JAMES ROBERT WEBB AND HIS SONG “AMERICAN BEAUTY” SET TO APPEAR ON BRAND NEW MUSCLE CAR: YENKO CAMARO
Country singer James Robert Webb will appear on the season finale of Brand New Muscle Car: Yenko Camaro tomorrow, Saturday, September 29. Webb makes a brief appearance while his song “American Beauty” ends the show.
Airing on the Velocity Channel, Brand New Muscle Car: Yenko Camaro premiered
in July and follows the Brand New Muscle Car crew as they build the
first new Yenko Camaro in 50 years. “I’ve always loved classic cars, and
I’m a Chevy guy,” Webb says. “So watching this expertly restored Yenko
find a new home was really cool experience. We had a blast playing at
the wrap party and can’t wait to see what’s next!”
With its driving backbeat and modern country twang, Webb’s song
“American Beauty” provides a fitting backdrop to end the show, which
ends with a completed rare Yenko Camaro — a car that typically fetches
between $250,000 and $500,000 at auction.
Webb released “American Beauty” on his third album Honky Tonk Revival.
The song quickly became a standout on the 2017 record. Webb also just
recently released new single “Now We’re Gettin’ Somewhere,” written by
Shawn Camp, Taylor Dunn, and Wynn Varble and produced by the legendary
You can see Webb and hear “American Beauty” on Brand New Muscle Car: Yenko Camaro tomorrow, Saturday, September 29 at 9:30 a.m. ET on the Velocity Channel.
About James Robert Webb: True to his blue-collar roots,
James Robert Webb walks the line between traditional and modern country
music. Raised on a small farm outside of Tulsa, Oklahoma, he grew
undeniably country roots while being influenced by Tulsa sound artists
as diverse as Bob Wills, Leon Russell and Ryan Tedder. His sound is
driven by his unique, indefinable voice and organic, neotraditionalist
style fused with modern production techniques. James’ 2016 debut,
Pictures, yielded two top 40 singles on the Music Row Country Breakout
Chart – “Makin’ Love Tonight” and “How That Feels.” Both singles also
broke the top 60 at Billboard indicator while the later gave James his
first top 40 as a songwriter. James’ current single “Now We’re Getting’
Somewhere,” was written by Shawn Camp, Taylor Dunn, and Wynn Varble and
produced by the legendary Buddy Cannon is currently impacting Country