Songwriter, singer, and guitarist Warren Silvers is a man of a soothing voice and guitar playing skills of a professional. He takes the stage by a storm and sets a perfect example of how to rock a gig.
Warren was deeply attached to music at a very young age and grew up listening to legendary musicians such as Johnny Cash, Hank Williams Jr., Charlie Daniels, Waylon Jennings, and Lynrd Skynrd. The musical influences clearly manifest in his own compositions and vocal style. He has soaked the best of these veteran artists within his soul and the result is excellent music.
The best thing about Silvers is his versatility when it comes to musical compositions. He has written songs of all kinds which include modern rock like “Don’t Touch My Truck” and “Redneck Branded For Life”, fan favorite ballads such as “Country Things” and a soul shaking song which he wrote for his handicapped son- “My Son”.
Warren was raised in Moundville Alabama and then moved to Florida later on. In 2009 he moved to Nashville and started working as a songwriter while he took in everything he could find about the musical industry, and grew his experience. In 2012 he moved back to Florida and immediately started a band which has been performing frequently since then. His efforts and dedication has finally paid off today as he has built a huge fanbase.
While Warren’s band plays his original compositions at gigs and shows they also perform cover songs of many famous bands such as Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, David Allen Coe, Toby Keith, Trace Adkins, John Michael Montgomery, Hank Williams Jr, Brooks and Dunn, Montgomery Gentry, Eric Church, John Anderson, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban, Luke Bryan, Randy Houser, Jake Owen, George Straight, Alan Jackson, Jamey Johnson and many more.
Today Warren has 37 original songs to his credit and has signed several publishing deals with three different publishers from Nashville, all of them major record label producers.
Warren has toured to promote his album in Ohio, Texas, Georgia, and Florida and has shared the stage with Nashville Recording Artists Confederate Railroad, Kentucky Headhunters, Molly Hatchet, Marshall Tucker Band, Low Cash Cowboys, Gary Allen, Billy Currington and others.