b. 1952, Chicago, Illinois, USA. As a kid Weld noticed the blues on outdated records and established that he’d turn into a professional musician. While learning in New Mexico, he was tutored on electric guitar by Kurt Dark. He teamed up using the Hound Canines, the legacy music group of Hound Pet Taylor, which highlighted Brewer Phillips and Ted Harvey. He also proved helpful at one stage using the Howlin’ Wolf legacy music group. In the middle-70s, Weld was back Chicago where he interviewed J.B. Hutto for articles for Living Blues mag. He expanded his understanding of blues electric guitar by firmly taking tuition from Hutto, ultimately becoming specifically adept being a glide participant. He also fulfilled up with fellow glide guitarist Lil Ed Williams, a nephew in addition to a pupil of Hutto’s. Weld, Williams and Adam Youthful, another of Hutto’s nephews, began playing together only a small amount Ed AS WELL AS THE Blues Imperials in a few of Chicago’s least salubrious blues night clubs. In the past due 80s, Weld led a music group he called the Imperial Flames, touring internationally. Within the 90s, Weld and Williams occasionally teamed up as their music group was popular and was often booked into leading Chicago blues night clubs. Weld received rave evaluations for his appearance in the 1997 Mississippi Valley Blues Event as well as the International Jazz Event in Montreal, Canada. In 2005 Weld produced his first stop by at the united kingdom where he was extremely successful.