Jimmy Weber is a singer/songwriter/entertainer from Omaha, Nebraska. Performing professionally since age 12, he has earned a reputation as one of the Midwest's most exciting acts.
During his career, Jimmy has shared the stage with such top entertainers as Tim McGraw, Clint Black, Kenny Rogers, Sara Evans, The Beach Boys, and John Denver.
Jimmy recently toured as lead guitarist and vocalist with Wayne Newton, Neil McCoy, the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders, and Paul Rodriguez. The group was part of a USO tour that performed for troops in the Middle East. Jimmy also performed with country stars Craig Morgan and Jolie Edwards on a "Stars For Stripes" tour of Iraq and Kuwait, helping to bring Holiday cheer to homesick soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines.
Jimmy's recent CD, "Miles of Emotion," showcases his unique vocal style, impressive guitar work, and award winning songwriting. One listen draws comparisons to his diverse musical influences, including the Eagles, Vince Gill, James Taylor, and Christopher Cross.
Whether performing with a band before thousands of people, or doing intimate, solo acoustic guitar/vocal shows, Jimmy's love for entertaining is obvious. Check out his concert schedule and make it a point to catch a show. And don't forget to come to the stage and introduce yourself to Jimmy. You're sure to make a new friend!