It’s times like these when you just have to celebrate any form of live music performance you could be so lucky to witness. Take, for example, Lemonheads frontman Evan Dando’s impromptu performance in a Cape Cod Walgreens (that mask form leaves much to be desired) after an employee informed him that his lost wallet had been turned in to the store.
Dando took to Twitter to ask fellow Cape Cod residents to keep an eye out for his lost notecase. Luckily for Dando, it turned up in a local Walgreens.
I work at Walgreens in Falmouth and your wallet was just turned in to us. I’ll keep it in the office safe until you can get it
— Mike Ghelfi (@GhelfiPC93) February 27, 2021
Dando wasn’t about to let the Walgreens staff go unthanked for the find. He dropped his guitar case next to a rack of chips and let them hear some music. One person recorded a piece of the singer-songwriter performing “Confetti” from the Lemonheads 1992 record It’s A Shame About Ray.
— Mike Ghelfi (@GhelfiPC93) March 1, 2021
Dando formed the Lemonheads in 1986 and played with various lineups until 1997. The band reformed in 2005 with Dando and Descendents members Bill Stevenson and Karl Alvarez.