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JIM WEIDER, former member of the legendary group “THE BAND” is a Master of classic Telecaster Guitar.ProJECT PERCoLAToR represents Jim's newest musical venture into a powerful groove & atmospheric guitar driven band. The All Star Line up Featuring “RODNEY HOLMES”- Drums (Santana&Steps Ahead ), “MITCH STEIN”- Guitar (Dave Sanborn Band )&”STEVE LUCAS”- on Bass. Jim blends rock & blues, with funk & jazz groove's combining modern drum loops and samples, to playing beautiful melodic ballads .The band's Amazing improvisation and chemistry from worldwide touring ,plays a show both exciting and mesmerizing! www.myspace.com/jimweiderband

ProJECT PERCoLAToR is a new musical direction for Jim, with Big Guitars with Modern Grooves! A powerful show that's both exciting and mesmerizing! For a quick listen check out the below link provided. Jim was featured on numerous albums, films, videos and television appearances. Highlights included a 1990 performance with The Band and Ronnie Hawkins at The Berlin Wall concert produced by Roger Waters of Pink Floyd; several cable TV specials (notably “The Bob Dylan Tribute” at Madison Square Garden; “The Road,” a 1994 pay-per-view concert telecast from the Woodstock '94 Festival; and a 1995 appearance on the A&E Biography documentary “The Authorized Video Biography The Band”

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Jim Weider Concerts

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Mar6Sat
Jim Weider
Rams Head On Stage
Annapolis, MD

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Album PULSE by Jim Weider

PULSE

Self Produced
2009

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