Gig Seeker Pro


Paris, Île-de-France, France | SELF

Paris, Île-de-France, France | SELF
Band Rock Blues


This band hasn't logged any future gigs

This band hasn't logged any past gigs

This band has not uploaded any videos
This band has not uploaded any videos



This band has no press


7 titles EP:
01 - Far Alone
02 - Emmerdeurs
03 - Déjà morts
04 - Ennui rouge
05 - Jouons à deux
06 - Avalanche
07 - At the back of the van



RED-LEMONS was formed in 2001 in the east of Paris by two brothers, Vincent (guitar) and Adrien Di Bona (vocals and harmonica), Erwan Gourlay (bass) and by Jeremy Norris (drums).

Radiating electric gunpowder, the band explodse into frenetic, red and acid rock.
So, in order to express entertainment in its most litteral meaning, the four members decided to call themselves «RED-LEMONS».

While holding on to the blues roots that it was born from, the band mixes dynamic rock and “measured” psycheledism to create a direct and voluptuously cutting sound.
Haunted by blues, 60s and 70s rock and pub rock, RED-LEMONS is inspired by bands like Free, Dr. Feelgood, The Doors, Noir Désir, Rory Gallagher and Ten Years After.

Stage lovers and hardworkers, the members of the band rapidly managed to play at the Quai du Blues at Neuilly-sur-Seine, at the Jazz festival of Enghien and in private venues where they accompanied U.P. Wilson (a guitarist from Texas who influenced Stevie Ray Vaughan) for several years.
They also played with Boney Fields, Sylvia Howard and Kipori Woods at the Quai du Blues.

Since 2009, they regularly play with Eric McFadden (Eric Burdon, Stockholm Syndrome, George Clinton…) and Paula O’Rourke (Eric McFadden, Eric Burdon…) in California (Yoshi’s, Pappy and Harriets, Joshua Tree Festival), in France (Café de la danse in Paris, Le Plan en ouverture de Taste, Billy Bob’s in Marne-la-vallée) and also in Barcelona.
They record their first E.P. in august 2010 at the Hyde Street Studios and at Robot Recording Studios in San Francisco.
On that occasion, RED-LEMONS performed several times in front of the californian crowd from who they received a warm and enthusiastic welcome, notably when the band opened for Eric McFadden Trio at the Boom Boom Room of San Francisco.

Devoting themselves frenziedly on stage and thanks to real artistic ambitions, RED-LEMONS are always trying to splash the audience with new sensations brought by the crazyness of rock.