We have returned to the rugged Western plains and mountains of Canada to do our part to supply rock and roll to the needy peoples. They have developed an excellent way for bands to do this out here in Alberta, namely the XFest. The XFest is an annual 2 day multiband music extravaganza that's held on the historic grounds of Fort Calgary. This year we are teamed up with Awolnation, Mother Mother, Passion Pit and Blink 182, though another group of bands plays here…Continue
Going to the mailbox can be a tedious task of our daily routines - but you can spice it up and be more organized! A lot of junk comes in the mail, that's a fact of life. Many useful offers and necessary reads are delivered to us in the mail, like our bills. Truly, there's no way for me proclaim the joy of paying bills. Here's a list of ways to make your daily mail check a tad bit more interesting...
1) personalized letter opener. I got a miniature sword while I was in Quebec…Continue
Added by Jesse Huber on August 30, 2013 at 7:54pm — No Comments
Well, here we are back in sunny SoCal, returning to the Del Mar Racetrack and Fairgrounds for the 3rd time, which, as they say, is usually the charm. Our first 2 shows here were pretty epic affairs, with unbelievably huge crowds who went bananas, as well as a band going bananas too of course. We think we can go for the three-peat tonight.
As ever, anyone traveling down from LA or other points north is strongly advised to allow for some extra time to get…
We just restocked the weezer online with a bunch of new designs! Check 'em out here …Continue
photo courtesy Doyoung Oh
Today (Friday Aug 2, which it already is over there), Weezer plays the Jisan World Rock Festival in a huge forested ski resort about an hour outside of Seoul. The 3 day festival has a ton of cool bands playing including our old '96 USA tour mates Placebo, and legendary rapper Nas. Oh, and Jamiroquai too. We are playing the first night, headlining the main stage to get the…Continue
Added by karl koch [karlophone] on August 1, 2013 at 11:00pm — No Comments