Steve Wariner Performed on “The Better Show”

Photographer: Joe Hardwick

Photographer: Joe Hardwick

Country music legend Steve Wariner performed his song “Arrows at Airplanes” on the nationally syndicated television program “The Better Show” on Friday, Dec. 6. You can view his performance here. The song is from his recently released album It Ain’t All Bad. Wariner produced the album and wrote or co-wrote all 12 songs.

While in New York City for the taping of “The Better Show,” Wariner also spoke with students at New York University’s (NYU) Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music about the art of songwriting at the invitation of adjunct professor and musician Mike Errico. After participating in Q&A with the students, Wariner performed two of his songs: “Tattoo of Life” (which he wrote with Max D. Barnes) and his hit “Two Teardrops” (which he wrote with Country Music Hall of Fame member Bill Anderson).

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 and free video guitar lessons, visit Tour dates for 2014 will be announced soon. Follow him on Facebook at, on Twitter @SteveWariner, on Instagram at, and on YouTube at Check out lyric videos to all his songs on It Ain’t All Bad at



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