A Weeks Worth

Daniel Geiger: Guitar (acoustic), Guitar (electric), Vocals | Erik Visnyak: Bass guitar, Keyboards | Bill Zuck: Drums

Genre: Alternative, Pop, Rock

Sound description: Indie-rock for emo shoe gazers.

RIYL: Further Seems Forever, Dashboard Confessional, Kings of Leon, Nada Surf, Arcade Fire, Abderdeen City, the Walkmen, Snow Patrol

No shows scheduled | Post a show |


Inception: San Diego, 2001

Influences: Wilco, Kings of Leon, Radiohead, the Doves, Elliott Smith, Secret Machines, Sigur Ros, the Stills, My Morning Jacket, the Flaming Lips, Bright Eyes, Arcade Fire, the Strokes, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Bloc Party, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, CSN&Y, Velvet Underground, Bob Dylan, the Zombies


"A week is the cycle of our life's routine," according to Danny Geiger, guitarist/vocalist for A Weeks Worth. "We work in this cycle, plan in this cycle, count the time that has passed, and even use it to justify our behavior. Some people promise to themselves this week will be different, while others enjoy a steady routine. Seven days can mean as much as the creation of the world or as little as the menial accomplishments many strive for in their work lives. Either way, a week's worth is what you make of it, just like everything."

A Weeks Worth split in July 2007. Bassist/keyboardist Erik Visnyak posted this message on the band's MySpace page on July 10th: "I regret to say that last week the band has come to an end. It was a combination of availability and dissimilar musical directions. We want to thank everyone that has supported us over the past two years. Buying CDs, coming out to our shows, and assisting us with promotion we truly thank you. San Diego has been a wonderful city to perform in and we truly respect all the great people that support this talented music scene."


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