Born in 1959 in Sydney, Australia, GERRY JOE WEISE learned to play guitar at the age of 4. During the 1970s when he was 16 and 17, he guest supported AC/DC, Rose Tattoo, The Angels, Dragon and Midnight Oil at venues like the Bondi Lifesaver and Chequers with rock bands The Class and Siren in Sydney.
At 18 he joined the progressive Corroboree that had drummer Craig Collinge (ex Manfred Mann) and keyboardist Cezary Skubiszewski (ex Alexis Korner, film composer "Two Hands").
In 1980 Gerry Joe Weise took a big step forward and moved to Europe, living in France, Germany and Switzerland until 1999, before moving back to Australia. He has toured Australia, Europe, USA, Hawaii, Tahiti, Fiji, Polynesia, the Azores Isles and Scandinavia.
He has released the albums: 1994 "Live In Paris", 1996 "A Letter To Jimi", 1999 "Bushman Boogie", 2005 "Sydney-Paris Blues", 2009 "Gerry Joe Weise Live". In 2000 he wrote two songs for Nabarlek (Indigenous Live Band Of The Year Award 2005), for their 2nd album "Bininj Manborlh".