Abby Webster’s Candid Music Strikes a Nerve

The multi-instrumentalist creates visceral songs about love, loss, and life.
Abby Webster is hunkering down at her Wilson cabin to work on a new record. (Courtesy photo)

by | Sep 29, 2020 | Local Music, Music

Dark humor, philosophy, metaphor and wisdom all find a home in Abby Webster’s music. The Midwest transplant moved to Jackson two years ago, by way of San Francisco, where she taught herself to play guitar and ukulele. She discussed how dark times early in life, the streets of a vibrant city, and spiritual connections all play major roles in shaping the music she makes.

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