Steve Wariner

About Steve Wariner:

Twenty albums into his five-decade career, Steve Wariner still has plenty of musical tricks up his sleeve. The award-winning multi-instrumentalist recently released his latest project, All Over the Map, an exhilaratingly diverse 12-song album, spanning country, bluegrass, rock, jazz and pop that showcases the dazzling, innovative guitar work for which he is most well-known. The now Grand Ole Opry member was discovered by the legendary Dottie West at just 17 years old as he played a set in an Indiana club. West hired him on the spot to be her bass player, a gig that lasted three years. That opportunity would lead to Wariner being commissioned by his idol Chet Atkins to play bass in his band. It was Atkins that eventually signed Wariner to his first recording contract at RCA in 1977 and produced Wariner’s first recording session at the historic RCA Studio B. Since that day, Wariner has become a modern day multi-genre icon earning fourteen #1 hits, over 30 Top 10 hits, three Gold albums, four GRAMMY Awards three CMA Awards, one ACM Award, a Christian Country Music Association Award, a TNN/ Music City News Award and 15 BMI Million-Air Awards. Wariner is also a member of the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame, the National Thumbpickers Hall of Fame and the Music City Walk of Fame. All Over the Map is available now at all digital retailers and streaming services. For more information on Steve Wariner, visit:

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Photo Credit: David McClister
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