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WSLR logo On Friday, March 7, 2014, Webb Wilder was interviewed by on Sarasota's WSLR. Webb was in Safety Harbor, FL, for a couple of shows.

The 11-minute interview can be heard or downloaded as an MP3 below.

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On Saturday, January 18, 2014, Webb Wilder was interviewed by Leslie Kolovich on Florida's SUP Radio. Webb was in South Walton County, Florida, for the 30-A Songwriters Festival.

The 26-minute interview, which includes Webb performing three acoustic songs, can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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WUWF logo On Friday, January 17, 2014, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on WUWF's Acoustic Interlude webcast from the 30-A Songwriters Festival in South Walton County, Florida.

The 19-minute appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below. Video of the performance can be found on YouTube.

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WDNS logo On Friday, October 4, 2013, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Bryan Locke's Cafe Rock on WDNS (D93) in Bowling Green, KY, to promote WebbFest 8. The show was co-hosted by Hunter Goatley. Webb brought his acoustic guitar and performed a solo versions his brand-new song, "Too Much Sugar For A Nickel."

The 1 hour, 14-minute appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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Scruffy City Ramble poster On Thursday, May 16, 2013, Webb Wilder performed at Scruffy City Ramble in Knoxville, TN.

He was interviewed by Jack Neeley, and then he played acoustic versions of "Wild Honey," "She's Not Romantic," "More Like Me," "Come Around," and "Carryin' The News To Mary." Webb also performed in the finale group-jam, a cover of Bob Dylan's "Walkin' Down The Line."

The entire appearance is available as an MP3 download here (recorded from a 250Kbps m4a webcast).

Interview:

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Webb's performance:

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Finale:

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WDVX logo On Wednesday, October 24, 2012, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest with WDVX's Tony Lawson. The appearance was in promotion of Webb's show at Jig & Reel that night.

Webb performed solo acoustic versions of "V-8 Ford," Chris Wall's "I Feel Like Hank Williams Tonight," and "Come Around." The entire appearance is available as a 28-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a 96Kbps MP3 webcast).

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i105 logo On Wednesday, October 24, 2012, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on i105, WFIV 105.3, in Knoxville, TN, to promote his solo appearance at the Jig & Reel. Webb performed acoustic versions of "Pretty Is As Pretty Does" and The Merseys' "Sorrow."

The 11-minute appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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WDNS logo On Friday, October 5, 2012, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Bryan Locke's Cafe Rock on WDNS (D93) in Bowling Green, KY, to promote WebbFest VII. The show was co-hosted by Hunter Goatley. Webb brought his acoustic guitar and performed solo versions of Willie Ford and The Three Aces' "V-8 Ford," and "Wild Honey."

The 1 hour, 18-minute appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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WPLN logo On Tuesday, May 22, 2012, Webb Wilder performed live at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville with Geoff Achison and Anne McCue. The performance was recorded by Nashville Public Radio and posted on their website here.

The show is available as a 59-minute MP3 download here.

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WildmanSteve logo On Thursday, May 17, 2012, Webb Wilder and Tom Comet were on-air guests on Wildman Steve Radio. The appearance was in promotion of their Sundilla performance in Auburn, AL, that night.

Webb and Tom performed "Nashville Bum," "TCB Yodel #9," "She's Not Romantic," and "V-8 Ford."

The appearance is available as a 17-minute MP3 download here. Three things of note: a technical snafu resulted in my missing the first couple of minutes; the recording is from a very low-quality webcast; the sound levels were really hot for the first song, which Webb comments on afterward.

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WTUL logo On Saturday, November 19, 2011, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest with WTUL's DJ Juanita. The appearance was in promotion of Webb's acoustic show with Tom Comet at Chickie Wah Wah that night.

Webb performed solo acoustic versions of "More Like Me," and "Come Around." The entire appearance is available as a 36-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a 80Kbps MP3 webcast).

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WDVX logo On Wednesday, November 9, 2011, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest with WDVX's Tony Lawson. The appearance was in promotion of Webb's show at Sweet P's BBQ that night.

Webb performed solo acoustic versions of "Lonely Blue Boy" and "Come Around." The entire appearance is available as an 18-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a 96Kbps MP3 webcast).

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i105 logo On Wednesday, November 9, 2011, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on i105, WFIV 105.3, in Knoxville, TN, to promote his solo appearance at Sweet P's BBQ. Webb performed acoustic versions of "Pretty Is As Pretty Does," "More Like Me," and "Too Cool For Love."

The 16-minute appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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WDNS logo On Wednesday, September 28, 2011, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Bryan Locke's Cafe Rock on WDNS (D93) in Bowling Green, KY, to promote WebbFest VI. Webb brought his electric guitar this time and performed solo versions of "Pretty Is As Pretty Does," Willie Ford and The Three Aces' "V-8 Ford," Charlie Rich's "Who Will The Next Fool Be?" "Rock 'n' Roll Ruby," and "Ubangi Stomp"!

The 1-hour-plus appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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WDNS logo On Sunday, September 25, 2011, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Tommy Starr's "Home Cookin'" on WDNS (D93) in Bowling Green, KY, to promote WebbFest VI. Webb called in for a phone interview conducted by Hunter Goatley.

The full two-hour show can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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Jammin' at Hippie Jack's logo On Friday, May 28, 2010, Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks performed in Crawford, TN. The show was recorded for the Jammin' at Hippie Jack's TV show, which airs on various PBS stations. The performance aired in two parts in June 2011.

This lineup included Webb Wilder, Bob Williams (guitar), Tom Comet (bass), and Marshall Richardson (drums).

Webb Wilder performance:

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A video of the show can be viewed on YouTube.


Music City Roots logo On Wednesday, June 1, 2011, Webb Wilder appeared on the live weekly radio show "Music City Roots," which airs on WRLT out of Nashville. The show originated from the Loveless Café Barn in Nashville and featured several additional performers.

This was a unique trio version of Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks, with Jimmy Lester playing drums and George Bradfute handling the bass duties. The songs they performed were "Wild Honey," "Mississippi Honky Tonkin'," "Who Will The Next Fool Be?," "Pretty Is As Pretty Does," and "Poolside." They then participated in the closing all-star jam of Hank Williams's "Lost Highway". You can hear Webb playing most of the lead guitar on the jam, as well as singing one verse.

MP3s of the interview and performance can be found below.

Webb Wilder interviewed by Craig Havighurst:

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Webb Wilder trio performance and closing jam:

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A video of the show can be viewed here. The interview with Webb can be found at 00:29:52, and Webb's performance begins at 02:20:10.


WUTK logo On Saturday, November 27, 2010, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Knoxville's WUTK radio station to promote his show that evening at Barley's. Webb performed a solo acoustic versions of "Wild Honey" and another song. Unfortunately, traffic delayed Webb's arrival at the station, and my timed recording ended just before Webb's second song. Still, most of the appearance was captured and can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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Music City Roots logo On Wednesday, November 10, 2010, Webb Wilder hosted the live weekly radio show "Music City Roots," which airs on WRLT out of Nashville. The show originated from the Loveless Café Barn in Nashville and featured several additional performers.

Webb performed a solo version of "Too Cool For Love," then led the all-star jam on "Up On Cripple Creek Road" at the end of the show.

MP3s of the performances can be found below.

Webb Wilder performing "Too Cool For Love":

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Webb Wilder, Sam Bush Band, John Oates, Brian McGee, Jeff Black, and Yarn performing The Band's "Up On Cripple Creek." Webb sings the verse at 02:58 and plays the lead guitar break at 07:10.

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WDNS logo On Monday, September 27, 2010, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Bryan Locke's Cafe Rock on WDNS (D93) in Bowling Green, KY, to promote WebbFest V. Webb performed solo acoustic versions of "Tell Me Why Charlene," "Wild Honey," and "Hittin' Where It Hurts."

The 1-hour-plus appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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Just the songs:

  1. "Tell Me Why Charlene" (2.09 MB)
  2. "Wild Honey" (2.19 MB)
  3. "Hittin' Where It Hurts" (2.02 MB)


WDNS logo On Sunday, September 19, 2010, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Tommy Starr's "Home Cookin'" on WDNS (D93) in Bowling Green, KY, to promote WebbFest V. Webb called in for a phone interview conducted by Hunter Goatley.

The full two-hour show can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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BBC Radio2 logo On Thursday, September 8, 2010, Webb Wilder and Will Kimbrough were guests on BBC Radio 2's "Bob Harris Country" to discuss the upcoming Americana Awards. The showed aired on BBC Radio 2 on Friday, September 9, 2010.

The recording below omits all the songs played except for Webb's "Honky Tonkin' (In Mississippi)" and a live performance by Will Kimbrough.

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WRQQ logo On Friday, May 7, 2010, Webb Wilder dropped by the studio of 97.1 WRQQ in Nashville to discuss the terrible flooding of Nashville. He also performed a solo acoustic version of "The Rest (Will Take Care Of Itself)."

Thanks to Glen Harness for capturing the appearance!

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WMNF logo On Friday, March 5, 2010, Webb Wilder and Tom Comet were guests on Tampa's WMNF radio station. Webb performed Conway Twitty's "Lonely Blue Boy" and "Pretty Is As Pretty Does," as well as bits of several other songs.

The 23-minute MP3 was recorded from a 56Kbps MP3 webcast.

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KDHX logo On Friday, December 11, 2009, Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks stopped by St. Louis radio station KDHX to record a set for airing on December 18. The Beatnecks this trip were Bob Williams, Tom Comet, and Marshall Richardson. They performed "She's Not Romantic," "The Only One," "TCB Yodel #9," and "Too Cool For Love."

Photos from the recording session can be found here.

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Music City Roots logo On Wednesday, November 18, 2009, Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks (Bob Williams, Tom Comet, and Jimmy Lester) appeared on the live weekly radio show "Music City Roots," which airs on WSM 650 AM out of Nashville. The show originated from the Loveless Café Barn in Nashville and featured several additional performers.

The performance included "Looking For A Fool," "Flat Out Get It,", "Too Cool For Love," "Sudden Stop," "Ju Ju Man," and "Honky Tonkin' (In Mississippi)." After the songs, there was an interview with Webb, followed by a group jam on "Will The Circle Be Unbroken," led by Charlie Louvin. Webb sang the second verse of the song.

A 42-minute MP3 can be found below. It includes the introduction to the show, Webb's performance, the interview with Webb, and the group jam. Webb's performance begins at 2:37, and the interview begins at 30:13. It was recorded from a webcast from WSMAM.com.

Photos from the show, including several of Webb, can be found on the Music City Roots website.

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WSM logo On Tuesday, November 17, 2009, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest of Bill Cody on Nashville's WSM-AM. The appearance was to promote the following night's live, on-air performance at Loveless Café. The 14-minute appearance includes an interview and an acoustic performance of "She's Not Romantic."

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KPFT logo On Friday, October 30, 2009, Webb Wilder and Bob Williams were on-air guests of Houston's KPFT radio station. The 17-minute appearance includes an interview and acoustic-duo performances of "TCB Yodel #9" and "She's Not Romantic."

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WRLT logo On Tuesday, October 13, 2009, Webb Wilder was a guest on Nashville's WRLT (Lightning 100) with DJ Dan Buckley to promote his upcoming show at 3rd & Lindsley. The 26-minute appearance includes solo acoustic performances of "Pretty Is As Pretty Does" and "Too Cool For Love."

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On Monday, September 28, 2009, Webb Wilder appeared on The Lowdown Hoedown with Greg Martin on WDNS 93.3 in Bowling Green, KY. Greg Martin is best known as the lead guitarist for the Kentucky Headhunters, among many other bands (including his latest, Rufus Huff). "The Lowdown Hoedown" is a weekly radio show devoted to the Blues. The September 28, 2009, show included a 40-minute Webb Wilder interview to promote WebbFest IV.

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WDNS logo On Sunday, September 27, 2009, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Tommy Starr's "Home Cookin'" on WDNS (D93) in Bowling Green, KY, to promote WebbFest IV. Webb called in for a phone interview conducted by Hunter Goatley.

The 9-minute interview can be downloaded as an MP3 below.

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WDNS logo On Friday, September 25, 2009, Webb Wilder appeared as a guest on Bryan Locke's Cafe Rock on WDNS (D93) in Bowling Green, KY, to promote WebbFest IV. Webb performed solo acoustic versions of "TCB Yodel #9," "Come Around," and The Merseys' "Sorrow."

The 42-minute appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below (recorded from a webcast).

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KZ106 logo On Saturday, September 12, 2009, Webb Wilder appeared briefly on WSKZ (KZ106) in Chattanooga, TN, to promote his show that evening on the Riverfront. Webb performed a solo acoustic version of "Too Cool For Love."

The 7-minute appearance can be downloaded as an MP3 below (recorded from a webcast).

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WRLT logo On Sunday, July 5, 2009, Webb Wilder played at Third & Lindsley in Nashville, TN. Radio station WRLT (Lightning 100) broadcast part of the performance. The 64-minute set can be downloaded as an MP3 below (recorded from a webcast).

The performers: Webb Wilder (guitar, vocals), Tom Comet (bass, background vocals), Bob Williams (lead guitar, background vocals), and Greg Morrow (drums).

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On Friday, June 26, 2009, Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks appeared on Studio B on WNCW 88.7 in Spindale, NC. The appearance was in promotion of their show at the Grey Eagle in Asheville that evening.

The band consisted of Webb Wilder, Tom Comet, and fill-in members Rick Kurtz (guitar) and Marshall Richardson (drums). They performed electric versions of "Too Cool For Love," "Pretty Is As Pretty Does," "Come Around," and "Ju Ju Man." In between the songs, Webb was interviewed. The entire performance is available as a 31-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a 128Kbps MP3 webcast).

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WDVX logo On Thursday, June 11, 2009, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest on WDVX's Blue Plate Special, performing live at the Knoxville, TN, Visitor's Center. The appearance was in promotion of Webb's June 13 show at Barley's.

Webb performed solo acoustic versions of "Come Around," "She's Not Romantic," "Too Cool For Love," and "The Only One." The entire performance is available as a 19-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a 128Kbps MP3 webcast).

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WFPK logo On Thursday, May 29, 2009, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest on Louisville, KY, radio station WFPK 91.9. The appearance was in promotion of Webb's show that evening at Jim Porter's Good Time Emporium in Louisville.

In addition to the interview, Webb performed solo acoustic versions of "She's Not Romantic" and "Come Around." The entire visit is available as a 20-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a webcast).

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Lowdown Hoedown logo WDNS logo
On Monday, May 4, 2009, Webb Wilder appeared on The Lowdown Hoedown with Greg Martin on WDNS 93.3 in Bowling Green, KY. Greg Martin is best known as the lead guitarist for the Kentucky Headhunters, among many other bands (including his latest, Rufus Huff). "The Lowdown Hoedown" is a weekly radio show devoted to the Blues. The May 4, 2009, show was a Webb Wilder special which included most of the songs from Webb's More Like Me CD, along with tracks from other albums such as Doo Dad. The rest of the show was filled out with songs picked by Webb.

The 41-minute interview segment of the show can be downloaded below.

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The radio station Radio Free Nashville airs GuitarMania with Andy Ellis on Thursday nights at 10 PM CT. Webb Wilder was the featured artist on the April 23, 2009, show. Andy talked with Webb about how Webb's album More Like Me was recorded. The interview segments can be downloaded below.

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Show ID #090325-25, Uplink date 2009-03-25
The syndicated radio show Beale Street Caravan featured Webb Wilder on the March 25, 2009, program. Webb Wilder, Bob Williams, Tom Comet, and Jimmy Lester were recorded live at the 2008 Arkansas Blues and Heritage Festival on October 9, 2008.

The entire Webb portion of the show is available as a 25-minute MP3 download here.

Entire Webb portion of the show:

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Individual tracks:

  1. Beale Street Caravan Intro (462 KB)
  2. "Pretty Little Lights Of Town" (3.83 MB)
  3. "Loud Music" (4.56 MB)
  4. Host intro to Webb (969 KB)
  5. Webb speaks (468 KB)
  6. "Changing Colors" (3.54 MB)
  7. "Ju Ju Man" (2.98 MB)
  8. "Baby, Please Don't Go" (6.09 MB)


Bob and Tom logo
On Thursday, December 11, 2008, Webb Wilder was a guest on the syndicated radio program The Bob and Tom Show. They talked about the Webb Wilder Credo, Webb's movie career, the names of his early bands, and more.

In addition to the interview, Webb played acoustic versions of "Pretty Is As Pretty Does" (which appear on next Spring's new CD), "TCB Yodel #9," and "Come Around" (which will also be on the new CD).

The entire visit, minus the commercials, is available as a 36-minute MP3 download here.

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"Pretty Is As Pretty Does" (128Kbps, 1.98 MB)
"TCB Yodel #9" (128Kbps, 2.64 MB)
"Come Around" (128Kbps, 3.39 MB)


WRLT logo On Friday, February 15, 2008, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest on Nashville, TN, radio station WRLT (Lightning 100). The appearance was in promotion of the February 16 show at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville.

In addition to the interview, the live Born To Be Wilder version of "Human Cannonball" was played. Webb also performed "TCB Yodel #9" live. The entire visit, minus "Human Cannonball," is available as a 16-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a webcast).

WRLT full interview (128Kbps, 15.40 MB)
"TCB Yodel #9" only (128Kbps, 2.40 MB)


WCNR logo On Friday, June 22, 2007, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest on Charlottesville, VA, radio station WCNR's "The Corner Lounge." The appearance was in promotion of the show at the Outback Lodge in Charlottesville that evening.

In addition to the interview, the live Tough It Out version of "Baby Please Don't Go" and the About Time version of "I Just Had To Laugh" were played. The entire visit, minus the songs, is available as a 9-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a webcast).

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On Friday, March 2, 2007, Webb Wilder was an on-air guest at WMNF community radio station in Tampa, FL, to promote their show at Skipper's that evening.

In addition to the interview, the CD versions of "Mary Lou/Move It," "You Might Be Lonely For A Reason," and "I'm Burning" were played. The entire visit, minus the songs, is available as a 13-minute MP3 download here (recorded from a webcast).

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WEVL logo On Thursday, January 25, 2007, Webb Wilder and the Beatnecks (Jimmy Lester, George Bradfute, and Tom Comet) performed on-the-air at WEVL radio station in Memphis, TN, to promote their show at the Gibson that evening.

They performed acoustic versions of "You Might Be Lonely For A Reason,", "I Just Had To Laugh," "TCB Yodel #9," and "I'm Burning." The entire visit is available as an MP3 download here (recorded from a webcast).

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Roanoke Times logo
The Roanoke Times posted this podcast interview with Webb Wilder from April 19, 2007, promoting his show at The Coffee Pot.

Webb Wilder podcast from The Roanoke Times (22.4 MB)


WLVR logo On February 7, 2008, Webb Wilder was interviewed for the show FRITZROCKS on WLVR, the Lehigh University radio station in Bethlehem, PA.

WLVR Interview Part 1 (26.4 MB)
WLVR Interview Part 2 (28.6 MB)


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Webb on XM
For many years, Webb Wilder could be heard daily on XM Radio channel 12, X Country.
Unfortunately, his tenure there came to an end in November 2005.

In between songs, Webb sometimes played guitar while talking.
The clips below showcase Webb's playing, both acoustically and electrically.


Webb Wilder, Last of the Full Grown Men audio excerpts!

Webb Wilder interview on WDVX, October 9, 2004. Enjoy!


Here are MP3s of the "Webb Wilder Speaks" tracks from the "Cold Front" promo CD single.

And here are MP3s of the tracks from the "Human Cannonball" promo CD single.


Webb and Ted Webb and Ted

The short movie "Horror Hayride," directed by Stephen Mims and starring Webb Wilder, contains an otherwise-unreleased song sung by Webb and Ted Roddy called "TCB Yodel #9", which has the great chorus, "If You Don't Think Elvis Was #1, You're Full of #2". Here is an MP3 of the song, with some of the movie dialogue leading up to it.

To save the MP3 to your hard disk, right-click on the track name and choose "Save target link..." or whatever similar option you have.


Heroes
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Webb as 'Cowboy'
The 1992 movie Paradise Park includes Webb Wilder as the character "Cowboy." The movie has been released on DVD as Heroes of the Heart. The closing song for the movie was called "Paradise Park" and was written and performed by Webb Wilder and Park star Larry Groce.

To save the MP3 to your hard disk, right-click on the track name and choose "Save target link..." or whatever similar option you have.


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Last updated 7-MAR-2014 16:37:36.49.