – Glasgow, QMU
5 – Hull, Welly Club
6 – Leeds, Stylus
7 – Nottingham, Rock City
8 – Manchester, O2 Ritz
10 – Brighton, Chalk
11 – Norwich, Epic
12 – Southampton, The 1865
The two bands played together in April but later that month, Jawbreaker took to social media to announce that The Lemonheads wouldn’t be joining them for their 25th anniversary tour for ‘Dear You’.
“I just want anyone and everyone to know that Jawbreaker are pussies. Fact not my opinion,” Dando said in a tweet at the time before following it up. “Or rather they aren’t the Bruce Springsteen’s of alternative rock that they pretend to be. I’ll meet any of them any time for a fight, let’s go.”