The Chris Weaver Band Performs at Titan Motoring After Party for Knowledge Fest 2024

Chris Weaver Band

The Chris Weaver Band Put On One Heck Of A Show

Chris Weaver BandWhen it comes to breaking molds, The Chris Weaver Band doesn’t just tip-toe around the edges; they smash them to bits. Picture this: a lineup boasting not just your typical guitar, bass, and drums, but also percussion, keys, sax, and trumpet. That’s the kind of sonic cocktail that’ll stick with you long after the curtains close. And boy, did they ever deliver at the Knowledge Fest after party hosted by Titan Motoring.

With 12 Volt technicians flocking from far and wide, the venue was pulsating with anticipation. And as Chris Weaver himself took the stage, armed with his acoustic guitar and a voice that could move mountains, the crowd knew they were in for a ride through the annals of rock history.

From Bob Seger classics, Chris kicked off the night with a tribute to the legends. But it wasn’t long before he ditched the guitar to claim his rightful place as the band’s charismatic frontman. Because let’s face it, a lead singer’s job isn’t just about hitting the right notes; it’s about commanding the stage with every fiber of your being. And Chris? Well, he owned it.

Lindsay CarverAs the band delved into their originals like “So Damn Beautiful” and car-centric anthems like “Fast Car Days,” it was clear that they weren’t just a band; they were a movement. And when audience member Lindsay Carver took the mic after being coaxed by Chris and other audience members for a rendition of Chris Stapleton’s “Tennessee Whiskey,”  and “Strawberry Wine” the crowd was pleasantly surprised by her talented vocals. See, this was a special audience member who just so happens to be the fiance´ of Titan Motoring’s owner Philip Lindsley. She placed her vocals up for review and received a warm welcome from the audience and the band.

The Chris Weaver Band had their own tricks up their sleeves, infusing classics like Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” with their signature funk-infused sound paying homage to a cover by none other than The Electric Peanut Butter Company. And then they busted out their rendition of Redbone’s “Come and Get Your Love” to keep the funk moving.

Chris WeaverBy the time the last notes faded into the night at the after party for Knowledge Fest 2024 put on by Titan Motoring, it was clear: The Chris Weaver Band wasn’t just a band; they were an experience. And if you haven’t had the pleasure of witnessing their magic firsthand, do yourself a favor and make it a priority. Trust me, you won’t regret it. Download their music and check out their website for more info and get ready to enjoy like never before.




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