Singer/songwriter/storyteller and multi-instrumentalist Steve Wariner joined Gretsch for #FalconFriday last week, treating everyone to a special story about how he acquired a unique Gretsch White Falcon from the late-great Chet Atkins. “I was downtown on Music Row in ’85 and we had a rehearsal,” said Wariner. “I didn’t have time to go home and get
Steve Wariner and his Gretsch G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville Gentleman graced the March cover of Vintage Guitar magazine. In an in-depth feature story, the country star dished on a range of topics including how his father influenced his music style early-on. “He’d show me his Chet [Atkins] albums,” said Wariner. “I’d listen to [Merle]
FOX17’s Eric Dahl caught up with Steve Wariner at the famed RCA Studio B in Nashville for a wide-ranging chat that included his early bass player days, memories of Studio A and working with Chet Atkins, his latest projects, collaborating with Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine and of course, his Gretsch G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville Gentleman.
Country great Steve Wariner discussed what inspired the design aesthetic of his new Gretsch G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville Gentleman with Premier Guitar’s John Bohlinger in a new episode of Rig Rundown. “Gretsch and I have a really long relationship,” said Wariner. “[Joe Carducci] said draw out some stuff and give us your wish list.
Gretsch celebrated the official launch of the Gretsch Steve Wariner Signature Nashville® Gentleman with Bigsby® at the Summer NAMM Show last week in Nashville with two special events. At an invite-only event Friday night at the Musicians Hall of Fame, Gretsch friends, family, dealers and media enjoyed an intimate and very special evening with the
In an exclusive new video interview, acclaimed country hitmaker Steve Wariner reveals his earliest memories of Gretsch and how a dream has come true with his new G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville® Gentleman with Bigsby® model. “When I was a boy, my dad would take me into the Vic Zinn music store in our hometown,"
Legendary guitarist Paul Yandell, known for his longtime rhythm role alongside Chet Atkins, passed away Monday morning in Hendersonville, Tenn., following a lengthy battle with cancer. Yandell was Atkins' right-hand man for over 25 years, but he has also played on records from Dolly Parton, George Straight, Perry Como, Steve Wariner, Mary Chapin Carpenter and
Gretsch player and country-music star Steve Wariner is slated to appear on the famed radio broadcast A Prairie Home Companion this weekend. The program can be heard on local National Public Radio stations live from 5-7 p.m. on Oct. 22. Wariner, who has charted 14 No. 1 hits - such as "Some Fools Never Learn,"
Photos by Donn Jones Photography The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum celebrated the grand opening of the Chet Atkins: Certified Guitar Player exhibit on Wednesday night with a private reception. Approximately 200 guests, including Fred Gretsch, Atkins' daughter Merle Russell, Duane Eddy and James Burton, were warmly greeted by museum director Kyle Young. “Chet