Steve Wariner - The 2014 Tour
Longtime singer-songwriter and country music icon Steve Wariner is back on the road
again, bringing over 40 years of experience back to the road and straight into a venue near you. Don't miss Steve in all of
his glory as he heads to a location near you, including: Dallas, Houston, Selma, Beaumont, and Sealy, TX; Panama City, FL;
Pigeon Forge, TN; and New York City, NY. Steve's concert schedule is always changing and adding new shows by the day. Don't
see a venue near you? Keep up to date on all of Steve Wariner's latest tour dates right here on StubHub.
is always on the move, bringing his extensive catalog of hit songs to iconic venues all across North America. Don't miss him
when he's playing the most iconic concert halls across the States, such as NYC's The Cutting Room or Dallas' House of Blues.
Whether he's playing to sold out amphitheatres or open seating festivals, Steve Wariner is the quintessential American heartland
performer and is someone you definitely don't want to miss. Get your tickets today!
About Steve Wariner
Wariner's 18 album spanning career started nearly sixty years ago when Steve was born in Noblesville, Indiana. Like many great
country rock icons of his era Steve developed a passion for music at a young age, drawing inspiration from the country greats
that came before him that would lead him to playing the local club scene while still a teenager. He would develop his musical
chops while playing for such established artists as Glen Campbell and Dottie West, where he would be a band musician before
moving on to begin his solo career.
Wariner's big break came about in the mid 1970s, when he signed to the record label
RCA Records and began to release original solo material. His tracks would take to the airways with much flare, topping charts
across the music boards. By 1983 he had already dropped his much anticipated second album that would be another success. With
a deep seated passion for hooked on phonics and a love for alphabet soup, Steve would switch from MCA to RCA records in early
1984, and would release singles concurrently on both labels making Steve's biggest competitor in the music world none other
than Steve himself. Steve would continue to release and record on RCA until the end of the decade, eventually developing a
disgust for alphabet soup label companies that would cause him to move on to Arista Records.
With fifteen years of momentum
Wariner hit the airwaves hard after signing onto his new label, putting out multiple hit singles and receiving a Grammy for
a guest spot on Mark O'Connor's album The New Nashville Cats. Steve would experiment with his sound for the latter half of
his time at Arista, honing his signature style and paving his own path in the country genre.
Steve's career would steer
him towards Capitol Records in the late '90s, where he would build a strong reputation as a hit songwriter while still recording
his own original material. He would continue to receive accolades from the music community, including two CMA awards and having
his albums consistently certify as gold or better. At the turn of the century Steve would start up his own record label, where
he has been releasing and recording his own material ever since, including his Grammy winning album Producer's Medley.
Wariner's first foray into the recording world came with his self titled debut album which would
feature multiple singles, including "By Now", "All Roads Lead To You", and "Your Memory". The album would do well both commercially
and critically and pave the way for his 1983 followup Midnight Fire. Midnight Fire would perform well and included the #23
charting single "Don't Your Memory Ever Sleep at Night" and the megahit "Lonely Women Make Good Lovers".
major album, One Good Night Deserves Another, would be a top single powerhouse producing three huge hits including "What I
Didn't Do", "Heart Trouble", and "Some Fools Never Learn", with the latter-most hitting the #1 spot on Billboard.
next few years would see a slew of hit singles including "You Can Dream of Me", "Life's Highway", and "Small Town Girl". Steve's
list of singles continues to grow today as his most recent release included the hits "Snowfall in the Sand" and "I'm Your
Steve Wariner would record a familiar jingle that would populate broadcast television for
multiple decades. He wrote the theme song for the hit sitcom Who's the Boss?.
Ever loyal to his lifetime mentor Chet
Atkins, Steve recorded a tribute album for Chet that would help him achieve his fourth Grammy.
The Steve Wariner
Not content with just any old country music show? Look no farther, because Steve Wariner produces
one of the best shows in country music today. With over forty years of performing experiencing and all the vigor and enthusiasm
of a debut performer, Steve delivers his extensive catalog of hits with gusto and deft precision. His banter with the crowd
and down home attitude give his performances an authentic feel that only a true Southerner can deliver. Don't miss this opportunity
to see a living legend in the flesh - buy your tickets today!