Mark Weber: The Next Michael Buble?


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Move over Michael Buble. There's a new kid in town on the pop-jazz scene. Buffalo, New York's Mark Weber just released his collection of old songs made new again, When I Fall In Love, on amazon.com.

If you're a fan of Michael Buble, Harry Connick, Jr., Diana Krall, Nat “King" Cole, Frank Sinatra, or Dean Martin, you'll probably enjoy this collection of classic tunes that make you feel good.

The tall, dark and handsome Weber, who is “near 30," got his start singing in retirement homes with his father, a musician who plays the vibes and drums. When I Fall In Love features several songs the father and son tested out with seniors to see which they enjoyed the most.

The songs Weber has for sale on amazon.com include: L-O-V-E; You Took Advantage Of Me; Dream A Little Dream Of Me; There I've Said It Again; Five Foot Two, Eyes Of Blue; I Can't Give You Anything But Love; Bye Bye Blackbird; Old Cape Cod; When I Fall In Love; What A Wonderful World; and Who Wants To Cry At Christmas?

The one original song is “Who Wants To Cry At Christmas," written by Weber, which he describes as a “sad-yet-hopeful" tune.

When I Fall In Love was produced by Weber and pianist Dusty Knapp.

Mark Weber, who once sang back-up for Kenny Loggins, is currently performing about 20 concerts a month in Upstate New York and Southern Ontario, and hopes to one day be listed as a jazz-pop “great" in the same sentence as Harry Connick, Jr., Diana Krall, and Nat “King" Cole.

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