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Nicholas "Nick" Webb (born 1954 – February 5, 1998) was an English acoustic guitarist, composer, and co-founder of contemporary jazz group Acoustic Alchemy. Webb was the nephew of actress Sylvia Syms and appeared as a child in The Punch and Judy Man, British comedian Tony Hancock's second starring vehicle, in which Syms played his wife.

Nick Webb studied jazz guitar at Leeds College of Music. He died of pancreatic cancer and is survived by his wife, Kay, and daughter, Alexandra.


There's that terrible thing if you get a delay before you go on — there's another band or somebody wants to make some announcements — and your stomach is like butterflies and there's always that bit where we say to each other, "Why do we do this as a job? Why do we put ourselves through this?" And there's a moment you just wish you had a desk job and you never had to go under pressure. And after the show, of course, you love it. It's wonderful.[1]


  1. ^ Best Kept Secret (DVD) at time index 12:14-12:42

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