b. 12 February 1937, Butcher Holler, Kentucky, USA, d. 1 July 1996, USA. Born into a very musical family, two of his sisters were Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle. Webb sang, leading his own band, chiefly in and around Nashville, Tennessee, and for a spell accompanied Lynn as a member of her touring band. He recorded two albums for Decca Records in the late 60s but faded from the mainstream thereafter. Songs in his repertoire included ‘Finance Company Waltz’, ‘Get A Lot While You’re Young’, ‘Broad Minded Man’, ‘The House Where Losers Go’, ‘I Come Home A Drinkin’’, ‘Love Me Back To Life’, ‘I Was Ready For The World’, ‘The Happiness Of Having You’, and ‘Don’t Blow Your Horn, Gabe’.
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