Ryan Webb grew up in the hard, working-class neighborhoods of Chester, Pennsylvania, escaping with dreams of rock 'n' roll. An older brother wasn't so lucky, eventually being sentenced to a lengthy incarceration for unspecified crimes, prompting Ryan to join their first names for his stage identity as a sign of support. Now an accomplished singer-songwriter with 11 albums to his credit, Ryan mines the world of his youth for his disaffected tales riddled with ghosts, disappointments, lost chances, and mistakes. The glimmers of hope are slender, but often radiant, with soaring anthems sometimes reminiscent of U2 riding his raspy voice and intense delivery, earning comparisons to the likes of Steve Earle and Bruce... More >>>