Steve Wariner Announces Two Intimate Performances at Nashville’s Acme Feed & Seed
GRAMMY Winning Songwriter & Artist to Rock ‘The Hatchery’ on October 27 and November 10
NASHVILLE, TN (October 1, 2014) Acme Feed & Seed (located at 101 Broadway) and country music legend Steve Wariner are pleased to announce two intimate musical per-formances at Acme’s concert venue and event space on the third floor, The Hatchery, on October 27 and November 10.
The shows will give fans a behind-the-scenes look into Wariner’s musical world, spot-lighting songs and musical styles that influenced his career in addition to his beloved hits. Wariner will perform solo and in smaller musical collaborations with other musi-cians, surprise guest artists and songwriters, making each show unique. In true Acme-fashion, you never know who will jump on stage.
Steve Wariner is a four-time GRAMMY and CMA Award- winning artist who dominated country music radio in the ‘80s and ‘90s with 14 No. 1 songs and more than 30 Top Ten hits, including such classics as “Holes in the Floor of Heaven,” “Life’s Highway,” “The Weekened,” “I’m Already Taken,” “I Got Dreams,” “Small Town Girl,” “Two Teardrops,” “Some Fools Never Learn,” “Lynda,” and more. A native of Noblesville, IN, Wariner was discovered at age 17 by Dottie West who hired him on the spot as her bass player. He performed with West, Bob Luman, and Chet Atkins for several years before embarking on his legendary solo career. An award-winning songwriter, Wariner has also composed songs for Clint Black ( “Nothin’ But the Taillights”), Garth Brooks (“Longneck Bottle”), Bryan White (“One Small Miracle”), and Keith Urban (“Where the Blacktop Ends”), as well as artists such as Country Music Hall of Fame members Alabama, Kenny Rogers, The Statler Brothers, Conway Twitty, and Don Williams; pop music icon Peter Tork (of The Monkees); R&B singer Ruben Studdard; bluegrass music’s revered Del McCoury Band, and many more. Revered for his guitar talent, he was given the rare status of C.G. P. (Certified Guitar Player) by his mentor Chet Atkins. A member of the Grand Ole Opry, Wariner’s current album is It Ain’t All Bad. For more information, visit www.SteveWariner.com.
Acme Feed & Seed is a historic, restored three story building with a rooftop patio located at the corner of 1st and Broadway that invites to both locals and visitors to experience a new Nashville on Lower Broadway. Proprietor, Tom Morales (TomKats, Loveless Cafe, The Southern, Saffire) says, "Acme Feed & Seed will focus on the customer experience by identifying and ensuring that all contact points represent a genuine hospitality expe-rience by creating a unique 'Nashville' atmosphere that is local, authentic, fun and af-fordable while elevating the traditional honky-tonk experience."
Those in attendance will be some of the first to attend a show at Acme Feed & Seed's premiere music venue, The Hatchery which will be the largest one-level event and music venue on Lower Broadway. Inspired by the long-held moniker of the building as an ac-tual chick hatchery, this 7,000 square foot venue provides unparalleled character, his-toric charm and an open floor plan.
Tickets and more information are available by visiting: http://warineracme.eventbrite.com.