Greg Weeks is an American singer-songwriter based in Philadelphia. His music has been described as folk, acoustic, psychedelic and experimental. He is best known as a founding member of the psychedelic folk-rock band Espers. Weeks has released four solo albums and has guest-recorded with many artists, including Fern Knight and Marissa Nadler. He is also a member of The Valerie Project.
Now, however, he has retired from his music career to become an English teacher at Muhlenberg High School.
- Fire in the Arms of the Sun (self-released CD, 1997)
- Fire in the Arms of the Sun (reissue CD Ba da Bing!, February 15, 1999)
- Awake Like Sleep (CD Ba da Bing!, October 2, 2001)
- Blood is Trouble (CD Ba da Bing!, January 2005)
- The Hive (CD Wichita Recordings, November 3, 2008)
- Bleecker Station (CD Keyhole Records, 2000)
- Slightly West (CD Acuarela Discos, 2002)
- Train in Vein: Bleecker-Era Outtakes (ltd. ed. numbered CD-R hinah, 2004)
- Espers (CD Locust Music, January 20, 2004; ltd. ed. LP of 300 copies by Time Lag, 2004; CD and ltd. LP Wichita Recordings, August 15, 2005)
- The Weed Tree (LP/CD Locust Music, October 4, 2005)
- Espers II (LP/CD Drag City, March 16, 2006)
- Espers III (LP/CD Drag City, October 20, 2009)
The Valerie Project
- The Valerie Project (2LP/CD Drag City, November 20, 2007)
- Spano, Charles. Greg Weeks: Overview. Allmusic.
- Official site
- Language of Stone
- Greg Weeks discography at Discogs
- 2009 interview
- 2002 interview
- Review with link to "Pink" viral ad with "Made" (Awake Like Sleep) remix soundtrack
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