John Weaver
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John Weaver

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Band Alternative Singer/Songwriter


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"Recent Industry Achievement"

Brave New Frontiers is a Progressive Country/New Music Show heard weekly on the Pegasus Radio Network (also available via Podcasting). John Weaver’s original song, ”She’s Trouble”, Track 2 of his 2006 Demo CD, will soon be playlisted on the JUSTCOUNTRY-FM Network. - Brave New Frontiers

"Recent Industry Achievement"

Track 4 of John Weaver's 2006 Demo CD, "SWEET MADELINE (MY GUITAR)" will be included in the upcoming CD "TUNETANK New Generation 2006 " a compilation featuring some of the world's best emerging artists and songwriters.

- Compilation CD


(Review of John Weaver the Bleeding Tree) ". . . a family based power trio with mountain roots back to the Blackfoot Indians and Irish Settlers. John Weaver belts out a mix of soulful country and old rock covers and some of his own catchy tunes while he picks out his rhythms on a warm Martin. Leo Devinney is the former phenom lead guitarist for Shades of Gray and shows the same impressive control and skill now on the bass, but has been known to please his old crowd by giving us a lead solo on that big 5 string . . . “ Doug Allen
- Foothills Punk n' Country Rock Review

"Song Reviews:"

Industry Critique:

“I think that She's Trouble is excellent.”
..."John Weaver "employs interesting harmonic progressions in writing and inspired lyrics.”
“I am listening to Dulcinea as I write to you and thoroughly enjoying it. How could I not?”

Lior Shamir
Managing Director
We Are Listening

- Professional Critique


DEMO CD John Weaver, All Songs Copyright John Weaver; Recorded by Leo DeVinney
DEMO CD John Weaver and The Bleeding Tree, All Songs Copyright John Weaver; Engineer, Leo Devinney



After spending his early life in the DC/Baltimore area, listening to the sounds current rock bands, John and his family relocated to rural western North Carolina. There he was immersed into his large extended family’s musical traditions of acoustic instruments and Appalachian Mountain folk songs. It was culture shock on many levels, and finding his own place took a while. Without losing his love of classic rock, John's music appreciation and tastes grew to include the sounds of his country and mountain heritage, creating a very unusual combination of significant musical influences.

Seeking: Professional Artist Management, Song Marketing Representation, and Record Label Introductions. Please contact John Weaver at 980-241-9763 or via email at (alternate phone: 704-807-1941