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THE ART OF THE TEAL


Just prior to their sold-out performance at NYC’s storied Madison Square Garden, Crush Music’s inimitable Weezer collects a gold plaque for their version of “Africa” (from their “Teal Album” of canny covers). Meanwhile, in a parallel universe, Air Supply performed Pinkerton in its entirety. Seen feeling totally Crushed out are (l-r) Dan Kruchkow, Jonathan Daniel, Bob McLynn, Brian Bell, Scott Shriner, Rivers Cuomo, Patrick Wilson, Dustin Addis and Garret Capone.

 

Photo credit: Carl Scheffel/MSG Photos

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