Executive Producer


Executive producer, David Webb grew up in Independence, KS. He started his multi-faceted career at age 16 by putting up show posters for legendary music impresario Jim Halsey; started his own booking agency, and then merged his agency with Lawrence, Kansas based "Mid-Continent Entertainment." They booked and promoted The Red Dogs, The Blue Things, The Flippers, The Skeptics, Becky Hobbs and her "Four Faces of Eve group," plus other national and regional acts. After relocating to Chicago, David worked with and promoted legendary blues artists Muddy Waters, Willie Dixon, Pine Top Perkins, Howlin' Wolf, and Mighty Joe Young, plus contemporary talents Pat Leonard ( producer/writer for Madonna) and his band “Trillion,” “Hounds,” and “Shoes.” Moving to “Celebration Productions,” he booked and promoted Pink Floyd, the Sex Pistols, John Hartford, Oak Ridge Boys, ELO, J. Geils, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Journey, REO, Heart, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger, Peter Frampton and many more.

As VP of Sales and Marketing at Ovation Records, David’s credits include the Kendall's GRAMMY/CMA song of the year “Heaven’s Just A Sin Away”, Joe Sun, Max D. Barnes, Vern Gosdin, and signing/co-producing Tantrum and Citizen. He licensed and signed Judas Priest to their first US record contract, as well as booking dates to bring the band to the US for their inaugural tour. David worked with Chicago DJ Steve Dahl and helped create the infamous "Disco Demolition" at Comiskey Park in Chicago, that drew over 50,000 Rock Fans to the ballpark to witness the "blowing up/destruction" of thousands of disco records in center field. The single "Do Ya Think I'm Disco," that was the Anthem of the Anti Disco Revolution , was produced by David and partner Tom Pabich . The single sold more than 500,000 copies , and became an instant classic. He served two terms as National VP of NARAS (the GRAMMYs), and became VP of sales and marketing at MCA/Churchill Records, where he worked with Roy Clark, Jimmy Dean, Hank Thompson, Ronnie Dunn and James Brown. He later became Mr. Brown's business manager.

After joining ABC/Satellite Music Radio Network, David consulted with more than 150 U.S. radio stations. He then became a GM/Group VP for radio stations in IL, MO, KS and OK. David then became an integral part of Jayhawk IMG Sports Marketing, and was able to grow their Radio Network from 24 to 34 station affiliates prior to his retirement in Dec. 2013. David spent seven years as a member of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Board of Directors where he served from 2014 until 2020. He helped develop, and implement "G Fest," a 3-day, 4-stage, 80-act outdoor festival in Muskogee. David was asked to rejoin the Board in January of 2023. He agreed to and has rejoined the OMHOF Board.
He is Co-producer and Line Producer of the award winning short film "Nanyehi" which was inducted into the Oklahoma Movie Hall of Fame on April 20, 2019. This will be David's seventh production of "Nanyehi-The Story of Nancy Ward" musical.