Since their formation in April of 2006 the members of Weigh Station have become a strong, dynamic, and creative force in the Charleston music scene. They have headlined some of Charleston's most popular music venues such as the Music Farm and the Pour House while playing extensively across the Carolinas at clubs, bars, and private parties.
Each member of Weigh Station brings his musical background and influences to the song writing process creating a unique Rock and Roll melange. Their sound has been described as funk rock, and dirty southern soul.
While Weigh Station has been known in Charleston as an exciting live and improvisational band, their focus as of late has shifted towards song oriented rock after having completed their first EP, Past the Tracks. Fall 2014 brought about a period of rebuilding and new writing after long time bassist William Moore moved to Nashville. The spot was filled by Seattle native Benjamin Mossman, who since has loaned a solid funk fried low end to the band's already powerhouse sound. Their first full-length album, Outlaw Inlaw, was released in August 2015 and boasts a versatile catalog of 12 originals in the rock, funk, and even country veins.
Weigh Station are:
Tom Leonczyk - Lead Guitar/Vocals
John Heinsohn - Lead Vocals/Guitar
Benjamin Mossman - Bass Guitar
Stuart White - Drums