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HOOTENANNY 2008

Weezer

Year: 2017

Runtime: 00:33:19

To support the release of The Red Album, Weezer held a relatively small hootenanny tour, in which they traveled across the country playing songs along with fans in acoustic jam sessions.

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Alternative, Pop, Indie

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