Steve Wariner

Steve Wariner

Steve Wariner, a FOUR time Grammy award winner, has rightfully earned the title of a true Country Legend. Wariner has released over twenty studio albums, and charted more than fifty singles on the Billboard Country Singles Charts. The multi-platinum recording Artist boasts fourteen Number ONE hits, including; "All Roads Lead To You," "Some Fools Never Learn," "You Can Dream Of Me," "Life's Highway," "Small Town Girl, " "The Weekend," "Lynda," "I Should Be With You," "I Got Dreams," "Where Did I Go Wrong," "The Domino Theory," "Tips Of My Fingers," "What If I Said"(Duet with Anita Cochran) and "Holes In The Floor Of Heaven."
Steve's "musical break" occurred when he was discovered by Dottie West at age 17, while playing in a club in Indianapolis. She hired him on the spot as her bass player, and he toured with her for three years. Steve went on to play bass in Bob Luman's band. Through guitar virtuoso Paul Yandell, he met his idol, Chet Atkins, who hired Steve to play bass in his band. Chet eventually signed Steve to his first recording contract at RCA in 1977.
In addition to Wariner's many awards, hit singles, and gold records - Steve's numerous television appearances include the popular shows: Today, CBS This Morning, The Late Show with David Letterman, and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He also recorded the theme song for ABC hit TV series, Who's The Boss.
Fast facts about Steve Wariner:
• "All Roads Lead To You" • "Some Fools Never Learn" • "You Can Dream Of Me" • "Life's Highway" • "Small Town Girl" • "The Weekend" • "Lynda" • "I Should Be With You" • "I Got Dreams" • "Where Did I Go Wrong" • "The Domino Theory" • "Tips Of My Fingers" • "What If I Said"(Duet with Anita Cochran) • "Holes In The Floor Of Heaven"
• I Am Ready (Arista) – certified 1994 • Burnin' The Roadhouse Down (Capitol) – certified 1998 • Two Teardrops (Capitol) – certified 2000
• Steve Wariner, c.g.p., My Tribute to Chet Atkins (2009/SelecTone) • This Real Life (2005/SelecTone) • Steal Another Day (2003/SelecTone) • Guitar Christmas (2003/SelecTone) • Faith In You (2000/Capitol) • The Ultimate Collection (2000/Hip-O)
• Two Teardrops (1999/Capitol) - GOLD • Burnin' The Roadhouse Down (1998/Capitol) - GOLD • Super Hits (1998/BMG) • The Hits (1998/MCA) • No More Mr. Nice Guy (1996/Arista) • The Best of Steve Wariner (1994/MCA) • Drive (1993/Arista) • I Am Ready (1991/Arista) - GOLD • Greatest Hits Vol. II (1991/MCA) • Christmas Memories (1990/MCA) • Laredo (1990/MCA) • I Got Dreams (1989/MCA) • I Should Be With You (1988/MCA) • Greatest Hits (1987/MCA) • It's A Crazy World (1987/MCA) • Down In Tennessee (1986/RCA) • Life's Highway (1985/MCA) • One Good Night Deserves Another (1985/MCA) • Greatest Hits (1985/RCA) • Midnight Fire (1983/RCA) • Steve Wariner (1982/RCA)
TV: Today, CBS This Morning, The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, CMA Awards, ACM Award. Recorded theme song for ABC hit TV series, Who's The Boss.
AWARDS: 4 Grammy Awards with 11 nominations, 4 CMA Awards, 1 ACM Award, 16 BMI Country Awards, 15 BMI Million-Air Awards, among others.

Bri Bagwell

If you ask Bri Bagwell where her current “home” is, you’ll most likely get a chuckle and a sigh. The Las Cruces, NM native will always be in love with her hometown, but she is in a 15-passenger white van or on an airplane more than she is anywhere else. The highway truly has become her home.

With more than 120 tour dates per year, Miss Bagwell describes performing as her “ultimate passion” in life. She also somehow finds the time to write for her publishing company (Sony ATV), by flying back and forth to Nashville during the weekdays for writing appointments. She started her band, awesomely titled “The Banned”, in 2011 after a top 10 finish on CMT’s Next Superstar, a singing competition and reality show.

She released her first album “Banned from Santa Fe” in summer of 2011, and a self-titled EP in September of 2013. Both have sold through multiple printings, and she has had impressive success on the Texas Music Chart, especially for a female. She has been named Texas Female Vocalist of the year for 2013 and 2014, but she says her biggest accomplishment is a full calendar of tour dates and a growing fan base.

She is booked by Red 11 Music out of Nashville, but she operates with no management or record label. Her popularity is 100% word-of-mouth and self-promotion. Not to say she isn’t hopeful for both of those in the future…

If you haven’t heard her before, check out her breakout single and video “Whiskey” and her latest single, “Crazy”. She has an earthy tone with tons of sass. Traveling non-stop in a van (full of boys) that needs oil changes more than once a month, she has earned respect in her scene and is ready to rise to the next level of country music stardom.

Be on the lookout for a new single and highly anticipated full-length album coming in Spring 2015.

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