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Wariner, however, continued to maintain his popularity through his instrumental talents.
One example was 1991's "Restless," a collaboration with Ricky Skaggs, Vince Gill and Mark O' Connor (from O' Connor's album The New Nashville Cats).
His first major recording contract was with RCA Records in 1978.
Steve Wariner (born Steven Noel Wariner, December 25, 1954, Noblesville, Indiana) is an American country music singer, guitarist and songwriter.
He was one of the most popular artists during the 1980s, thanks to a string of No. After his popularity waned somewhat during the mid-1990s, he enjoyed a resurgence thanks to his 1998 hit "Holes in the Floor of Heaven." Career Wariner began performing as a youth in his father's band and in local clubs.
In 1971, he was hired as a bassist for Dottie West's band.
He also worked heavily with Chet Atkins (one of his childhood influences) and he played with Bob Luman's band.
During his six-year stint with MCA, he scored 19 consecutive top 10 hits, eight of them going to No.