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Weezer concert: 08/16/1992

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Weezer concert: 08/16/1992
Tour Weezer tour: 08/1992
Location Guerneville, CA
Date August 16, 1992
Headliner The Brotherhood Groove Grand Junction
Bootleg Recorded by Karl Koch, partially released
Weezer live show chronology
08/15/1992 - Eureka, CA 08/16/1992 - Guerneville, CA 08/20/1992 - West Hollywood, CA

Weezer performed at an "outdoor party" in Guerneville, CA on August 16, 1992. This was the third and final show of their first out-of-town tour. This show was the impetus for the tour in the first place, as Jason Cropper's former band The Brotherhood Groove Grand Junction invited him to open for them.

Set list

No. Title
1. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    
2. "Let's Sew Our Pants Together"    
3. "My Name Is Jonas"    
4. "Say It Ain't So"    
5. "The World Has Turned and Left Me Here"    
6. "Only in Dreams"    
7. "Paperface"    
8. "The Answer Man"    

Overview

See Historic event: 08/16/1992

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This was the last gig of the mini-tour, the gig that was originally offered to weezer via Jasons old bandmate in The Brotherhood Groove Grand Junction, who were the headliners. This was a huge outdoor hippie love conga drums volleyball barbeque redwood trees hemp festival party, thrown by whoever owned the extensive property nestled amongst the giant redwoods of crunchy Guerneville. Pat Finn drove up to attend, as did various other friends of the band who happened to be in California visiting. All in all it was fun and weird, like all memorable events.


- Karl Koch


Video

Koch filmed much of the band's performances on this tour, and many years later released a video of "My Name is Jonas" on the Video Capture Device.


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Some of the earliest known footage of the band in action. Rough around the edges, but at a backwoods hippie love fest part in Guerneville, CA, who cared? Mixed in is some footage from a show the day before in Eureka.


- Karl Koch, Video Capture Device booklet, 2004


See also