4th of July

This summer I’ve been working on music staff for the Performance team at Camp Ramah in the Berkshires. We put on a killer Independence Day concert and it was broadcast on the local radio station here. You can hear me on kit and backup vocals for the nearly two-hour concert.

Spotify TYKTWD

It’s Take Your Kid to Work Day! And Spotify’s New York offices called up the Lemons to come kick out the jams!IMG_20180426_105152.jpg

Fuzzy Singles Forthcoming

The Fuzzy Lemons are back in the studio laying down a few tracks. Get ready for some hit singles you can listen to with your kids! Or maybe we’ll get really crazy and release an album, you never know…

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Playin’ around with new tunes in the studio!

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LITE FM & iHeartRadio

Elizabeth Chan, the Queen of Christmas, had me join her at a special performance at the Pennsy Theatre at Madison Square Garden. What a pleasure to accompany her with guitar monster John Benthal. Plus I got to strap jingle bells to my leg!

Mario Padrón and Friends!

I knew I had listened to every Roots album and transcribed half of ?uestlove’s grooves and spent hours and hours trying to hone in on his feel and swing for a reason. It was to play RnB and soul with my friend Mario. Sometimes it is by giving ourselves limitations that we become truly creative. With a stage the size of a postage stamp we were limited in space but free to play deep pocket. Everyone in the place was nodding their head with us and the patrons and staff were so appreciative of the sound we were putting out.


12″ hats, 18″ BD, supraphonic snare, and Mario’s feet.

Thanks Mario Evan and Jesante! Let’s do it again soon!

Kaylor and the Tin Cans

I recently joined this beautiful new Americana project led by Kaylor Otwell: Kaylor and the Tin Cans. I guess that makes me a tin can. The band has three qualities I’ve been looking for in a project. First, it’s acoustic. No pesky amplifiers or extension chords, volume knobs or earplugs and it sounds great in a living room. Second, there are lots of harmonies and I can finally stretch out my third-part-singing. Third, I get to play cajon! Now that is an easy schlep. Check out my setup:IMG_20171201_211821.jpg


I just finished up a really fun gig with the Herreras down in Delaware. Besides the perpetual energy of the Herreras’ music, we were poolside and it was a lovely sunny day. So sunny, that I decided my cymbal was put to better use as a shade than an instrument. Little known fact: the sun makes things really hot, especially metal things.IMG_20170610_191500.jpg