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.