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True to his background and life, James Robert Webb is an artist who walks the line between traditional and modern hillbilly music. A native of Kellyville High School where his activities ranged from band to wrestling to FFA.
Raised on a 10 acre farm 20 miles outside of Tulsa, he grew undeniably country roots while being close enough to be influenced by the Tulsa Sound, classic and alternative rock from local stations.
His last single "Makin' Love Tonight" debuted at #58 on the Billboard Indicator chart and eventually went top 40, peaking at #37 on the Music Row Country Breakout Chart. Chart expectations are high for his new single, the self penned "How That Feels", yet one thing that most fans don't know is that Webb remains a practicing physician in Tulsa. His practice specializes in bone health and helping patients that spinal surgery can't fix.
If you catch him live, you never know what instrument James may play, but you can be sure that his voice will captivate you with a voice that is powerful, tender and uniquely country. Influenced by the great Oklahoma vocalists Garth Brooks, Ronnie Dunn and Vince Gill, Webb has a flair for traditional hillbilly with a modern bent.