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Gerry Joe Weise (born 1959) is an Australian guitarist, singer and songwriter, from Sydney Australia, who has performed in various countries around the world.[1] He has released solo albums on the Blues Breaking Records label, distributed by Tower Records: Live Blues World Tour (2011), Blues Down Under (2009), Sydney Paris Blues (2005), Bushman Boogie Deluxe (1999), Bushman Boogie (1998), Live in Paris (1994);[2] also on the same label is the official single: "Blues for Gary Moore" (2011).[3]

Weise's guitar style is blues fused with rock and jazz. He has performed at numerous blues and jazz festivals: 1994 Cognac Blues Passions,[4] 1999 Jazz and Blues Leognan,[5] 2008 Santa Maria Blues Azores,[6] 2009 Scottsdale Art Fest Arizona,[7] and 2010 Blues en VO Paris.[8]

Discography

  • 2011 Live Blues World Tour
  • 2011 Blues For Gary Moore - single
  • 2009 Blues Down Under
  • 2005 Sydney Paris Blues
  • 1999 Bushman Boogie Deluxe
  • 1998 Bushman Boogie
  • 1994 Live In Paris

Awards

His music has achieved various awards worldwide.

2009

  • NO.1 on the "Top Electric Blues" charts for 12 months 2008/2009 in Australia
  • NO.1 on the "Top 100 Artists Blues Rock" charts in Australia
  • NO.2 on the "Top 100 Artists Jazz Blues" charts in Australia
  • NO.1 on the l'Abripom May charts in France. 2009
  • NO.1 on the "Top Electric Blues" charts for 4 consecutive months in Australia
  • NO.1 on the "Top 100 Artists Blues Rock" charts in Australia
  • NO.3 on the "Top 100 Artists Jazz Blues" charts in Australia
  • "Dreamtime Shuffle", NO.8 on the "Top Radio Charts" in New Zealand
  • "Artist Of The Month" April, Lizard Lounge Radio in Australia
  • "Long Gone Train" won the "Strat Master" 2008 title USA

2010

  • NO.1 on the "Top Electric Blues" charts for 25 months 2008/2009/2010 in Australia.
  • NO.1 on the "Top 100 Artists Blues" charts in Australia
  • NO.1 on the "Top 100 Artists Blues Rock" charts in Australia
  • NO.2 on the "Top 100 Artists Jazz Blues" charts in Australia

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