Pat Webb


Pat Webb
Silver Lady and the Wild Stallion

Pat Webb's musical career spans five decades, as a performer (guitar, mandolin, singer), composer, and producer. But Webb is also published poet, with special interest in Southern culture and American Indian history. Many of his works of poetry exist in printed form as well as audio books with Webb narrating.

Two of Webb's noteworthy credits include composing original music in collaboration with Lakota Nation spiritual leader Leonard Crow Dog for the award-winning ecological film Let the Waters Run Free and composer of original music and narrator for the film Eagle Gone - A story about Midwestern American Indians. Webb is a life member of Red Hawk and the Native American Justice Circle founded by Apache spiritual leader Oowanah ("Chasing Bear"). On Silver Lady and the Wild Stallion Webb is accompanied by long-time friend and collaborator Allen Stratyner on Harmonica, Mike Butler on Mandolin, and Brent Bower on String Bass.