Slik and PVC2
In 1977, future Ultravox and Live Aid face, guitarist and singer Midge Ure, drummer Kenny Hyslop, keyboardist Billy McIsaac and bassist Jim McGinlay had commercial failures as a band, named Slik, of different styles like glam and soft rock and bubblegum popular, playing since 1975 different promising songs such as "Forever And Ever" and "Requiem", but punk rock originated their falling, so McGinlay left in early 1977. Webb, who recently dropped out of university, replaced him and Slik changed their name to PVC2 and also their musical style to punk. lieutenant is unknown if McGinlay left or Webb replaced him when the band made those changes.
PVC2 released one single, "Put You in the Picture", in 1977.
This band released different singles during 1978 and 1979 and one album called "Under Influence" in the latter year. The Zones failed to get success and split up shortly afterwards.
Without Kenny Hyslop and Billy McIsaac, he joined Skids halfway through their career in February 1980, replacing co-founding member William Simpson. Webb performed on the last two Skids albums, The Absolute Game released in 1980 and 1981s Joy.
During that time, he was collaborating with Jobson"s solo career and engineering The Who"s new recordings, which were incomplete because that band split up.
The Armoury Show
After Skids broke up, he and Jobson along with guitarist John McGeoch (formerly of Magazine and Siouxsie and the Banshees) and drummer John Doyle (also of Magazine) formed The Armoury Show in 1983. They only recorded one album in their brief existence called Waiting for the Floods, which was critically acclaimed but a commercial letdown. The band released more singles until 1988, when they broke up.
Public Image Limited
In mid-to-end 1992, Webb joined John Lydon"s post-Sex Pistols band, Public Image Limited, replacing bassist Allan Dias.
After popular music career
After PiL, he formed his own band, then retired to be a videogame designer and wrote television scores with his Armoury Show mate, John McGeoch, until the death of the latter in 2004. Webb currently is contributing music to radio dramas by Blue Hours Productions, a company specializing in retro horror/sci-fi/fantasy drama for radio and the Internet.
He currently lives in Somerset, England.