Webb Pierce (8 August 1921 - 24 February 1991) was an American country music singer.
Born Webb Michael Pierce in West Monroe, Louisiana, he became a star performer on the Louisiana Hayride and one of country music's most popular honky tonk songsters. He was a regular performer on the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee. His biggest hit, 1953's "There Stands the Glass" is regarded as one of country's classic "drinking songs". Other hits included "In the Jailhouse Now", " More and More", "Backstreet Affair", "Why, Baby, Why", ?Oh, So Many Years", and ?Finally?, the latter two being duets with Kitty Wells. In 1958, he recorded a rockabilly record "The New Raunchy"/"I'll Get By Somehow" for Decca under the name 'Shady Wall'.