Weezer Guitarist Brian Bell Takes an Espresso Machine on Tour

Wednesday, 18 October 2017, 09:44:31 PM. When it comes to popular American rock bands of the last two decades, few bands have accomplished as much as Weezer. With 10 full-length studio releases,
When it comes to popular American rock bands of the last two decades, few bands have accomplished as much as Weezer. With 10 full-length studio releases, Weezer has sold over 17 million albums worldwide on the strength of still-popular hits like "Say It Ain't So," "Beverly Hills," "(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To," and "Island In The Sun." The Los Angeles-based quartet is still playing arenas and festival-headlining slots all over the world, which few artists with hit songs in 1994 can still claim to do. Pacific Daydream, as set for an October 27 release, is the 11th studio album from Weezer. I had the pleasure of briefly talking to guitarist Brian Bell about food and his adopted home of Los Angeles. Weezer - which also includes frontman Rivers Cuomo, bassist Scott Shriner, and drummer Pat Wilson - is currently on tour in Europe. https://www.instagram.com/p/BYEltrVHa0S/?taken-by=weezer The Daily Meal: Do you have a favorite restaurant in Los Angeles?Brian Bell: Iroha Japanese Restaurant. Serious food. The baked black cod [is a favorite]. I hear the black cod is becoming extinct, so I want to get as much of it in before it does. Do you have a favorite place in New York? You've been coming to New York for almost 25 years with Weezer.I honestly don't have a restaurant that I have to go when I'm in New York. With New York, I feel restaurants are more about atmosphere and less about the quality of food. I guess Gemma. I stay at The Bowery Hotel, so I guess the...Read more
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