Joyce Webb started singing when she was 3 years old at "Tourist Courts" in Texas, and she serenaded the soldiers for spare change. She loved it then and has continued singing ever since. She sang with the Marching band in school, had her first professional gig at age 14, and soon went on to have a local TV show in the Austin area with Cactus Pryor. "Now Dig This" was the show on local KTBC TV, and that soon lead to two singles of her own with Domino records. She was also on the Slades "You Cheated"- she was singing the Doo Wop in the background! She continued singing backups on many Domino sessions and had her own group the "Debs." Other credits include working with Bobby Doyle- starting with the Slades and continuing until his passing in 2007, a brief stint with the New Christy Minstrels, many 45's in the 60's and 70's, and the featured vocalist with the Houston Pops Orchestra for ten years. This page is focused on her individual recordings, with her name on the label. Trying to capture all the projects she was involved in over the years would be a daunting task. Join me as we review some of her solo efforts. For the full Domino Records story, click here. Joyce Webb graciously agreed to an interview with me
, listen to what she is doing now and some great history of her outstanding career.