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Weezer concert: 04/29/1993

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Weezer concert: 04/29/1993
Venue The Central (Club Dump) (now defunct)
Location West Hollywood, CA
Date April 29, 1993
Supporting acts That Dog, El Magnifico, Methadone Cocktail, 12 And Counting
Debuts "Jamie"
"If I Fell"
Bootleg Recorded by Karl Koch, partially circulating
Weezer live show chronology
04/22/1993 - Los Angeles, CA 04/29/1993 - West Hollywood, CA 05/10/1993 - Los Angeles, CA

Weezer performed at the Central in West Hollywood, California on April 29, 1993. That Dog and El Magnifico were among the opening acts. Video of the performance of "Lullaby for Wayne" was included on the 2004 DVD Video Capture Device and audio from the "If I Fell" performance was released by Karl Koch as an MP3 on weezer.com around Christmas of 2002.


No. Title
1. "Surf Wax America"    
2. "No One Else"    
3. "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here"    
4. "My Name Is Jonas"    
5. "Jamie" (live debut)  
6. "Say It Ain't So"    
7. "Lullaby for Wayne" ("Lullaby for Pat Finn")  
8. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
9. "If I Fell" (live debut; The Beatles cover)  

Recollection by Pat Finn

4/29/93 club dump. pre brian bell. i was moving away [on 5/1] and everybody was getting cheesy. there was a song called lullaby for wayne but they changed the lyrics to lullaby for pat. jason was screaming "pat finn". it was weird to have a tribute from the people i respected the most. all those club dump and coconut teazer shows were real treats, the first time i ever got drunk was at the coconut teazer. weezer at the teazer! lane staley yelled that out when we handed him a flyer, he [was] a doper. -love, p.

- Pat Finn, alt.music.weezer post, 1997, [2]