Parker Bryce Webb, born and raised in High Point, NC, pursued his passion for music at a very young age. While attending Wesleyan Christian Academy he participated and eventually lead the Chapel Service Praise Band through High School for nearly 800 youth weekly. After graduation, Parker received a full music scholarship to The College at Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, TX where he studied guitar and voice while also traveling on the weekends with the Seminary’s recruiting Praise and Worship Team. He was also the youth worship leader at First Baptist Church Dallas, TX and First Baptist Church Aledo, TX.
In 2008 Parker joined the 30-year legacy of music ministry with his parents Rick and Phyllis Webb singing Inspiration Christian Music around the world. He has been afforded the opportunity to tour the Coast to Coast across the United States and Canada, Europe, and certain parts of the Middle East. A few places Parker has performed over his career consist of Freedom Hall Arena Louisville, KY, Air Canada Center Toronto, Canada, The LeConte Center Pigeon Forge, TN, First Baptist Church Jacksonville, FL, Shadow Mountain Community Church El Cajon, CA, First Baptist Church Spartanburg, SC, The Gospel Music Convention of Scotland, The Duke Energy Center Raleigh, NC Southern Baptist Convention in Phoenix AZ, Greensboro Coliseum Greensboro, NC, First Baptist Church Orlando, FL, Turning Point Holy Land Tour (Israel), Main Stage at the National Quartet Convention Louisville, KY, The Gatlinburg Convention Center Gatlinburg TN, The Gaylord Opryland Convention Center Nashville, TN, and various venues across Canada. Some of the acclaimed people he has worked with are Governor Mike Huckabee, Dr. David Jeremiah, Governor Chris Christie, Kathy Ireland, Kirk Cameron, Will Graham, Governor Nikki Haley, Dr. Mac Brunson, and Dr. Paige Patterson.
Parker has recorded 8 full-length records and 1 live DVD with recording label Song Garden Music Group. He has also been honored with a #1 song, Every Knee Shall Bow, on www.MusicToRadio.com in 2010 pulling from 3,600 radio stations world wide. While touring 150 concerts, singing to over 100,000 people annually, he consults for theaters, churches, and amphitheaters on Audio, Video, Lighting and Acoustical Treatment.
Today, Parker resides in Decatur, Alabama with his wife, Melodi Waldrep Webb and son, Parker "Bryce", Jr.