|Birth name||Ray Weston|
|Born||Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom|
|Genres||Rock, alternative, jazz, funk|
|Occupations||Musician, arranger, producer|
|Associated acts||Wishbone Ash, Tom Jones, Iron Butterfly, Ultravox, Bay City Rollers, The Armoury Show, Fire Next Time, Right Said Fred, Alternative TV, Hautewerk|
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Weston began his drumming career studying with the legendary Scottish drummer George McGowan as well as London great Bob Armstrong, whose former students include such luminaries as Oasis's Alan White, and The Who's Zak Starkey (also the son of Ringo Starr from The Beatles). After performing in numerous Scottish bands, Ray moved to London in the 1980s, where he met Martin Turner. He quickly established himself as a session musician, performing in the studio with such artists as Del Shannon, Mick Jones, Andy Summers, Bill Wyman, Cliff Richard, Bjork and Gavin Rossdale. Additionally, Ray Weston (on drums) toured with Ultravox keyboard player Billy Currie, under the name Ultravox, before Currie decided on the side-project Humania. In 1990 Weston once again met with Martin Turner who requested he replace Steve Upton in Wishbone Ash.
Weston joined Wishbone Ash for the Strange Affair album and subsequent tour (of which the Live in Chicago album was made). On leaving in 1993, he continued work as a session player and joined the house bands for Viva Cabaret with Tom Jones, The Jack Dee Show, The Paul Merton Show and An Audience with... Freddie Starr. He rejoined Wishbone Ash in 1997, and recorded several albums with the band, including Bona Fide and Clan Destiny, before leaving once again in 2007.
In 2010 Weston toured with Iron Butterfly on their twelve country European tour, nightly being featured in their 17-minutes hit In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. The same year saw him producing Chris Amodeo's new album Homo Luminous. He's currently the drummer of Southern California band Hautewerk, who's songs can be found on the highly successful Rock Band video game by Harmonix.