Bryan Weisberg is the former bassist for Until December, a San Francisco-based rock band active in the early 1980s. The band released four 12" singles in 1985 on 415 Records / CBS. A self-titled album Until December was released in 1986 by 415 Records / CBS, which contained their biggest hit "Heaven". Other notable songs performed by Until December include their song "Until December", "Live Alone In Shame" (B-Side to the 12" of "Until December - The Berlin Mix") and a cover of the song "Bela Lugosi's Dead" by Bauhaus. They toured the U.S. as a headliner and with seminal 80's bands such as New Order, Gene Loves Jezebel, and Specimen.
Bryan was recognized for his unique bass playing style where he incorporated a collection of guitar effects to simulate the tone and syncopated style of a synthesizer. This technique combined with Adam Sherburne’s vocal/guitar performances quickly propelled the band into the national spotlight.
Weisberg went on to form Maximillion's Motorcycle Club, a hard rock San Francisco club band. Along with Producers, John Carter and Bill Cutler, the band produced numerous recordings for Geffen, and DGC Records though none where released commercially.
While attending a 1992 multimedia convention in San Francisco, Bryan ran into an old friend Hillman Curtis and together they formed a company called V2 Productions. The company went on to produce the first interactive audio CD in conjunction with Heyday Records for recording artist Chris Von Sneidern. The CD received national attention in both the music and mainstream press.
Soon after, V2 Productions changed their name to Five Star Entertainment and produced Learn the Art of Magic with Jay Alexander, an award-winning tell-all magic CD ROM game published through Broderbund Software. Again, the national spotlight was cast on Bryan as the project received rave reviews throughout the country and was the top selling product in its category.
Currently, Bryan is the CEO of 1000oaksbarrel.com, a specialty cooperage producing personal size oak barrels for making and aging wine, whiskey, bourbon and tequila.