Steve wariner singles discographyalthough none of its singles went to number 1, the album accounted for consecutive no. after his stint with dottie west, steve wariner toured playing bass for grand ole opry star bob luman, and it was during this period that he was signed to rca records by chet atkins, with whom he toured internationally playing bass guitar in 1979. wariner scored a country top ten hit with "if i didn't love you" in the summer of 1993, but his record sales were declining. "suddenly steve: after a dry spell, steve wariner is back… in a big way"." he moved on to work as a sideman for bob luman and signed a singles deal with rca records in 1976.
Steve Wariner country music discography (DJ Joe Sixpack's Guide. wariner's version of "brand new life", used from 1986 to 1990, is the most widely recognized rendition of the song. redmond - working with chet atkins - an interview with steve wariner. wariner, along with lee roy parnell and diamond rio, recorded a cover of merle haggard's "workin' man's blues" as the fictional band jed zeppelin for the late-1994 tribute album mama's hungry eyes: a tribute to merle haggard. despite exiting arista in 1997, wariner made a guest appearance along with mac mcanally in the music video for sawyer brown's 1997 single "this night won't last forever", a cover of the michael johnson song. he was not signed to a recording contract since 1996, wariner had found success as a songwriter in nashville, including several singles between late 1997 and early 1998.
his final arista release, it produced no singles, although one of the tracks, "brickyard boogie", was nominated for best country instrumental at the 1997 grammy awards. rca released another couple of singles before finally issuing his debut album, steve wariner, in the fall of 1982. addition to writing or co-writing most of his own songs, wariner holds several writing credits for other artists, including number one hits for clint black and garth brooks, as well as singles for bryan white and keith urban. 23, while the next two singles became top 5 hits (the title track and "lonely women make good lovers"). several radio stations in the united states began to play the singles that wariner co-wrote along with the cochran duet in special airplay blocks.
wariner also co-wrote and played guitar on the track "more than just this song" from this same album. his first album for this label, steal another day, accounted for low-charting singles in "i'm your man" and "snowfall on the sand", both of which peaked in the fifties on the country singles charts. following it were five non-album singles, one of which ("the easy part's over") fell one space short of the top 40 on the billboard country charts. in 2008, wariner won his second grammy for best country instrumental, and third grammy overall, as one of several guitarists featured on the track "cluster pluck" from brad paisley's 2008 album play. in 1997, he sang with anita cochran on "what if i said," and the single topped the country charts in early 1998, just after garth brooks' recording of wariner's composition "longneck bottle" had gone to number one.