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Webb Wilder Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts
Webb Wilder Tickets, Tour Dates and Concerts

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$45.0 USD
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Fan Reviews

Lynne
May 23rd 2022
Fantastic!
Nashville, TN@
City Winery Nashville
Dave
October 19th 2013
Great show, great venue!
Sandy Springs, GA@
Steve's Live Music

About Webb Wilder

Webb Wilder, "The Last Of The Full Grown Men," is large enough for the big screen, hip enough to star in cult classic B movies, and tough enough to maintain a devoted worldwide fan base through a relentless never ending tour schedule. Of late, Webb has collaborated with Landslide Records, to re-release an expanded version of his legendary It Came From Nashville album, as well as producing an album of all-new material entitled About Time.

Hailing from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Webb Wilder and his boyhood friend Bobby "Crow" Field were just two among millions of America's idle youth conquered by the sounds, songs and threads of the British Invasion and by the freedom, emotion, and urgency of Soul Music. While attending college in Mississippi, they combined their affection for great bands like the Faces, the Band, the Rolling Stones, Mott The Hoople, NRBQ, The Who, and Badfinger with a growing interest in early blues, country and R&B.

After moving to Austin, Texas in 1976, where they played in separate bands (Wilder in the Eveready Brothers and Field in the Howlers), they were exposed to the music and manifestos of cool U.K. rock and rollers Nick Lowe and Dave Edmunds, who inspired them with songs and guitarchitecture. After moving to Nashville and putting the Beatnecks together in 1985, Wilder has without interruption continued to play the various styles of uneasy listening that got them noticed in the first place. Their six highly praised albums, It Came From Nashville, Hybrid Vigor, Doo Dad, Town & Country, Acres of Suede, and About Time, conjure up a sound that defies comparison to other contemporary rock 'n' roll bands. In concert, Wilder spikes the punch between songs with potent doses of rustic wit and character, transcendent mediations, incantations, and codes by which to live.
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Genres:
Alt-country, Rock, Americana, Roots-rock
Band Members:
Webb Wilder, Bob Williams, Rick Schell, And other great players from time to time, Jimmy Lester, Tom Comet
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to Webb Wilder to play in your city
Request a Show

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past
Webb Wilder's tour

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Lynne
May 23rd 2022
Fantastic!
Nashville, TN@
City Winery Nashville
Dave
October 19th 2013
Great show, great venue!
Sandy Springs, GA@
Steve's Live Music

About Webb Wilder

Webb Wilder, "The Last Of The Full Grown Men," is large enough for the big screen, hip enough to star in cult classic B movies, and tough enough to maintain a devoted worldwide fan base through a relentless never ending tour schedule. Of late, Webb has collaborated with Landslide Records, to re-release an expanded version of his legendary It Came From Nashville album, as well as producing an album of all-new material entitled About Time.

Hailing from Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Webb Wilder and his boyhood friend Bobby "Crow" Field were just two among millions of America's idle youth conquered by the sounds, songs and threads of the British Invasion and by the freedom, emotion, and urgency of Soul Music. While attending college in Mississippi, they combined their affection for great bands like the Faces, the Band, the Rolling Stones, Mott The Hoople, NRBQ, The Who, and Badfinger with a growing interest in early blues, country and R&B.

After moving to Austin, Texas in 1976, where they played in separate bands (Wilder in the Eveready Brothers and Field in the Howlers), they were exposed to the music and manifestos of cool U.K. rock and rollers Nick Lowe and Dave Edmunds, who inspired them with songs and guitarchitecture. After moving to Nashville and putting the Beatnecks together in 1985, Wilder has without interruption continued to play the various styles of uneasy listening that got them noticed in the first place. Their six highly praised albums, It Came From Nashville, Hybrid Vigor, Doo Dad, Town & Country, Acres of Suede, and About Time, conjure up a sound that defies comparison to other contemporary rock 'n' roll bands. In concert, Wilder spikes the punch between songs with potent doses of rustic wit and character, transcendent mediations, incantations, and codes by which to live.
Show More
Genres:
Alt-country, Rock, Americana, Roots-rock
Band Members:
Webb Wilder, Bob Williams, Rick Schell, And other great players from time to time, Jimmy Lester, Tom Comet
Hometown:
Nashville, Tennessee

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