Voting Begins Feb. 3 and Runs Through Feb. 28 at SteveWariner.com!
“I’m always hearing from my fans that they loved all the songs I performed in concert, but they wish I had performed one particular song or another,” said Wariner. “I want to give them a voice in this year’s set list, and hopefully their song will make the cut. I can’t wait to see what they choose!”
Voting begins today, Monday, Feb. 3, and will continue through Friday, Feb. 28, 2014. To vote, fans should visit www.SteveWariner.com, go to the “Contact” section, fill out the form, and vote for up to five songs in the body of their message. Only one vote per e-mail address will be allowed. No votes will be accepted aftermidnight/central time on Feb. 28. A list of Wariner’s hit singles and songwriting credits can be found on the website in the “About Steve” section.
“Of course, I’ll also perform several songs from my new CD, It Ain’t All Bad, as well as an instrumental or two,” continued Wariner. “And since Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, the Del McCoury Band, Peter Tork, and Don Williams have all recently recorded my songs, I might occasionally perform my versions of those songs as well. I am really excited to create this set-list based on what I hear from the fans!”
The following concerts are the first to be on sale, with more dates to be announced soon:
04/05/2014: Schroeder Dance Hall (Goliad, TX)
04/26/2014: The Grand Theatre (Cartersville, GA) - acoustic show
05/08/2014: Birchmere Music Hall (Alexandria, VA)
05/09/2014: American Music Theatre (Lancaster, PA)
07/12/2014: Sealybration (Sealy, TX)
07/25/2014: Country Tonite Theatre (Pigeon Forge, TN)
08/02/2014: Blue Bonnet Palace (Selma, TX)
Of special note: the May 8 date is the first time in his distinguished career that Wariner will perform at the Birchmere Music Hall. In addition, Wariner returns to the Grand Ole Opry on Feb. 7-8. For show times and ticket information, visitwww.Opry.com.
Wariner recently interviewed with MusicRadar.com about ten essential guitar albums he recommends to music fans. Among the artists with albums on his list are Duane Allman, Chet Atkins, Eric Clapton, Jimi Hendrix, Jerry Reed, the Texas Troubadours, and Merle Travis, among others. Check out the complete list and interview HERE.
Wariner has won four GRAMMY Awards, four CMA Awards, and one ACM Award. The Grand Ole Opry member has had 14 No. 1 hits, more than 30 Top Ten hits, and 15 BMI Million-Air Awards for writing songs that have been played more than one million times on radio. He has been inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame, National Thumbpickers Hall of Fame, and Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. In addition to writing many of his own hits, Wariner has written or co-written songs that were recorded by Clint Black (including the No. 1 hit "Nothin' But the Taillights" and the Top 5 hit "Been There"), Garth Brooks (the No. 1 hit "Longneck Bottle"), Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, the Del McCoury Band, Peter Tork, Keith Urban (the No. 1 hit "Where the Blacktop Ends"), Bryan White (the Top 20 hit "One Small Miracle"), and Don Williams, among others.
For more information, visit www.SteveWariner.com. Follow him on Facebook atwww.Facebook.com/pages/Steve-Wariner, on Twitter @SteveWariner, on Instagram at instagram.com/stevewariner#, and on YouTube at youtube.com/stevewarinerofficial. Check out lyric videos to all his songs on It Ain't All Bad atwww.vevo.com/artist/steve-wariner.