Steve Wariner Launches New Mobile Website, Celebrates With Free Ringtone, Contest, Videos

Steve Wariner Launches New Mobile Website,
Celebrates With Free Ringtone, Contest, Videos

  NASHVILLE, Tenn. — GRAMMY-winning guitar master Steve Wariner is launching a new mobile website and to celebrate, he’s offering fans a free ringtone, new instructional video clips and the chance to win multiple prizes.

The mobile website launches March 1.  Fans simply need go to on their mobile phones where they will automatically be directed to the mobile site.  Once there, they will have free  access to all the latest news from Wariner, as well as bio, tour and ticket info, all from the convenience of their mobile phone.

Wariner’s new single, Brother Can You Spare A Cup of Gasoline  — currently available on itunes, and more — will be offered as a free ringtone.  Fans can hear the song on the website “jukebox.”

From their computer, fans visiting can join the community at no charge, where Wariner is continuing his popular instructional videos, beginning on March 1 with the song “Sails”.  In addition to up-close instruction, Wariner offers insights and stories behind the songs. More clips will be added in subsequent weeks.

By signing in to the community, fans are entered into a contest in which they become eligible to win a signed Steve Wariner guitar, two tickets to the Grand Ole Opry with backstage tour to meet the Country Star (does not include hotel or travel), signed lithographs of Wariner’s art or free guitar lab cds.  The contest runs until June 1.

About Steve Wariner

Steve Wariner is a four-time GRAMMY winner, having won in 1992 for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals; and in 2000 and 2009 for Best Country Instrumental Performance, before his Chet Atkins tribute earned him the Country Instrumental GRAMMY in 2010.  His current release, Guitar Laboratory, is an eclectic instrumental collection with styles ranging from country to rock, jazz to classical, and even Hawaiian.

During his career he has charted over 30 top-10 singles, including 18 #1 hits–songs like “Some Fools Never Learn,” “Small Town Girl,” “The Weekend,” and “I Should Be With You.”  In 1998 he won the Country Music Association’s Single and Song of the Year awards for his #1 hit, “Holes in the Floor of Heaven,” which was also the Academy of Country Music’s Song of the Year in 1999.  He joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1996.

As a songwriter, he has earned 16 BMI Country Awards over the last three decades, in addition to his 15 Million-Air Awards, for songs receiving over one million on-air plays.  With 15 Million-Air Awards, Steve has reached a rare plateau achieved by only a fraction of BMI writer/artists including Chuck Berry, Stevie Nicks, Randy Owen, Hank Williams, Jr., Mike Love of the Beach Boys and Steve Winwood. 

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