Four-time GRAMMY and CMA Award-winning country music singer/songwriter Steve Wariner will perform at the historic Franklin Theatre in Franklin, Tenn. on Friday, Sept. 20 at 8:00 PM/CDT. Tickets, which range in prices from $39-55, will go on sale on this Thursday, July 11 at 10:00 AM/CDT at www.franklintheatre.com.
Wariner will release It Ain’t All Bad, his first non-instrumental album in more than eight years on Sept.10. Wariner produced the album and wrote or co-wrote all 12 songs.
Wariner has won four GRAMMY Awards, four CMA Awards, and one ACM Award, among other awards. He is a member of the Grand Ole Opry and has been inducted into the Music City Walkway of Stars, the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame, and the National Thumbpickers Hall of Fame.
Wariner has placed 14 songs at No. 1 on the country charts: “Holes in the Floor of Heaven” (which won both the CMA Single and Song of the Year Awards and the ACM Song of the Year Award), “Tips of My Fingers,” “The Weekend,” “Life’s Highway,” “I Got Dreams,” “The Domino Theory,” “Some Fools Never Learn,” “You Can Dream of Me,” “Small Town Girl,” “Lynda,” “Where Did I Go Wrong,” “All Roads Lead to You,” “I Should Be with You,” and “What If I Said” (Duet with Anita Cochran). Wariner is also well-known for such hits as “Two Teardrops,” “I’m Already Taken,” “Kansas City Lights,” “Lonely Women Make Good Lovers,” “Leave Him Out of This,” “Burnin’ the Road House Down,” “Hold On (A Little Longer),” and more.
In addition to writing many of his own songs, Wariner has written hits for other artists including Garth Brooks (“Longneck Bottle”), Keith Urban (“Where the Blacktop Ends”), Clint Black (“Nothin’ But the Taillights”), Bryan White (“One Small Miracle”), and more. Fifteen of his compositions have been given BMI Million-Air Awards for being broadcast on radio in excess of one million times.
Wariner is an acclaimed guitarist who has released three successful instrumental albums: Guitar Christmas, Steve Wariner c.g.p….My Tribute to Chet Atkins (which includes the song “Producer’s Medley” which won the 2010 GRAMMY Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance), and Guitar Laboratory.
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