October 4th - Mesa Regal - 3 - 5pm
October 9th - Macys Corporate Party -11:30am to 2:30pm
October 10th - Val Vista Village - 5 to 7pm
October 18th - Val Vista Village - 3 to 5pm
October 25th - Valle Del Oro - 4 to 6pm
October 26th - Val Vista Village - 7 to 10pm
November 1st - Mesa Regal - 3 to 5pm
November 6th - Montesa-Gold Canyon - 3 to 5pm
November 27th - Val Vista Village - 3 to 5pm
December 6th - Val Vista Village - 4 to 6pm
December 13th - Mesa Regal - 3 to 5pm
December 14th - Mesa Regal - 7 to 9pm (Party)
December 27th - Valle Del Oro - 4 to 6pm
December 30th - Val Vista Village - 3 to 5pm
December 31st - Las Palmas Grand - New Years Eve - 8pm to 12:30am
January 3rd - Mesa Regal - 3 to 5pm
January 11th - Sun Life, Mesa - 6 to 8pm
January 17th - Mesa Regal - 7 to 10pm Dance
February 7th - Mesa Regal - 3 to 5pm
February 8th - Sun Life, Mesa - 6 to 8pm
February 22nd (Saturday) Lost Dutchman Rodeo - 10:30am to 1:30pm - Apache Junction, AZ
February 28th - Val Vista Village - 3 to 5pm
March 1st - Venture Out RV Resort - 7 to 10pm Dance - Bocce Club
March 7th - Mesa Regal - 3 to 5pm
March 15th - Mesa Regal - 7 to 10pm Dance
March 27th - Val Vista Village - 3 to 5pm
March 28th - Valle Del Oro - 4 to 6pm
April 4th - Mesa Regal - 3 to 5pm
November 5th - Private Party
December 31st - Sun Life, Mesa - New Years Eve - 8pm to 12:30am
Weezul Brothers Band
From Venues like Lost Dutchman Rodeo, Harrah's Casino & Apache Gold Casino. From Bike Runs to most of the resort communities in the valley.
From corporate events, P.F. Chang's Rock 'n' Roll Marathon, Glendale, AZ's "Chocolate Afaire"
and small business openings to private venues and corporate parties...the Weezul Brothers Band has been performing in Arizona since 2005.
Their CD "Roadkill" tells it all with their unique rock and roll sound, and they can even throw in some GREAT country too and lay down some good ol' bluesy riff's.
Harrah's Ak-Chin was a lot of fun for the band.
They packed the house at Apache Gold Casino. Casino patrons are drawn to The Weezul Brothers Band not only for their great classic rock and country music, but also because they don't just play..they entertain!
We were also featured on the Dave Darin Radio Show doing some of our original songs.
The band is made up of talented musicians who are able to interact with their guests while onstage and you will definitely see folks dancing, singing and most importantly, laughin' and havin' a good time!!
Jack Weezul 602.509.5129
TO HIRE THE BAND, PURCHASE OUR "CD" OR T-SHIRTS OR EVEN TO JUST SAY.."HEY!"
602-509-5129 OR E-MAIL US..... firstname.lastname@example.org.....Check out Brother Mike Weezul's "Band Blog" at http://weezulbrothers.wordpress.com
BIO, The Weezul Brothers
To know the Weezul Brothers it is necessary to go back in time and look at our Daddy.
Joshua Weezul was a Poet-Musician-Signpainter, Snake oil salesman and ne’er-do-well
That traveled the length of this great land searching to find himself, or at least a warm place to lay.
Starting off in California, he took a chance on an Indian blanket and left behind a son
that found ol’ dad’s guitar…he picked up the name “Jack” because Dad denied him so often that people would question him saying,, “You don’t know Jack!” (That’s where that phrase originated.) but he did learn to play the thing anyway.
Upon leaving California Dad took up with a mountain woman that had settled in Ohio. Gnawing through the leg trap that helped him become a “Homebody”, ol’ Josh left behind a young man that actually thought that he was a wolf. His howling paid off when he found that, not only could he scare off real wolves, but he also learned to sing…since he refused to ever let go of his microphone, everyone called him “Mike”.
Daddy found himself in Detroit building Ford trucks, where he met a pretty girl working as a welder at Ford. She wasn’t actually pretty, but ol’ Dad wasn’t real picky. Anyway she swept him off of his feet, literally, and carried him off to live with her gypsy family. Dad fit right in with this buncha bums and eventually a son was born. Since he was the ‘Awfullest” looking kid they ever saw, they named him “Theophalous”. Not only was he kinda hard to look at he had a habit of slamming heavy spoons onto big pots. This became a problem, they would chuck him oughta the shack so often that he became known as “Chuck”. He later found a drum set and the rest is history.
Ol’ Dad wandered off to DeKalb, Illinois and hooked up with an real nice lady that tried to “Whip” him into shape...he left ‘cause he didn’t take to the “discipline”, although he did find SOME of it “FUN”...ol' Dad left behind a young fella that not only could play the bass but also could play the guitar, mandolin and even could bang on the drums... His Mom named him Jerry.
The boys knew nothing of each others existence but they all got the word that ol’ Dad had been wafted off into the "Eternities" by a jealous husband. At his memorial service the boys all looked at each other and felt an immediate kinship to each other…as they talked... they all realized that ol’ Dad had left them with talents that could help them work together. They started a band so they could finally bring some "Dignity" to their family name…They wanted to show some respect to the old man and call themselve's "Dad's Lil' Bastards" ...but wisely decided on the "WEEZUL BROTHERS BAND"...SO FAR...THE DESIRE TO BRING HONOR TO THE OLD MAN HASN’T WORKED ALL THAT WELL!