Stan Webb is an award winning singer-songwriter, and to call him “one of a kind” would be an understatement. His bookcases in the den of his home in Lebanon, Tennessee are adorned with his many awards and framed photos of Stan with the who’s who of country music. Over Stan’s illustrious career, his songs have been recorded by Marie Osmond, T.G. Shepard, Terri Gibbs, The Forrester Sister’s, The Osmond Brothers, Silvia, Micheal Johnson, Pam Tillis, Kippi Brannon, John Anderson, Tracy Byrd, Jason Meadows, Jeremy Crady and others. Stan also had a cut in the movie THELMA AND LOUISE with a song co-written with
Pam Tillis. Stan’s signature song is the smash number one hit “I’m From the Country and I like It That Way.” The song was co-written by Marty Brown and recorded by recording artist Tracy Byrd in l997. In Stan’s own words, “The song was pitched like we pitched tunes in the old days. Me and Marty made an appointment with record executive and producer Tony Brown, and Marty sang the song live in his office.” The song was awarded SESAC‟s Song of the Year in 1998.
As a testimony to Stan’s songwriting success, he was presented with the SESAC “Legacy” Award in 2003, only the 3rd writer to receive it in 75 years.