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About the video

Bluegrass First Class is pround to present The Daryl Webb Band in their first
bluegrass festival performance singing "Rough Edges".  As you can hear and
see there is no rough edges on this band.   Daryl and his band are smooth as
you can be.

The Band:  Darrell Webb - Mandolin, Lead Vocal, Jake Joines - Resonator Guitar
Jeremy Arrowood - Bass, Harmony Vocal, Jarrod Hensley - Guitar
Chris Wade - Banjo


About the artist

For years Darrell Webb has wowed audiences with his stellar vocals and
lightning fast instrumental compositions.

The 36-year-old West Virginia native started playing mandolin when he was 8
and soon picked up banjo and guitar as well.  When he was 19, Webb joined the
Lonesome River Band, replacing Dan Tyminski. Two years later, he was in J.D.
Crowe’s New South. Since then, Webb has played guitar in Rhonda Vincent’s
Rage and, in 2008, he became lead vocalist and guitarist in Michael Cleveland’s
Flamekeeper band.

As the leader of his own band he has shed the skins of traditional standards and
fused elements of his many favorite genres to produce music that really has yet
to be defined.

The Darrell Webb Band is best described as a grouping of highly energetic
masterful musicians that rebel against any one standard of musical definition.
Their unique use of nearly invisible wireless microphones allows the band to not
only own the stage but over-take it completely. Their act is jam packed with such
intensity crowds are left wanting more every night. You haven't seen live music
until you have seen the Darrell Webb Band live.

The Darrell Webb Band’s first album, Bloodline, was released in June 2010 by
Rural Rhythm Records. The recording features songs written by Larry Cordle
and Connie Smith, among others, and Adam Steffey contributed the liner notes.