Weezer and the Detroit Youth Choir sang “Beverly Hills” together on America’s Got Talent. It was one of the most unexpected, but also one of the best, times when people worked together.
As the show’s first songsong of the show, the band from California played “What Happens After You” by SZNZ. Terry Crews, who was in charge of the show, said that the band is now called “The Incredible Weezer.” Then they moved on to “Hollywood Hills,” where the choir sang a beautiful couplet that ended with “Weezer, do your thing.”
After some time had passed, the band’s lead singer, Rivers Cuomo, said that the new gospel arrangement was “amazing” and that playing the old song again was “very exciting.” Rivers, you’re right, I had completely forgotten about that.
Even Simon Cowell, who is known for being very critical, gave a little nod of approval when fellow judge Howie Mandel said, “I love this song!”
Cowell thanked the band for letting the young hopefuls share the stage with them. He called the performance “absolutely wonderful” and “magic” and thanked the band again.
You can watch Weezer’s performance on America’s Got Talent below. If you watch until the end, you can see Rives and the conductor of the Detroit Youth Chorus play air guitar together. Recently, the band has worked with a number of well-known groups, and this performance is just one of them.
Weezer just announced that several other bands, including Modest Mouse and Spoon, will join them on their “Indie Rock Roadtrip” tour. Tickets will go on pre-sale through Live Nation on March 2 (use the code OPENER to get in), and the general public will be able to buy tickets through Ticketmaster starting at 10:00 a.m. local time on March 3.
Also, you can use StubHub to look for seats and deals. Aside from that, the lead singer of Weezer agreed to sing a duet with Tiktokker during the “Buddy Holly” guitar break, which was a wish of a Tiktokker member.
They had been asking for this for a long time. After that, Cuomo dared the artist to join him on stage for a second performance of whatever they had planned during the next tour.
He told them that people from his country would get in touch with people from their country.