Weezer concert: 11/06/1994
|Weezer concert: 11/06/1994|
|Tour||Blue Album Tour|
|Date||November 6, 1994|
|Supporting acts||Fatima Mansions|
|Debuts||"Friends of P."|
|Press||Rocky Mountain News interview with Matt Sharp - December 8, 1995|
|Weezer live show chronology|
Weezer performed at the Ogden Theater in Denver, CO on November 6, 1994 as part of the Blue Album Tour. The band opened for Live.
This show is notable for being one of only two Weezer concerts to have been performed without Rivers Cuomo. Cuomo got sick and lost his voice on November 4, 1994 and was unable to sing for three days. As a result, Weezer's tourmates Live played without an opening act that night in Seattle, WA as a stop-gap. When Cuomo still wasn't ready to sing the next day, however, Live's management "threatened to find another opener," according to Karl Koch. Pat Wilson, Brian Bell, and Matt Sharp agreed to play without him, performing an acoustic set and somehow dividing up vocal responsibilities. Cuomo's "Catalog of Riffs" archive corroborates this story, noting "Rivers couldn't sing" next to the November 5 date, as well as "Pat & Matt? play accoustic [sic]" by this November 6 date in Denver..
This Denver show was perhaps more notable, as it featured the live debut of "Friends of P.," a song Sharp had only first recorded about a year prior.[Note 1]
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- ↑ Historic event: 11/04/1994
- ↑  Cuomo's Catalog of Riffs notes: "SATURDAY 1994-11-05 Salt Lake City, UT COLISEUM/Rivers couldn't sing SUNDAY 1994-11-06 Denver,CO OGDEN THEATER/Pat & Matt? play accoustic"
- ↑ Rocky Mountain News interview with Matt Sharp - December 8, 1995. Rocky Mountain News. "Rentals Eye Long-Term Lease on Hit Parade". December 8, 1995. Mehle, Michael
- ↑ Recording History - Page 5