Exhibition

by The Weber Brothers

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Liner Notes: Release Date: December 13, 2007 Label:The Weber Brothers Fireworks will be going off inside the Market Hall this Saturday as The Weber Brothers are set to release their fifth cd in as many years on June 30th, 2007. The Weber Brothers a.k.a. "The Hawks" are ready to blow the roof off Market Hall with their new album "Exhibition". Listeners can expect a mix of edgy rock n' roll and guitar driven rockabilly, as well as a few choice ballads on this latest Weber's release. The disc's fourteen songs were recorded at Haggarty Sound Studio in Peterborough, ON which captured the band's refined swell and roll, rich in textures and depth. Ryan Weber's upright bass, the drumming of Jeff Webster and three part harmony lay the foundation of "Exhibition." Reinforced by controlled explosions, ablaze with intensity and climactic overtones from the double guitars of Sam Weber and Shane Pinchen. "Don’t' Let Your Baby Down" Track 14, offers a broad palette of instrumentation that calls on some majestic and soaring strings from "The String Souffle" string section. "We had just come off a cross-Canada tour when we decided to do this record. After three or four months of playing and rehearsing the tunes everyday, we figured it the best time to hit the studio," states Sam Weber. The same kind of "practice and play" regiment the group learned from their mentor and sometimes band leader, rockabilly legend Ronnie Hawkins. "I guess Ronnie put this band together. Ryan and I have been playing together forever, but we were always on the lookout for a couple of like-minded guys to fill out the band. A few years ago Ronnie brought in Shane (Pinchen) and Jeff (Webster) to the "Hawks", and the four of us decided to try and get our own thing going. Since then it's been pretty much shows, rehearsals and take-out." states Sam Weber.

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released December 13, 2007

Recorded at Haggarty Sound Studio by Barry Haggarty, Peterborough, ON.

Mastered by Andy Krehm at Silverbirch Productions.

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