b. George Horace Webb, 8 Oct 1917, London, Britain. After playing piano around London, Webb was seduced with the revival motion and in 1942 shaped his personal traditional music group. The band became very popular with English enthusiasts, including over another couple of years leading lamps of the united kingdom jazz picture such as for example Wally Fawkes, Eddie Harvey, Owen Bryce and Humphrey Lyttelton. In 1948 Webb folded the music group, many of the people developing the nucleus of Lyttelton’s 1st music group, and thereafter he produced only occasional looks like a performer. Among these was a short go back to the picture as an associate of Lyttelton’s music group, but for probably the most component he focused on his actions as agent, supervisor and promoter. In the 70s he was once again carrying out, leading a music group including Sammy Rimington.