Vince Weber

Vince Weber ( * 1953 in Hamburg) is a German blues and boogie pianist.

Weber received his first piano lessons at the age of 10. His sister introduced him to plates of Lightnin ' Hopkins, Champion Jack Dupree, Taj Mahal and many other blues and boogie sizes. At age 16, he played in various pubs in Hamburg harbor. The result was a chance meeting with Otto Waalkes and an appearance in the Weber's opening act. 1976 Vince Weber was awarded the German Record Critics' Award for his album The Boogie Man on the label of Waalkes trunk - Räckords. The album was partially recorded in the factory, where he appeared from 1976 14 years on every last Friday of the month. In 1978 and 1979 he made ​​two, according to his own statement, " Back to the Roots " - trips to the U.S., where he met many good people and many pianos used. 1980 Weber editor and presenter at the NDR with the mission of Blues on Tuesday. In the meantime, he made more trips to the United States to Chicago, LA and San Francisco.

Weber played at festivals and club gigs, among others, Big Joe Williams, Abi Wallenstein, Henry Heggen, Axel Zwingenberger, Jay McShann, James Booker, Chuck Berry and Champion Jack Dupree.



  • German Record Critics' Award in 1976 for his first album " The Boogie Man"
  • Nord Award 2007