Known early in his life for his music performances on such 1970s Australian NWS-9 channel programs as Adelaide Tonight and Hey Hey It's Saturday, he later became a South Australia-based cleric in the Apostolic Church Australia.
In 1971, he and his brother and musical collaborator Keith Webb performed on an Australian television talent competition called New Faces.
While conducting research for a Nostradamus-based rock opera that he and his brother planned to compose, Webb converted to Christianity.
Following their 1976 wedding, he and his wife Christine (Chrys) welcomed a daughter named Lauren (born in 1979) and sons named Marc and Luke (born in 1980 and 1985, respectively).
At the age of seventeen, he became a junior host of the Australian television variety program Hey Hey It's Saturday. The show's regular host was Daryl Somers.