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Rivers Cuomo concert: 09/26/1997

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Rivers Cuomo concert: 09/26/1997
Venue T.T. the Bear's Place
Location Cambridge, MA
Date September 26, 1997[1]
Debuts "Rosemary"
"1,000 Years"
The Prettiest Girl in the Whole Wide World"
"Fun Time"
"American Girls"
Guests Mikey Welsh
Kevin Stevenson
Zeph Courtney
Bootleg Partially circulating
Rivers Cuomo live show chronology
09/26/1997 - Cambridge, MA 10/08/1997 - Boston, MA

Rivers Cuomo performed at the T.T. The Bear's Place in Cambridge, Massachusetts on September 26, 1997 for the release party of the American Measles debut album as part of a short run of Weezer "try-out" shows. Occurring two months into Weezer's post-Pinkerton hiatus, this concert was Cuomo's first live performance alongside future Weezer bassist Mikey Welsh as well as the first known concert to be billed as a solo Rivers Cuomo performance. In addition to Welsh, Cuomo was joined by Kevin Stevenson (of the band The Shods) on guitar and Zeph Courtney (of Chevy Heston and Stompbox) on drums.


No. Title
1. "Rosemary" (live debut)  
2. "1,000 Years" (live debut)  
3. "The Prettiest Girl in the Whole Wide World" (live debut)  
4. "Baby" (live debut)  
5. "Fun Time" (live debut)  
6. "American Girls" (live debut)  
7. "Undone - The Sweater Song"    



See also