Webby was born and grew up in the UK of Jamaican parentage, the eldest of six children.
As a musician his roots lay in Blues, Gospel and then ventured into Reggae Soul, Rock and Contemporary music.
Webby’s early influences were, James Brown, Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield, Bob Marley.
At the tender young age of ten he played piano in church and school functions. He then went on in his teens to play in local pop and reggae bands.
His biggest success came when he became a member of reggae group Matumbi, who had hits such as “ After Tonight “’ “Man in me” “Point of View” just to name a few. Webby also had a solo hit with “ In the rain”
Webby’s keyboard playing was in in demand and featured on untold tracks from Lover’s Rock, Soul, Pop and Rock.
After a break from the music industry Webby began an enterprise called “Man on a mission”. His vision took on the journey of pioneering positive thinking in young people to pursue and recognising their real purpose in life.
With this mission he took on the mantle of embracing and encouraging young people to become constructive in a period when there were riots and social upheaval, initiating dialogue with Councils, Police and Youth and Community groups. Creating and innovating Youth and Community Projects, Motivational workshops and also working with disadvantaged young people in the care of local authority.
Trained as a “person centred” Counsellor Webby supports young people in the care system going through Psychological and Emotional trauma.
Webby’s new vision slogan and clothing line -Man Cap Boots and Yellow Mac embraces a concept of “ Ready Come Rain, Come Shine”. This is part of the Positive mind set projection for those in need of an alternative ethos, to get to grips with everyday life, set and determine their goal.
Altogether Webby is bringing Music, Culture , Lifestyle, affirming Peace, emphasising Participation and an Awakening in a time where opportunities appear limited. Are you ready to come on board?