Hit singer songwriter Steve Wariner reminisces about the early days of his and Phil’s success, and they bond over the hilariously humbling moments that came early in their careers. Steve talks about his first days in Nashville as a 17 year old, working with Dottie West, Larry Gatlin, and Chet Atkins - who provided Steve with tons of wonderful experiences and tales to tell. Wariner shares stories of working with Garth Brooks early in the latter’s career, and how he knew he would turn into a superstar. Steve tells Phil about the time he got to write with one of his biggest heroes, Merle Haggard, and then performs the song they wrote, “When I Still Mattered To You.”
“’48 Ford” - Steve Wariner
“When I Still Mattered To You” - Steve Wariner
“Call Me The Breeze” (Lynyrd Skynyrd) - Phil Vassar, Steve Wariner
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