Stan Webb, Singer-Songwriter

Stan Webb was born in Murfreesboro, TN., and raised in Nashville TN.  He started writing songs at age 14, influenced by artists like Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Merle Haggard, Don Williams, Tom T. Hall and many others.  He worked hard at his craft for years and got his first cut in 1984, by George Jones, a song titled, “One Of These Days But Not Tonight”, which landed him the award for SESAC’s most promising country writer.  It also pushed him closer to the mainstream of country music in Nashville.  He continued to get cuts by artists like Marie Osmond, T.G. Shepard, Terri Gibbs, The Forrester Sisters, The Osmond Brothers, Silvia, Michael Johnson, Pam Tillis, Kippi Brannon, and many others.  Stan also had a cut in the movie “Thelma and Louise”, that he wrote with Pam Tillis called “Drawn To The Fire”.


His most successful song to date is “I’m From The Country” by Tracy Byrd, which earned him the 1998 SESAC Country Song Of the Year Award, and helped him get another song recorded by Tracy called “Summertime Fever” which can be found on the album “Ten Rounds”.  Stan not only works with other successful writers and artists, he also enjoys writing with new young writers and artists just getting started.  He loves their enthusiasm and drive,


Stan was also blessed with SESAC’s “Legacy” award in 2003, only the third writer to receive it in 75 years.  Stan Webb has his own style of writing that he hopes and prays somewhere down the road, two writers will enter a room on music row, and one will say, “Let’s write a song like a Stan Webb song.”  Stan says, “Now that’s what success is to me.”.


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