Award winning songwriter Dan Weber's shows are as much a conversation with the audience as they are a performance. His hilarious stories between songs often take on a life of their own, forming the backdrop for his literate, funny, poetic and often heartbreaking songs. Weber's inspired and energetic performances are one-of-a-kind and sometimes they're impromptu like shows in train stations, living rooms and even on the rim of the Grand Canyon. But no matter where they happen, each one is special.
Come to a show soon and see for yourself why Venues, House Concert Hosts and Fans are saying:
"Dan is one of those rare performers that make you feel like you are the person in the room he is telling the story to. It is so wonderful to have artist like him. Come back soon!"
- Suzan Lundy, McLundy's Green Room
"Every time I see Dan perform, there's always several moments where I think: ‘Now THAT was worth the price of admission'"
- Mark H., Fan
"Dan Weber's concert was amazing and magical! The audience wanted more. Dan's music is original, emotional, and his intimate connection with the audience was undeniable. We give Dan Weber our highest recommendation! (and we're rather picky)."
- Andy Granitto, Happy Hen Barn House Concerts
"Dan Weber is the classic mid-life overnight sensation"
- Matt Miner, Promoter: Matt Miner Presents
"I closed my eyes, listened to the song, and forgot where I was. I felt like I was in the story"
- Becky K., Fan
"I attend (and promote) dozens of acoustic music shows each year. Dan's CD release gig for ‘Ash and Bone' knocked my socks off…literally! I was immediately impressed by his songs, passion for music and his belief that music can connect people"
- Doug Henderson, Promoter
"There are few singer-songwriters that I will go out of my way to hear and Dan Weber is at the top of the list."
- Lyman Louis, Lighthouse House Concerts
- Staff, Kana Winery, Yakima, WA
"Dan Weber is a true original and a raconteur (storyteller) of the first order. A kinetic performer and a joy to listen to again and again."
- Dan Dover, Doverlaff House Concerts
"You're going to outgrow our stage but I hope you don't forget us!"
- Jeanine Renne, Oregon State Fair