The Weber Brothers - 149 Lake Street
Back To Chicago
I'm Thinking Of You
Love Keeps Escaping/I Want To Follow You
You Are My Delight
One More Day
Yes, We're Moving Again
Struggle, Struggle, Struggle
Next Time I See You
Mama Let The Train Roll In
All I Can Say
Look To The sky
Diana(Love Beneath The Grapvines)
Rest Now Child
Shave Your Sheep
End Of The Line
Morning's Bound To Come
Check out these other Weber Brothers CD's!!!!!
Bare As Bones
Live at the Gordon Best
Lost And Found
“They have the talent to be as big as anyone in the world”
-- RONNIE HAWKINS
"Just don't expect any White Stripes covers any time soon. Although
the 300-plus songs in their repertoire cover everyone from Hank Williams
to The Band, it may seem odd that the 20-something rockers (24 & 21)
have nary a contemporary tune in their arsenal. Nevertheless, their
orginals sound both fresh while staying true to an aesthetic that's
equal parts Chuck Berry and Bob Dylan."
"...no slouches, their (first) independent debut CD is a 25-song
set of orginals ranging in style from country blues to southern boogie
and swampy R&B, recorded in just three hours..."
-- TORONTO STAR
"I hate the Weber Brothers. Granted, it's a hatred totally based on
jealousy, but it's one any self-respecting music fan can appreciate...
you'd think another reel of the Basement Tapes had been unearthed."
", the Webers put time aside every day to rehearse and write songs — usually separately until the final stages. They've also learned not to not to be afraid to track down their musical idols and the value of a well-maintained list of heavy connections."
Greg Quill- Toronto Star
"enthusiasm, energy wise the band is great...consistently they're great and we know that..."
Garth Hudson- The Band
"Quite simply astounding" Jeff Macklin-Peterborough Examiner
"Highly talented band... The Weber Brothers wow the crowds" Glen Silverhorn-The Expositor
"The Weber Brothers: growing from a musical time warp...current bands cite grunge groups like Nirvana as influences, this tandem takes the late Ray Charles, The Beatles and The Band as their mentors."- Durham Sun