Why See Weezer and Pixies?
Rivers and Frank
Rock music today would have been very different without these two. Pixies proved to be one of the most influential outfits of the late 80s and early 90s, their soft/loud song structures, pyschosexual lyrics and lead singer Frank Black's animalistic howls gained them an obsessive cult following. Weezer arrived in all their fully-formed, geeky rock glory with their 1994 self-titled debut, which contained the now-classic tracks 'Buddy Holly' and 'Say it Ain't So'.
More than two decades later, both bands are still going strong, and they've joined forces for this mammoth US tour. Catch them playing cuts old and new when they play near you soon!
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7 reviews, average rating: (4.4 Stars)
Solid show, have always loved The Pixies. Their newest bass Player I... more
Sleigh Bells opened for Pixies opened for Weezer. I didn't realize Sleigh... more
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