Chicago-based jazz pianist Jon Weber is a consummate post-bop musician with a lithe technical ability and an ear for complex harmonic compositions. Largely self-taught, Weber displayed a knack for reinterpreting melodies early on and by age 3 could often been found playing children's tunes on a toy organ. By his teens, he was attempting his own compositions and performing regularly with his jazz quintet occasionally opening for such big names as Freddie Hubbard and Stanley Turrentine. Around age 16, Weber began playing guitar and taught himself counterpoint, a skill that eventually garnered him experience arranging for various local ensembles including the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. Weber's post-high school years found him attending Wisconsin University and eventually settling in Chicago in the late-'80s. Since that time he has ...
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Album Discography

Year Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings
Album 1993 Jazz Wagon Intuition
 
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Album 1997 Live in Concert: Flying Keys Jazz Connaisseur
 
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It's Never Quite the Same 1998 It's Never Quite the Same Mood
 
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Simple Complex 2004 Simple Complex 2nd Century Jazz
 
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