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Video: Rivers Cuomo Gets On Stage In L.A. To Perform Weezer 'Pinkerton' Track With Real Estate
Get ready to feel nostalgic. Brooklyn indie rockers Real Estate had a special guest on stage at the Belasco Theater downtown on Tuesday night—and that special guest was Weezer's Rivers Cuomo.
Cuomo joined the band, who were at the venue as part of Red Bull Sound Select's " 30 Days In L.A. ," and performed with them "No Other One" off of his seminal 1996 Pinkerton album.
It's a fitting match since Real Estate's been doing Weezer covers, including this "Say It Ain't So" one at the 17-minute mark of this video:
Weezer has been making their rounds through SoCal lately. The geek rock band that some of us spent a good chunk of the '90s listening to performed their own headlining shows at the Belasco Theater and Pomona's Glass house earlier this month.
[h/t: Revolt ]
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