Weezer concert: 04/07/1992
|Weezer concert: 04/07/1992|
Flyer designed by Rivers Cuomo
|Tour||Pre-Blue Album club dates|
|Location||West Hollywood, CA|
|Date||April 7, 1992|
|Debuts||"Thief, You've Taken All That Was Me"
"Two to Tango"
"Let's Sew Our Pants Together"
|Bootleg||Recorded, not circulating|
|Weezer live show chronology|
|1.||"Let's Sew Our Pants Together"|
|2.||"I Can't Forget the Way"|
|3.||"Undone - The Sweater Song"|
|5.||"Thief, You've Taken All That Was Me"|
|6.||"Two to Tango"|
|7.||"The World Has Turned and Left Me Here"|
|..this was the 3rd weezer show, and the first of what was to become a number of early acoustic sets. There were a number of clubs that specialized in the acoustic/unplugged vibe, and weezer, desperate to get as many gigs as possible in a horribly competitive environment, honed their acoustic jamming skills early on.
The 8121 club [now called the Crooked Bar], is located underneath the Coconut Teaszer club at 8121 Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood.
- Karl Koch
The band aimed for a stripped down approach for the show. Pat Wilson played a drum kit consisting of only a hi-hat and snare, and used brushes instead of sticks. Rivers Cuomo and Jason Cropper played acoustic guitars, while Matt Sharp "turned his bass way down."