Austin Webb At Grand Ole Opry
Born in Greenville, South Carolina, Austin Webb is an American country music singer/songwriter. His Martin guitar has been with him through thick and thin since he was 16 and is his most prized possession.
On his way back home after a spontaneous trip to Nashville, Austin met a charming older couple, and the husband turned out to be none other than Charlie Louvin. The two became fast friends, and Charlie invited him to play on stage with him that night at the Smokehouse in Monteagle, Tennessee. The two kept in contact until Charlie Louvin’s death in 2011.
After winning a songwriting competition in Greenville, Austin moved to Nashville in 2011, and his demo made its way into the hands of renowned producer Byron Gallimore, who immediately offered him a publishing deal. In 2012, Austin signed with Streamsound Records, a label founded by Gallimore and Jim Wilkes. His debut single “It’s All Good” was released in December 2012, and the debut album is to follow soon.