An alternative rock band first famous with breakout hits like "Buddy Holly" and "Undone (The Sweater Song)" off their self-titled debut album (now known as The Blue Album). Weezer's popularity continued with future albums like "Pinkerton" (1996); "The Green Album" (2001); "Maladroit" (2002) and "Make Believe" (2005). Weezer consists of Rivers Cuomo (vocals, guitar); Brian Bell (backing vocals, guitar); Scott Shriner (backing vocals, bass guitar) and Patrick Wilson (drums).
Watch Weezer Redo 'Susanne' at Third Man Records
Weezer are hard at work on their ninth studio album , but the band has enough time to get out and play some gigs...Post-Braves game concert acts announced
Veteran R&B-funk party band Kool & the Gang, teen heartthrob Austin Mahone and classic power-pop-rockers Weezer will entertain Braves fans after a trio of games this season.Weezer: The Complete Guide
From The Blue Album through 'Pinkerton' to the present day... Was it really 20 years ago that Weezer ?s debut album introduced Rivers Cuomo?s band of merry yet melancholy men to the world at large? As old as that makes us feel, yes, it really was ? what?s commonly known as The Blue Album came out in May 1994. Some might say that, since then, Weezer?s has been a catalogue of ever-diminishing ...Weezer Teaser Promises 'Awesome Guitars Happening' on New LP
Weezer are hard at work recording their ninth album and, to prove that progress is being made, they've share another teaser video from the studio...Weezer Release Teaser Video From The Studio Recap
Weezer is letting it be known: the band is back in the recording studio and making new music. Rivers Cuomo and crew have released a new 21-second videoWeezer Gig Moved Indoors Due To Bad Weather
Weezer's gig in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Friday night (28Mar14) has been moved due to bad weather.The rockers were due to perform outdoors in the...Behold Weezer Doing Their Best Song In Jack White's Phone Booth
Yes, "Susanne." The answer to your question is "Susanne." I would disable Kinja if I could, to prevent anyone from even contesting this. Anyways, here we see Weezer (their lineup much scrambled since this tune graced the Mallrats soundtrack in 1995) re-recording it in Jack White's tiny, weird straight-to-vinyl booth in the Nashville headquarters of his Third Man Records. Read more...Watch: Weezer Perform In Jack White's Recording Booth
'Susanne' gets re-worked... Weezer are fond of the occasional zany scheme. After all, this is a band who regularly organise a cruise with fans. So when Jack White invited the band to perform in his antique recording booth, Weezer could hardly refuse. Recording a version of cult B-side 'Susanne', the new rendition was pressed onto a unique seven inch single. Check out clips from the session below ...Weezer Record New Version of "Susanne" at Jack White's Third Man Records
Photo via the band's Instagram Jack White isn't the only one making efficient use of the recording studio at his Third Man Records store. Over the past weekend, Weezer stopped in Nashville to play a pair of dates. While they were there, they found time to hit Third Man and record a version of "Susanne", which originally appeared as the B-side to "Undone (The Sweater Song)". In one video posted ...When Ignoring Your Customers Is The Right Move
This era of unprecedented access to customers has created a conundrum: When should you listen to your customers? And when should you ignore them? My favorite band, Weezer, has a roller-coaster history when it comes to customer feedback. Their first self-titled album was a hit. Their second album, Pinkerton, debuted to [...]
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