Singer/songwriter/storyteller and multi-instrumentalist, Steve Wariner, is a troubadour in the music industry and continues to inspire artists today. More than 20 albums and five decades into his career, Wariner has become a modern-day multi-genre icon, earning 14 No. 1 hits, over 30 Top 10 singles, three RIAA-certified Gold albums, the Minnie Pearl Humanitarian Award, four GRAMMY Awards, four CMA Awards, three ACM Awards, two TNN/Music City News Awards, a Christian Country Music Association Award, a CMA Triple Play Award, 15 BMI Million-Air Awards, and most recently, Country Radio Broadcasters bestowed Wariner as the recipient of the 2018 CRB Artist Career Achievement Award. In October 2019, he’ll be inducted into the prestigious Musicians Hall of Fame, and throughout his illustrious career, has been inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame, the National Thumbpickers Hall of Fame, the Music City Walk of Fame, and is one of only five guitar players in the world to be given the “Certified Guitar Player” (CGP) award by Chet Atkins.
Tune-in: Steve Wariner Readies for Social Media Live Streams with Gretsch Guitars, Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and #WarinerWednesday
An instrumentalist at his core and revered guitarist, Steve Wariner, continues to engage and connect with fans while not touring with nearly 1 million tuned into his #WarinerWednesdays live stream, which has included appearances from a few of his friends, including Garth Brooks and Clint Black. In addition to an all-new episode of #WarinerWednesday on June 24, Wariner will also take over Gretsch Guitar's Instagram account on Friday, June 26 for #FalconFriday to commemorate the White Falcon Gretsch® Chet Atkins gifted to Wariner. Next week, Wariner will also perform during The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum's Instagram Live on Tuesday, June 30. This interactive program is a spinoff of the museum’s popular Saturday Songwriter Session, a live performance—in which audience questions are welcome—offered weekly in the museum’s Ford Theater. The museum is currently bringing the program to fans through Instagram Live.
Four-time GRAMMY® winner Steve Wariner included long-time friend and collaborator Garth Brooks during the fifth episode of #WarinerWednesday on his Facebook series. Steve and Garth reminisced about the 22nd anniversary of Burnin' The Roadhouse Down, which included the title track duet with Brooks and also happened to be Steve's first album release with Capitol Records, Garth's label at the time. They also reflected about "Holes In The Floor of Heaven," and Garth's support for the single which went onto win 3 ACMs and 3 CMAs in 1998. In October, Garth inducted Steve into the revered Musicians Hall of Fame.
Four-time GRAMMY® winner and singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, Steve Wariner, will perform LIVE tonight at 7 p.m. CST for his first #WarinerWednesday on his Facebook page, where he'll engage with fans from his home studio. Prior to #WarinerWednesday, Steve will jump on American Songwriter's LIVE Instagram tonight at 6p CST for their "Behind The Mic" streaming series.
During the November 12th James Burton and Friends event, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Steve Wariner joined an incredible lineup of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame members and world-renowned guitarists, including Burton, Brian May of Queen, "Skunk" Baxter of Steely Dan, Sammy Hagar, Steve Cropper, as well as Tanya Tucker, and many more. The all-star event, which also included performances by Joe Walsh of the Eagles and Albert Lee, was hosted by Burton at The Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville. Proceeds benefited the James Burton Foundation by helping give the gift of music and guitars to school programs, hospitals for children and veterans nationwide.
Celebrate the holiday season with a special, intimate performance by four-time GRAMMY® winner Steve Wariner in Historic RCA Studio B on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. The evening starts with a brief tour of the studio at 7:00 p.m., culminating with Wariner performing original songs, holiday tunes and re-interpretations of classic hits recorded in Studio B.
Singer/songwriter/storyteller and multi-instrumentalist, Steve Wariner, becomes the latest inductee into the Musicians Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. Longtime friend and collaborator Garth Brooks inducted Wariner into the 2019 class and performed the multi-platinum No. 1 hit "Long Neck Bottle" with him, which Wariner co-wrote.