BOB WEBB started playing with blues and pop bands in 1965 and turned professional in 1967 with soul band Stevie’s Fix (aka The Fix). Latterly Steve was replaced by Mike Sweeney, famous lead vocalist of Manchester band The Salford Jets. Stevie’s Fix are featured on the Manchester Beat website :- Manchester Beat
In 1975 he started to write his own songs as part of the song writing team Snelson, Webb and Culley, for a folk band called Millers Thumb.
Eight years later in 1983, Bob started to write rock songs for his own band, A Band Called Doris.
Then it was back to the folk world again, writing pretty modern folk songs for Fernery Fair(1988)
In the period from 1990 to 2000 came Invisible People and The Bob Webb Project together with the duo Webb & Peach, featuring Richard Peach.
Later came The Horlix Brothers, which disbanded a few years ago, Bak-a-Gen, which ceased performing in 2011 and Spyder, which was on the road from 2009 until 2013.
An experiment involving the combining of poetry and music led to the formation of Roberts & Webb in 2004 which, with the addition of Ian Murfitt, became Lost in The Mist in 2008.
Since then Lost in The Mist has featured various ‘guest artists’.
To keep the Lost In The Mist sound fresh and lively, the line-up changes approximately every two years. Dave Roberts left the band in July 2017.
And, as if all this wasn’t enough, Bob has made many live solo appearances over the years, working with lots of American vocal bands on tour in the UK, as well as supporting many top bands, both here and abroad.
He has also produced many albums and CD’s over the years and has his own studio near Sandbach, Cheshire.