Save The Steel

Just a generation ago, steel guitar and fiddle players could be seen roaming free on Music Row and at watering holes throughout North America. These once thriving populations have been decimated in the modern era. Much of this can be linked to the rise of their natural enemies, the invasive species Ballcapus reversicus and Tyrannobeatus snap—both of which have reached epic infestation proportions throughout middle Tennessee.

But there is hope because together, we can make a difference by preserving these endanger species by listening to James Robert Webb.

As part of our commitment to conservation, every JRW track features these majestic creatures in their natural habitats, as God intended.

Be sure to check back for more information coming soon!

In the meantime, you can catch a glimpse of these rare creatures on these two tracks, carefully preserved and curated by TeamJRW:

Once thriving steel guitar and fiddle player populations are nearing extinction. Together, we can make a difference!
— James Robert Webb, Save The Steel Foundation
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