James Robert Webb flies in to Y-101 Radio

Singer James Robert Webb and guitarist Jeff Sturms
Singer James Robert Webb and guitarist Jeff Sturms

Singer James Robert Webb flew in from Oklahoma and guitarist Jeff Sturms flew from Nashville to Chicago to Savannah to meet up in the studio of Y-101 Radio in Lyons, Georgia. It was truly a Y-101 coincidence. The day before, on the After 8 Show, Webb made his Y-101 debut with his new music off his Christmas Album “Born this Day” and his new single “Makin’ Love Tonight.

After positive reviews by the Y-101 audience, WLYU supervisor Tone Tone sprung in to action and through his Nashville connections, within minutes, Webb and Sturms were booked for an appearance.

Webb, from Kellyville, Oklahoma, is a doctor and a singer. Normally he will spend Monday’s and Tuesday’s taking care of his patients and then the rest of the week he is traveling and doing his country music.

Sturms is a veteran Nashville studio musician who was a member of George Strait’s Ace in the Hole Gang. He has performed with Strait in venues as large as the Charlotte Motor with 107,000 in the audience.