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Weezer, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots Perform “Take On Me” With Classroom Instruments

Weezer joined Jimmy Fallon and The Roots on Thursday's episode of 'The Tonight Show' for a retro performance of A-ha's "Take On Me" with classroom instruments.

Weezer Set to Perform at the NHL Winter Classic (Exclusive)

Say it's so: Weezer will perform at the NHL Winter Classic on New Year's Day at Notre Dame Stadium.

Patton Oswalt Stars in Weezer’s “I Love the USA” Video

"We are Weezer, and we approve this message," the band tweeted when promoting the clip.

Listen to Weezer’s New Single, ‘Thank God for Girls’

"It's a perfect mix of weezer past and future. The chorus soars on melodic wings. It rocks sooooo hard."

Snapshot: Weezer, Ty Segall and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony at the Burgerama Fest (Photos)

Ariel Pink, Black Lips and Roky Erickson also made their way into the two-day lineup.

Fox Orders Kevin Connolly Fantasy Football Comedy, Rivers Cuomo Half-Hour to Pilot

Based on the ESPN analyst's best-selling book 'Fantasy Life,' and the Weezer frontman's life, respectively.

Weezer Streams New Album, Releases ‘Back to the Shack’ Video

"Everything Will Be Alright in the End" comes out Oct. 7

‘Psych’ Creator Steve Franks Teaming With Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo for Fox Comedy

'DeTour' will be inspired by the life of the singer-songwriter

Kanye West to Headline Both Made in America Festivals; Iggy Azalea Added to L.A. Bill

After his Aug. 30 performance in Philly, rapper will head cross-country to L.A. the next day.

New Weezer Album, Its Ninth, Set for Release on Sept. 30

The Ric Ocasek-produced "Everything Will Be Alright in the End" is the band's first new release in four years and debut for Republic Records.

Firefly’s Top 10 Finest Moments

Foo Fighters, Outkast, Arctic Monkeys and Weezer all brought their A-games. But who ranks no. 1?

John Mayer, Imagine Dragons to Headline Made in America Festival in Los Angeles

Kendrick Lamar, Weezer and Steve Aoki are set to perform at the first-ever L.A.-based edition of Jay Z's growing music festival.