A nation singer and songwriter, Austin Webb was created in Greenville, SC, and he was raised listening to vintage sides of nation, Motown, rock and roll, and R&B. He began composing poetry at age nine, and understood he wished to be a author of some sort, which was resolved when he got a acoustic guitar at age 16, and his globe became about composing songs. He relocated to Atlanta and started gigging along the coast, liberating several early self-employed albums, Written Pictures in 2007 and Holy Smoke cigarettes this year 2010. After earning a songwriting competition in Greenville, Webb made a decision to consider his shot at Nashville, and relocated there in 2011. After a demonstration of Webb’s music made it in to the hands of manufacturer Byron Gallimore, he was provided a posting and recording agreement with Gallimore and Jim Wilkes’ Streamsound Information, who promptly place him in the studio room. A debut one, “It’s All Great,” premiered by the end of the entire year in 2012.