YOUNG FUN: Lemon Brothers Band playing Old Settlers Days Thursday evening

Staff Writer

The Lemon Brothers Band is continuing their summer tour in Columbia City as part of Old Settlers Days Festival, Thursday at 8 pm on the south Courthouse Square stage.
It’s a free all ages show.

The Lemon Brothers Band is a talented young band from the Terre Haute area.  They are a three piece group: guitar, bass, drums, with harmony vocals. Their show includes a wide variety of well known Country and Classic rock.  "We’ve added a lot of new songs to our set list this year.” says Keith (Drums) age 13. “Our goal is to play a few songs that each person in the audience will love!".  The band's repertoire ranges from Johnny Cash to The Eagles, from Jason Aldean to Aerosmith, from Miranda Lambert to Pink, and of course they play a few from Elvis. Logan (guitar) who is age 15 says that even though the group is young, "our goal is to be a really tight entertaining band. We play really good music from the 50's through popular songs on the radio today – with a lot groove and enthusiasm!" He adds that “Our setlist is kinda like Indiana weather - if the song we’re playing isn’t your favorite, just wait a couple minutes...”

All of the boys have been playing their instruments since age 5, and have been a main act for about four years. They play festivals all over the state including the Indiana State Fair, have opened shows for Tate Stevens and Drew Baldridge, and are playing for the second year in a row at Tootsies in Nashville TN during CMA Fest. Dylan (Bass) age 13 says "Yeah, we are really playing all over this year –The State Fair, Nashville a couple times, and we are excited to be back in Columbia City!”

So come on out for a rockin' good time! June 23 at Old Settlers Festival. - For more information on the band’s schedule visit The Lemon Brothers Band on Facebook, and for more information on the event see