Posted by: admin | January 19, 2010

Acclaimed Musical Artist to Perform at Doc Ford’s Sanibel

Big music news from Doc Ford’s Sanibel Rum Bar & Grill – Wendy Webb is scheduled to perform January 21!

Fans of the Doc Ford novels may recognize Webb’s lyrics from the pages of author Randy Wayne White’s novels. What fans probably don’t realize is that they may have already met this talented artist – Wendy is married to White and often accompanies him to book signing events.

Though Wendy tours internationally and lives right here in paradise, she rarely appears locally. We are fortunate to have her share her talents – Ms. Webb is scheduled to perform at Doc Ford’s Sanibel Rum Bar and Grill this Thursday, Jan. 21st! Appearing along with NorVille, this is a not-to-be-missed event. The concert is scheduled to begin at 6:30pm.

Moon On HavanaWendy Webb has shared her music from the coffeehouses of Chicago to the clubs of California and from the stages of American Bandstand to the bistros of Paris. Her passion for music began when she received her first guitar at age 13. Since then, she has continued to hone her craft, adding piano to her repertoire.

After taking a hiatus from music, Wendy re-emerged on the scene with her acclaimed recording Morning in New York and has just released her first solo CD; Moon On Havana. With a musical styling that is a combination of Folk/Jazz and Blues, fans of early Joni Mitchell, Norah Jones, Laura Nyro, and Carole King, will love this record. Visit to hear excerpts from Moon On Havana

Doc Ford’s Sanibel Rum Bar & Grill
975 Rabbit Road
Sanibel Island

“Wendy Webb’s evocative voice and resonant lyrics, sung over deceptively complex compositions, are nothing less than haunting.”
~ Tim Cahill, founding editor; Outside Magazine, contributing editor; Rolling Stone

“The songs are heart sprung, tender and tough, fragile and enduring. Some are jazzy, sung with sass and echoes of Carole King and Ricky Lee Jones. Others are moody, full of wee hours wisdom, or yearning and soul stirring, soaring toward heights flown by the likes of Joni Mitchell and Emmy Lou Harris. Webb is a newcomer whose music is mined in the timeless chambers of the human heart.”
~ Steven Dougherty – senior writer; People Magazine

“Wendy’s her own woman with her own way of bending the notes and twisting the words into lyrics that plummet deep into the epicenter of those who love or at least try to love. Her messages wander from musical to mystical, from juiced to jaded, as her creative honesty lures the listener simultaneously into both her heart and her hurt. Honesty lures the listener simultaneously into both her heart and her hurt.”
~ Gerry Wood – former editor; Billboard Magazine


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