The Michael Weber Show
The Michael Weber Show is an explosive rock group fronted by guitar phenom and Akron-native, 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 (Survivor), and regularly with garage rock legends, The Shadows of Knight (“Gloria”).
In addition to The Michael Weber Show, Weber plays guitar alongside late Cleveland rocker Michael Stanley’s Resonators and MSB bandmates in the “The Michael Stanley Songbook” concerts promoted by Live Nation. Furthermore, Weber’s two latest film scores include the award-winning Trini Lopez documentary My Name is Lopez and Satanic Hispanics, a Latin horror anthology in which Weber scored the section directed by Eduardo Sánchez (of The Blair Witch Project fame).
Come experience The Michael Weber Show to see what their brand of rock and roll is all about. With drummer James O’Connor, multi-instrumentalist Josh Isn't, and keyboardist David J. Young, the band is a powerful unit of high-energy action.