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Foo Fighters, Weezer, & More To Headline Shaky Knees 2024

Ready to get your knees moving? Shaky Knees Music Festival has announced its 2024 line-up. Headliners Queens Of The Stone Age, Foo Fighters, Girl In Red, The Offspring, Weezer, Noah Kahan, and more will take the mainstage during the three-day weekend from May 3-5 in Atlanta, GA’s Central Park. Notable acts such as Loveless, Nova Twins, Pool Kids, Microwave, and Sunny Day Real Estate will add a little emo essence to the alt-rock weekend.  Read more: Set It Off Announces The Deathless Tour With Crown The Empire & More With some fests and acts announcing anniversary or album play-through shows,… Read more »


The Weezer Episode

Who doesn’t love Weezer? This week, we’ll dive into their entire catalogue from favorites to deep cuts. Tune in to hear “Holiday”, “Susanne” and more.


It’s a First Person Weezer

It’s an all out WEEZER extravaganza as requested by a loyal fan…

Josh takes you through the WEEZER discography playing his favorite tunes & some you may have never heard…


Hurley offers free Weezer CD at select PacSun stores

Hurley is now offering a very special and a fashion and music collaboration bringing the best of both worlds together.      Available  now through Sunday October 24, 2010 fans can buy any  Weezer Hurley product at selected PacSun stores and get the new Weezer album titled “Hurley” for free! The  collection  available exclusively at select PacSun stores includes limited edition gear such as Weezer inspired men’s and women’s wovens, t-shirts and hoodies. Reaching out directly to their fans, the band will offer unique access, new music and an exclusive line of clothing making for a perfect convergence between artist… Read more »

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