Thursday, August 18, 2011
Weezer interviews with Seattle Gay News
America's favorite geeky rock band has spoken. To us.
Seattle Gay News is pleased to announce an interview with Grammy-winning act Weezer. The Southern California-based group is responsible for some of the coolest, quirkiest singles of the past two decades, including "Buddy Holly", "Hash Pipe", "Pork and Beans", "Undone (The Sweater Song)", and "Beverly Hills".
Weezer - Rivers Cuomo, Brian Bell, Scott Shriner, Pat Wilson - will deliver their "Memories Tour" to Seattle fans tomorrow night, August 19 at WaMu Theater. They'll play the band's first two albums in their entirety back-to-back, and will include a retrospective of their almost 20-year career.
The quartet's drummer Pat Wilson phoned Seattle Gay News this week to discuss a few items, such as the tour and his thoughts on whether gay marriage will ever be legal in his home state of California.
Look for the interview in tomorrow's (August 19) print edition of the Seattle Gay News, or online this weekend at www.sgn.org. For tickets to the WaMu Theater performance, visit www.wamutheater.com.