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Hello everyone and thanks for stopping by. I hope you check out our new live CD and Video "Live At Pearls." It was produced by my good friend Ron Stafford and recorded by Chip Bricker for a Texas County Line Production which has been airing on cable TV channels. It includes eighteen classic dance tunes and some of my original songs. I am very proud of the talented musicians that played on the album including Ron Stafford, Reggie Reuffer, Derrick Spiegner, Chad Reuffer, Billy Martin and Chip Bricker. I hope you will get a copy of it and come out and catch us along the way at some of our dates.

Thanks again to all of you for supporting us....

Album- DVD & CD: Live at Pearls
Artist: Jerry Webb

Jerry Webb and this wonderful 6 piece band that entertains at Pearls Dancehall and Saloon at the Fort Worth Stockyards has taken a June 2009 live performance with 18 tunes and made it available as both a CD and DVD. It is filled with pure western swing and Texas dance hall music with the musicians showing their musical talent and Jerry in the center stage vocal spotlight. The DVD is exactly the same as the CD with the wonderful video to see these musicians on stage playing their instruments, singing and looking great.

In addition to Jerry on vocal, the band is comprised of the very talented album producer, Ron Stafford, playing his Rains steel guitar and acoustic guitar. The very popular Reggie Rueffer plays fiddle and does background vocals. Also doing background vocals is super electric guitarist, Billy Martin. Derrick Speigner is the drummer, Chad Rueffer plays bass guitar and Chip Bricker plays piano and is the engineer.

The album also opens with one of Jerry's original Texas dance hall compositions Wall to Wall. Others in that style, written by Jerry, are Red Lips, Party List, Turn to the Wine and Tonight I'm Drinking it Over. From the Bob Wills book are Jesse Ashlock's The Kind of Love and the Wills family classic Faded Love. The Texas dance hall sound is also felt on Harlan Howard's Another Bridge to Burn, Faron Young and Billy Deaton's Wine Me Up, Mel Tillis' Heart Over Mind, Hank Cochran's Don't You Ever Get Tired, Cinderella. from the Tony Booth hit parade and three from Johnny Bush, Ben Peters' Green Snakes, Rain Making Baby from Dallas Frazier and Johnny's own classic composition, Whiskey River. The three remaining tunes are top class Western Swing, Kokomo Arnold's Milk Cow Blues from Johnnie Lee Wills, the Wade Ray memory from the writing talents of Steve Nelson and Jack Rollins, Heart of a Clown and an awesome instrumental of Sammy Fain and Paul Francis Webster's My Secret Love from the early 50s movie Calamity Jane. .Mike Gross, WVOF-FM, Fairfield, CT June 18, 2010

This CD/DVD can be ordered for $16, postage paid in the USA, from Jerry Webb Music, P.O. Box 129, Tolar, Texas 76476.

I would like to send out a special Thank You to David Stallings with TEXAS COUNTY LINE for filming our band at Pearl's Dancehall and Saloon. The program is being aired on several cable channels. We will be releasing the live CD and Video of this performance in the next month or two.

I would also like to give special recognition to my friend Ron Stafford for his excellent work as the producer and for his arrangements on my last two albums "There's a Song In That" and "Live At Pearls Dancehall". Ron is an exceptional steel guitar and guitar player and is known as one of the most tasteful and achomplished players in the business. Ron also plays a Rains Steel Guitar and I am proud to be on the bandstand with him and for his friendship.

You can listen to song clips on the CDs page. You can also listen to an interview with KBST Radio in Big Spring promoting the Red Lips CD.
Listen to the KBST Radio Interview     for "Red Lips and Honky Tonks."

Gary Carpenter
A special thanks to my friend Gary Carpenter for the excellent music he played on my CD "Red Lips and Honky Tonks". Gary is a world class player and also builds and sells Rains Steel Guitars. Please check out the Rains website Rains Steel Guitars for more information and listen to Gary on my CD clips. What a talent he is!

Jerry Webb Music is a member
of these organizations

Country Music Association
of Texas

Western Music Society
of the Southwest