A Doo Dad promotional clothespin. Yes, seriously.
|Webb Wilder on the cover of Pollstar Magazine.|
Thanks to Jim McKelvey, here are scans of the two sides of the Webb
Wilder flip-book that contained two novellas featuring "Webb
Wilder: The Last of the Full-Grown Men."
In addition to the book, there were plans for a radio series featuring Webb Wilder. Click here to read about the projects!
New!! On that page, you'll also find scans of the booklet from a promotional CD of music from the series. Thanks scans are courtesty of Steve Bowman.
|Thanks to Randy Marley, here's a picture of a ticket for Webb's March 11, 2006, show at Knuckleheads in Kansas City, MO.|
|Here are scans of the sleeve for the 1980 EP released by The Drapes, one of the bands Webb Wilder was in before he was Webb Wilder.|
|A hand-drawn flyer advertising an October 26, 1992, show in Chicago, IL.|
|A flyer advertising an October 12, 1992, show at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY.|
|Here are four guitar picks from Webb Wilder. The one on the left was used by Webb Wilder in 2002. The other three are from Webb Wilder, circa 1992, and were used by Webb Wilder, Rich Ruth (bass), and Donny Roberts (lead guitar). Thanks to Curt Ladnier for the '92 picks.|
|More picks used by "The Twangler" (Donny Roberts).|
|Thanks to Jim McKelvey, here are scans of the cardboard CD case for the UK single releases of "Human Cannonball", backed with "Wild Honey", and "Cold Front", backed with "What's Gone Wrong With You?".|
French It Came from Nashville sticker. Antoine de Caunes is a popular French film actor. His quote translates to something like this:
Everyone who has heard this has become a nutcase. It is a great rock 'n roll record.
Thanks to Jim McKelvey!
U.S. Hybrid Vigor sticker. Thanks to Jim McKelvey!
German Hybrid Vigor sticker advertising tour with Jason and the Scorchers. Thanks to Jim McKelvey!
|Thanks to Jim McKelvey, here are scans from the Japanese CD release of Hybrid Vigor. The first image is the obi strip (advertising that wrapped around the front of the CD case. The second image is part of the Japanese lyric sheet, showing the lyrics in Kanji. The third image is the inside of the CD booklet, showing the song titles in Kanji.|
|Thanks to Jim McKelvey, here is a scan of a 1996 compilation CD distributed by New Country and sponsored by the Ford Motor Company that contains the Webb Wilder track "Tell Me Why, Charlene." As you can see, Webb is pictured on the cover of the CD case. This CD was labeled volume 3, number 8. (Click on the image to view a larger version.)|
|Here is an old T-shirt order form, dating from 1986. It was included as an insert in the original It Came from Nashville LP release by Landslide Records. Pretty funny form! Thanks to Jim McKelvey for the scan.|
|Here is a flyer from Watermelon Records promoting the CD reissue of It Came from Nashville, with its bonus tracks. Thanks to Curt Ladnier.|
|Here is a Webb Wilder mini bumper sticker. The actual size of the sticker is 4.5 inches x 3 inches. Thanks to Linda for the scan.|
|Here is a rare, green version of the Webb Wilder mini bumper sticker.|
|Here is the new 2006 Webb Wilder mini bumper sticker (4.5 x 3 inches).|
Webb-related license plates owned by a Webb fan
|A postcard to be sent in to join the Webb Wilder mailing list. Contributed by Curt Ladnier.|
|A postcard promoting 1993 Doo Dad concert dates. Contributed by Curt Ladnier.|