Some forms of art seem to be passed down from parent to child and maybe that is the case with Oklahoma native Amy Carol Webb. Her father was a composer and concert pianist. Her mother was a singer and worked doing commercials for radio. Webb has three brothers and they are all singers and musicians, too. Maybe it was only natural, growing up in a home filled with that much music, that Amy Carol Webb would follow the rest of the family.
When Webb was five-years-old, she quickly discovered she enjoyed performing on-stage for audiences. Before her teens arrived, she got her first guitar and began to learn how to play the instrument. At 14 she moved into writing her own musical tunes. She finished high school and even college before she turned her full attention to her music. For the next decade, she toured through much of the world, performing with other groups and a with a band of her own. She kept up a grueling schedule for all of those years, many times working six nights a week. Webb finally took some time off after that long decade. She was married by then and had two children to raise. Her vacation from music didn't last but a few years and then she had to return to her first love. In 1998 she finally saw the release of a debut album, Songweaver. All ten songs on this first full-length offering are original numbers written by Webb.