James Robert Webb shares Gentlemen Start Your Weekends
Growing up on a small farm outside of Tulsa, Webb learned piano and in addition to listening to and being inspired by fellow Oklahomans like Bob Wills, Garth Brooks and Leon Russell, was a fan of jazz greats Oscar Peterson, Count Basie and Gil Evans. He later became the All-State jazz pianist who played in his high school and college marching, symphonic, jazz and concert bands. It should come as no surprise that in addition to developing his songwriting and multi-faceted country rock aesthetic, he’s contemplating some bebop-driven piano projects.
"Gentlemen Start Your Weekends” is taken from the album Weekend Outlaw