Lizard Tongues

Featured at 8th annual LA Music Awards

Lizard Tongues . . Debbie Huyck & Assoc. 3760 Cahuenga West, 2nd Floor . . L. A. . . 91607 . . 310-712-3436 . . . . Fax 818-754-8986 . . Band Hotline 818-569-5480 . . Los Angeles based rock band with a bluesy edge. AOR & AAA format. Music Connection’s Top 10 demos of 1997. Check out The Lizard Tongues’ webpage for club dates or to hear their new CD “Three Way Tie For Last.”

T.M. Weber

guitarist ~ composer ~ instructor


Holds a B.A. in Music in Guitar Performance (VCU 1993)
25yrs. of playing experience
Also proficient on Bass and Piano
Over 17yrs. of professional live and studio session experience
Reliable road tested working musician on national club and casino circuits
Plays and teaches all styles rock to classical
Specializes in acoustic, classical, and hard rock
Teaches private guitar-bass-piano lessons to all age groups
Teaches group and private lessons (Guitar and Piano) for Los Angeles Department of Parks & Recreation


Crate Amps and cabinets
Sennheiser Mics and wireless systems
Hosa Cables and plugs


* SpectraSonic guitarist and songwriter (2006-present)
* Teri Danz Band guitarist and co-arranger (2002-2007)
* Spanked guitarist and songwriter (1999-2000)
* Soulpocket bassist (1999-2000)
* Lizard Tongues bassist and co-arranger (1996-1998)
* Annie Miles guitarist and co-arranger (1995-1996)
* Rose Halo guitarist and songwriter (1990-1997)


Fractured original score and songs
A Gentle Form of Murder original score

Current Client List

Other Otherz
Pala Casino-Reosort-Spa
Repeat Ofenders
Michael Ubaldini

Past Clients

Adrien Anthony
Le Deux Caf
Century City Hotel
Book Soup Bistro
Richard Young
Kamal Kolah
Epoxy Glow
Jeffrey Scott
Christi Bauerlee
Tornado Alley

Performance References

Michele Vreeland (323) 819-6467
Jay Forse (323) 314-9255
Scott Fickas (626) 695-1787

Teaching References

Kimberly Welden(818) 893-3401
Chris Botello – (323) 913-9844
Nancy Bradley (818) 776-9655
Susan Greenwald (818) 782-8776

Personal References

Adrien Anthony (310) 309-0202
Scott Fickas (626) 695-1787
Jay Forse – (323) 314-9255

Jesse Rhodes, who once upon a time was Doug Rhodes, fronted an introspective pop band called the Sleepwalkers from Santa Barbara. Now, hopping aboard the Jurassic theme and naming his band for a dinosaur with a walnut-size brain, Rhodes offers another collection of thoughtful relationship tunes, these with higher production values than previous efforts. Dream gig: Stegosaurus, T-Rex and the Lizard Tongues.