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STEVE WARINER ASKS FANS TO HELP

STEVE WARINER ASKS FANS TO HELP CHOOSE SONGS FOR HIS CONCERT SET-LIST FOR THIS YEAR’S TOUR DATES
  Voting Begins Today (Feb. 3) and Runs Through Feb. 28 at SteveWariner.com
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Four-time GRAMMY Award winner Steve Wariner will be hitting the road once again in April, promoting his recently released album, It Ain’t All Bad.
For an artist who has achieved 14 No. 1 hits and nearly three dozen Top
Ten hits, creating a concert set-list can be quite the task. This year,
Wariner is asking his fans to help choose the songs that he will
perform on tour.

“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!”  

With
more than 50 hit singles to his credit, Wariner has a large selection
of songs for his fans to choose from. In addition, he has written or
co-written several hits for other artists, including “Longneck Bottle”
for Garth Brooks, “Nothin’ But the Taillights” for Clint Black, “One
Small Miracle” for Bryan White, and “Where the Blacktop Ends” for Keith
Urban (among others), so fans may choose to vote for those songs as
well. 

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 after midnight/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.

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