• Two new singles from Tommy Webb

    Tommy Webb - photo © B Chord Photography 615 Hideaway Records has two new singles this month for Kentucky grasser Tommy Webb. One is a Webb original, and the other a gospel favorite. Daddy Was The Backbone is one Tommy wrote about

  • Bluegrass Boys – Tommy Webb

    Eastern Kentucky’s Tommy Webb has long been a favorite of bluegrass fans throughout that region, with several hits over the years grabbing the attention of the national bluegrass audience. Songs like If It Weren’t for Bluegrass Music (I’d Go Crazy)

  • Bluegrass Boys from Tommy Webb

    Kindred Records has released a debut single from their next album by Kentuckian Tommy Webb. The song is called Bluegrass Boys, and it's bluesy, medium tempo number with a wicked groove about a group of good ol' boys who like to

  • Kenny O’Quinn to Half Past Lonesome

    Kenny O'Quinn has been announced as the new mandolin player with Jeff Clair & Half Past Lonesome, where he will also assist on harmony vocals. Prior to signing on with Jeff, Kenny had worked with The Tommy Webb Band, Don Rigsby &

  • From Rock N’ Roll to Bill Monroe

    Tommy Webb is a fine bluegrass singer and songwriter from Bill Monroe's native state of Kentucky who has a special Monroe tribute song to honor Big Mon's 100th birthday this year. Webb has gained some notoriety for his clever original songs

  • Tommy Webb – Heartland

    Tommy Webb, a recent recruit to the Rural Rhythm Records' roster, will have his first release, called Heartland (RHY-1043), on that label on April 21, 2009. The album, produced by Ron Stewart, includes 12 songs, several of which were written by

  • Two new CDs: Tim Carter and Tommy Webb

    We received two fine CDs recently, from artists whose music may not be familiar to a wide listening audience. Both projects have their roots in the rich, fertile "bluegrass crescent" that encircles eastern Kentucky and Tennessee along with western Virginia