Aj Webber

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Aj Webber began her career singing in folk clubs in Bristol in the 70’s, and became a well loved resident of the world-renowned club The Troubadour, where so many artists went on to receive international success.

Aj’s ability to be able to entertain any type of audience led to her becoming a ‘resident’ at the world renowned ‘Marquee’ club in Wardour Street, appearing 20 times in one year. Her reputation spread and she was soon ‘opening’ for ‘big name’ acts and touring throughout the world with them. Her first tour was with The Eagles at the height of their fame in Europe. She went on to work and tour with legends such as:

David Gates (Bread)
The Everley Brothers
Crosby Stills and Nash
Neil Young
Frank Zappa
Kraft Werk
Neil Sedaka (four tours)
Leo Sayer (four tours)
Frankie Valley and the Four Seasons
John Hiseman’s Tempest
Justin Hayward and John Lodge (Blue Jays)

Aj appeared for two years running at Reading festival opening before such acts as Queen and Rod Stewart.

She says that one of her favourite tours was with the legendary Justin Hayward and John Lodge after they broke with the Moody Blues and formed Blue Jays, at the time they had a massive hit with Blue Guitar. As well as Aj going on to record an Album with Justin Hayward, Aj has record three of her own albums, which all received high acclaim:

Aj Webber (Anchor Records)
Of this Land (Gundog records)
Running our of Sky (Smart Records)

Goodbye My Friend Goodbye (Fred’s Song)

Aj wrote this song for Fred’s Funeral. Artists gave their time freely, along with Pete Rowley who engineered and produced the CD at his studio in Portland Square - ‘Attick Attack’. Sales of the CD will be donated in Fred’s memory to local causes and cancer support.

Aj Webber – guitar
Kit Morgan – Guitars and Bass (Kit is currently playing with Curved Air)
Ali Nourse – Violin and appears throughout BBC’s hit drama Larkrise To Candleford