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Gabriel "Gabe" Cuomo (born March 2, 1984) is the half-brother of Rivers Cuomo and son of Frank Cuomo. He grew up in Germany.
|At Gabriel's practice today, dad told me that he had asked God about Gabe's outstanding soccer skill. "Are you involved?" he had asked. "Give me a sign." That same week Gabe's coach told Frank that he thinks Gabe will go pro; no doubt in his mind. Dad turned to me and said, "This is a special family."
I know it," I replied, with the voice of experience.
- Rivers Cuomo, March 6, 1995; The Pinkerton Diaries
According to the liner notes for Alone II: The Home Recordings of Rivers Cuomo, Gabe's appreciation for European house music inspired Rivers Cuomo to write the song "I Don't Want to Let You Go". One of the baby pigs named in the lyrics to the Weezer song "Pig" appears to be named after Gabe.
- ↑ Cuomo, Rivers. "The Catalog O' Riffs" 2002. http://weezerpedia.com/catalogofriffs.html
- ↑ "Gabriel Cuomo" Transfermarkt.us https://www.transfermarkt.us/gabriel-cuomo/profil/spieler/43940