Tom Weber is an independent filmmaker specializing in live music of all genres. He recently released "Over The Pavement," a three-hour concert of improvisational and experimental music filmed at Trinosophes, an alternative arts space in Detroit. Weber's feature-length documentary, "Troubadour Blues," is available at all retail stores and online at tomweberfilms.com/store. It features spellbinding performances by Peter Case, Mary Gauthier, Chris Smither, Dave Alvin, and other internationally acclaimed singer-songwriters. A second music documentary, "Don't Give Up Your Day Job," focuses on "hidden musicians" who for one reason or another remain grounded in local music communities around the U.S. Weber also makes documentaries of local interest for WQLN Public Media in Erie, PA, and does experimental work. He has taught filmmaking and communication at several colleges and universities in Pennsylvania, Indiana and Ohio. Weber has been a musician since his teens and played for 20 years in the popular Erie band, "The Dogs." He has a Ph.D. in Mass Communication and is author of two books on reggae music.