“Fans of Webb will be well pleased with the dozen songs (on From Rock-N-Roll To Bill Monroe) and familiar with the sound the guitarist has established over the years. He puts a nice touch on standards such as 'High Lonesome' and his rhythmic touch on clawhammer banjo for 'Shady Grove' gives listeners a fresh take on a jam session favorite.”
— Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine
“If anyone can breathe life into a song then Tommy Webb is the man, I think everyone can relate to this song about Tommy starting out singing Rock & Roll to singing songs by the legendary Bill Monroe.
“Tommy Webb is one of those singers who can evoke pure emotion with every note. Whether it's an upbeat, driving bluegrass tune or one of those heartbreakers like Teardrop Inn, Tommy makes you believe he's lived every line. Tommy Webb is truly a great voice in bluegrass music!
“Tommy Webb is one of those rare ‘Down to Earth, No Sugar Coating’ talents that comes along once in a grand while that grabs you and makes you listen. His style is his own, his voice, well, it's Tommy, not too polished, not too rough just character, the way I like to hear singing and playing, and in today's market that is a wonderful thing, sitting him apart, already from a large group of singers. This is the third CD of Tommy's that I have been a part of, and from that first time I hit the record button and heard him sing, I knew that I, along with the rest of the bluegrass and acoustic music world would be hearing a lot more from this guy, and hopefully I would be involved!
— Ron Stewart, Producer / Musician
“The material he has gathered for HEARTLAND is very high quality, with a strong overlap with country music, although the treatment is firmly bluegrass.
— MY KIND OF COUNTRY
“On his album Heartland, his first on Rural Rhythm, Webb once again expands on what we’ve come to know and kicks it up to a new level.”
— Today’s Country Magazine
“Tommy Webb is the Real Deal. Being from Eastern Kentucky, he lives and breaths Bluegrass Music. His new album "Heartland" on Rural Rhythm Records is his best material to date and sure to propel him back to the top of the Charts.”
“I love Tommy’s music, His music is hard driving and yet soothing and he has style of his own, when you hear Tommy sing you know it’s him right from the start, His voice was made for bluegrass music, When he sings a song Tommy make the song his own. Here at WMMT we can’t get enough of his music and the listeners request his music everyday. Tommy is most definitely a force in the bluegrass music world and will continue to be as long as he continues to sing bluegrass music.”
WMMT Radio 88.7
“Tommy Webb is a wonderfully talented and exciting new artist that I've become a big fan of. It is bands like his that keeps the heart of Bluegrass music beating strongly. Tommy's new song A Hard Row to Hoe - reaches the heart of the everyday man/woman's and their plight - working honestly for a living, enduring through hard times, just trying to survive, I think this tune is and will be, a definite hit among more than just Bluegrass fans, as it is already with me. Thanks Tommy and boys - for hittin' the nail on the head with this tune at this most difficult time in our beloved America and also the World.
“Bluegrass remains a relatively small sub-genre within the catch-all category of Americana. Judging by Tommy Webb’s Heartland, though, it’s as close to the soul and the soil of the nation as music can be. It’s music as unpretentious as an old barn, as real and as honest as a bountiful crop and the dirt it comes from.”
“Tommy Webb has a beautiful and authentic bluegrass voice that is a breath of fresh air in the music industry. The Eastern Kentucky native's new release "Heartland is a joyous celebration of life in the heartland of America, and it's an exciting and surprisingly satisfying musical adventure.”
“I didn't know there were Bluegrass singers like this anymore. I just love this CD Heartland. Ron Stewart has produced a great album. Tommy writes first rate songs and has a voice powerful enough to do without a microphone and plays a nifty guitar and clawhammer banjo. I particularly like the title track, Ricky Skaggs/Jim Rushing's ‘A Hard Row To Hoe’ and his take on Darryl Worley's ‘Good Day To Run.’ I look forward to a lot more from Tommy. This is excellent.
— Country Music Facts and News