Describing Webb Dalton and his style of music is like describing the different seasons. He was born and raised in Montgomery, Alabama on the sounds of Hank Williams, Sr., Merle Haggard, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. After moving to Memphis, Tennessee, he grew up on the diverse sounds of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun Studio, B. B. King, and the Blues of World Famous Beale Street.
Webb has toured/opened for George Strait, Garth Brooks, George Jones, Randy Travis, and The Romantics, and only scratches the surface of who Webb has worked with over the years. Webb has also had chart success with his previous releases, and videos aired on CMT and GAC.
Webb’s latest CD, “Mine’s Bigger” reveals his diverse style of music and songwriting that has been described as “Rockabilly HonkyTonkin’ RockNRoll”. Although not a fan of being labeled, Webb feels that this description comes pretty close.
Songwriting has always been one of Webb’s loves, writing songs of the heart, songs that people can relate to and ideas that come from day to day life. “Mine’s Bigger” is an example of Webb’s unique writing style. “The idea came from a conversation between my son and me. My son is 6’3, 260 lbs., and has never been hesitant showing affection with hugs or telling me he loves me, no matter who is around. My son had called me and told me he was going to a friend’s house after school. I told him to be careful. He said he would and that he loved me. I told him I loved him more. He told me, mine’s bigger and I told him my love’s bigger. I knew right after I said it, I had to write it.”
You can find Webb performing on Beale Street in Memphis, TN and along the Gulf Coast in Gulf Shores or Orange Beach, Alabama, as well as Perdido Key, Pensacola and the Florida Keys. Webb’s music can be found on iTunes & Amazon.