Wariner Slated To Appear on 'A Prairie Home Companion'

Fender artist and Grand Ole Opry member Steve Wariner is slated to appear on A Prairie Home Companion this Saturday, Oct. 22 on local National Public Radio stations.

Wariner, who has charted 14 No. 1 hits – such as “Some Fools Never Learn,” “Small Town Girl” and “I Should Be With You” – will be featured in the APH episode along with acoustic duo Storyhill and Academy Award-nominated actor John Lithgow.

Held at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Minn., the radio show is the only live music and variety show that is currently aired nationwide.

Wariner won the Country Music Association’s Single and Song of the Year awards for his #1 hit, “Holes in the Floor of Heaven.”  As s songwriter, he penned the #1 songs “Longneck Bottle” by Garth Brooks and “Where The Blacktop Ends” by Clint Black.

He has four GRAMMY Awards including a Best Country Instrumental GRAMMY in 2010 for his tribute to Chet Atkins.


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