List of artists who have sat in with Weezer

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This page attempts to catalogue all artists (musicians, poets, etc.) who have sat in with Weezer.

Artist Collaboration Date Recording/Video (if avail.) Photo (if avail.)
Adam Orth Played bass on "Tragic Girl" to replace an absent Matt Sharp. 1996 Youtube link to released version of the song.
Allison Allport Played harp on with the band on multiple occasions, live and in the studio. 10/22/2009
A second time in 2009
Youtube link to officially released audio of "Rainbow Connection" from Muppets: The Green Album
Anthony Burulcich Played drums live with Weezer to replace an absent Pat Wilson, who was attending to a family emergency. 07/27/2013, 07/25/2013, 08/02/3012 Youtube link to "We Are All On Drugs" from the Las Vegas show, 07/27/2013.
Chamillionaire Rapped an original verse during "Can't Stop Partying" to replace an absent Lil' Wayne, who was in prison at the time. 10/22/2009
Youtube link to Sessions@AOL recording of "Can't Stop Partying."
Josh Freese Perhaps the most prolific guest musician in Weezer's history. Played drums with the band from 2009 through 2011, when Pat Wilson was playing guitar live. Also recorded with the band for Raditude. 2009 - 2011 YouTube link to "Buddy Holly" live in Naeba, Japan.
See also: Raditude
Kenny G Played an original (and purportedly improvised) saxophone solo on "I'm Your Daddy" during the 2009 Sessions@AOL. October 22, 2009 YouTube link to Sessions@AOL video.
Rivers AOL Session Kenny G.jpg
Pat Finn A longtime friend of the band, Finn sat in with the band for "Undone (The Sweater Song)" during a show in Portland, Oregon on the Foozer Tour. October 25, 2005 Not circulating
Ryan Maynes (AKA "Shmedly") Played keyboards during the Album 5 Demos session. 2002 YouTube link to "Prodigy Lover" being recorded in studio, from the Video Capture Device.
Sara Bareilles Sang a duet-version of "(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To" with Rivers Cuomo numerous times, both live and for radio performances. 2009 YouTube link to "(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To" played for a radio session. The audio eventually released on ...Happy Record Store Day!.
Timothy "Speed" Levitch Improvised slam poetry during live performances of "Undone (The Sweater Song)." June 27, 1997
June 6, 2001
YouTube link to "Undone (The Sweater Song)" during a session at Philadelphia radio station Y100.
Levitch with Pat Wilson, 2002.
Scott Riebling Played bass during the "Pink Triangle" single sessions to replace an absent Matt Sharp, who was recording Seven More Minutes. The sessions were not released until 2010's Pinkerton reissue. Spring 1997 YouTube link to "Getting Up and Leaving."