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"C'mon C'mon" & Plane Jane (2022)

A double A-side single showcasing Weber as the sole writer, producer, and musician.  "C'mon C'mon" harkens back to direct, uptempo garage rock while "Plain Jane" is a slice a psychedelic power pop.  All recorded by Weber at his Lighthouse Recording Studio in Hudson, Ohio.

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Live on Backbeat (2021)

A 30-minute long, pseudo-1960s television special directed by Michael Weber.  The show features a six-song live performance from his musical group, The Michael Weber Show, plus an interview with the show's eccentric host (also played by Weber).  The initial release of this project is only available via the word's first Video 8-Track Cartridge, a device with a USB port that can be viewed on modern smart TVs and computers.

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The first new single with 2 members of the classic-era lineup of The Shadows of Knight since 1967. Released on Steven Van Zandt's Wicked Cool Records.  Production, writing, and performance contributions by Michael Weber.  Placed #4 in the "Coolest Song of the Year" listener's poll on Sirius XM's Underground Garage. 

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Alone (2018)

A collection of home recordings…100% written, recorded, produced, and engineered by the musical mind of Michael Weber.

Featured track:

Golden Days (Slipping Away) - The Michael Weber Show
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Live at the Palace (2018)

The live album recorded at the Lorain Palace Theater showcasing an explosive performance led by the screaming guitar of Michael Weber.

Featured track:

Maggot Brain (LIVE) - The Michael Weber Show
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The Hollywood E.P. (2016)

Recorded in Hollywood, CA, 18-year old guitar phenom, Michael Weber, pairs up with Grammy winners, Jay Bellerose and Jennifer Condos, as well as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Mike Mills, for an emotional and powerful EP.

Featured track:

Can't See Eye to Eye - Michael Weber
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Speck in Time (2013)

The debut album of the explosive rockin’ blues power trio centered around 15 year old guitar phenom, Michael Weber, with Steve Zavesky on drums and Skully on bass.

Featured track:

Speck in Time - The Michael Weber Show
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