Oklahoma-born, occasionally Texan (he's spent some years in the Lone Star State), songwriter Jimmy Webb has a history as a musician's dream. Webb wrote some of the great classics of the modern era—"Up, Up and Away," "Galveston" and "By the Time I Get to Phoenix"—deceptively poppy hits that actually comprise intricately laced chord progressions and dark lyricism. He also wrote what many have called the greatest song of all time, "Wichita Lineman." In honor of Webb's upcoming show at Poor David's Pub—believe it or not, his first ever... More >>>
This week, Jimmy Webb graces the stage in Dallas for the first time ever.