Fred Weber

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Fred Weber (born Charles Frederick Weber III) is a former vocalist for the new wave band Devo in its earliest incarnation.[1] Weber was a long-time prominent vocalist in Northeast Ohio cover bands The Chancellors, The Measles and Lace Wing, performing occasionally with Joe Walsh and the James Gang.

Weber played high-school football at Stow, Ohio, with NFL Hall of Famer and Miami Dolphins fullback Larry Csonka. A roommate of Devo co-founder Bob Lewis, Weber fronted the band in its initial performance in the Recital Hall during Kent State University's Creative Arts Festival in 1973.

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