Amy Carol Webb
the beloved song weaver" who "sings to the listener´s soul."
Born and reared in Oklahoma, Amy traces her heritage back to Native Americans through two Great-Grandmothers. Her mother sang live radio commercials; her father was a concert pianist/composer and a gospel preacher. By age 3, she had her head in her uncle´s hi-fi, singing along with Ella, Elvis, Woody Guthrie and Nat "King" Cole. At 5 she found the stage, at 11 got her first guitar for Christmas, and by 14, began composing and performing her own songs.
With her college degree in one hand and guitar in the other, Amy struck out for Los Angeles. For 11 years, music carried her throughout the lower 48, Canada, Mexico and to Japan. She toured with journeyman groups, the New Christy Minstrels and the New Seekers as associate music director, writer, and first full-time female guitarist/emcee. Her concert schedule ran 6 nights a week, 45 weeks a year, featuring her original songs in every project. In Los Angeles, she worked the circuit with her own band, earning numerous accolades and awards for weaving magic with her voice and heartfelt songs. Whether torch, folk, country, rock - name the style and Amy can write it. A charter member of the 20/20 songwriter´s group in Nashville, in 1998, Amy earned the Songwriter of the Year Award and in 1999, New Times named her the Best Solo Musician.
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