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Michael at age 4
w/ Counting Crows/Augustana (age 12)
James O'Connor
Josh Perelman-Hall

The Michael Weber Show is an explosive rock group fronted by guitar phenom, Michael Weber. He was the winner of MTV's “Amazingness” television talent/variety show hosted by Rob Dyrdek and has performed on stage with numerous Grammy winners and Rock Hall inductees, including Counting Crows, Nils Lofgren (E-Street Band), Jim Peterik (The Ides of March), and regularly with garage rock legends, The Shadows of Knight (“Gloria”).

A record Weber wrote, played on, and produced for The Shadows of Knight entitled “Wild Man” was released on Little Steven Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records, came in 4th place on Sirius XM 21’s Coolest Song of the Year listener’s poll, and received a glowing review on-air from Iggy Pop during his BBC radio program.

Amongst Weber’s hundreds of concerts, he has shared the bill with Ace Frehley, Gin Blossoms, Lita Ford, The Wallflowers, Mark Farner, and numerous others.  In addition to his own musical project, he currently plays lead guitar alongside late Cleveland rocker Michael Stanley’s Resonators and MSB bandmates in the “The Michael Stanley Songbook” concerts promoted by Live Nation.  

In addition to his 2 albums and 2 EPs released under his own name, Weber composes film scores. His two most recent works include My Name is Lopez, a documentary on ‘60s pop star Trini Lopez (now available on Amazon Prime and the Roku Channel) and Satanic Hispanics, a Latin horror anthology in which he composed the entire score for the section directed by Eduardo Sánchez (of The Blair Witch Project fame).

With drummer James O’Connor, multi-instrumentalist Josh Isn't, and keyboardist Billy Brock, the band is a powerful unit of rock n roll action.

Drummer, James O'Connor, an Ohio State University music graduate, takes influences from many different genres of music, including jazz, post punk, folk, Afro-Latin, and the blues. These are comprised of Big Thief, Animal Collective, The Beach Boys, Grouper, Phil Elvrum, and Cap’n Jazz. He uses techniques from all styles to create his sound. James also writes music and performs with groups The Ballroom Charades and 


Multi-instrumentalist, Josh Isn’t, is a Cleveland-based musician, songwriter, producer, audio technologist, and video creator. As a multi-instrumentalist, he creates recordings in his studio and pairs them with funny videos to post online. In addition to The Michael Weber Show, Josh plays in a number of local groups, including Glam Folk Pop trio, The Prom Queens. Outside of music, he is an avid gamer and amateur game designer. He has aspirations to one day be a designer for the internationally popular trading card game Magic: The Gathering. He also loves puns and can cut a rug on the dance floor; don’t challenge him to a dance battle unless you want to lose!

Keyboard player, Billy Brock, attributes his love for the keys, since he was 8 years old, to his late grandmother who was an accomplished pianist, singer, and radio personality in Alabama. One of Billy’s favorite instruments is the Hammond organ, and his major influences are Booker T., John Lord, Billy Preston, and Billy Powell. When he’s not making music, he works as a stage hand and loves to rebuild and modify music gear, since he’s obsessed with how things work. Billy believes that his severe dyslexia allows him to see everything differently, and it enables  him to accomplish his goals in an alternative, creative way. Billy shows his comedic side by calling himself “the grandfather” in The Michael Weber Show since he is the oldest member at the age of 25!

Come and experience THE MICHAEL WEBER SHOW.  The band delivers the goods and will keep you wanting more.

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