Country stars Austin Webb and Cam performed for large crowds at the Highway 10 Country Fest as part of the Emery County Fair. The free concert offered hours of entertainment for those in attendance.
Webb grew up in Greenville, S.C. enjoying healthy doses of Motown, R&B, rock and retro country from the ’50s, ’60s and ’70s. He also loved authors like Oscar Wilde, O. Henry, Walt Whitman and Dylan Thomas, and started writing poetry at nine-years-old.
After winning a local South Carolina songwriting competition called the Nashville Connection, Webb moved to Nashville. The demo he made during the contest made its way into the hands of Grammy award-winning producer Byron Gallimore, who immediately offered him a publishing deal.
Cam is a native of California and attributes her heritage in shaping her music. She is best known for “Burning House” and “My Mistake”, the singles from her first EP “Welcome to Cam Country.” Cam is among the newest artists on the Arista Nashville record label, which home to stars Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood.