The Warren Brothers
|Genres:||Country & Bluegrass|
Brad (1969, Tampa, Florida, USA) and Brett Warren (b. 1971, Tampa, Florida, USA) were raised in Tampa, Florida and showed early interest in music. Brad played ukulele from the age of three, later moving to the guitar. They sang and played with local bands, Brad singing and playing lead guitar while his younger brother sang and played harmonica and rhythm guitar. They wrote songs, which they performed themselves and which were also taken up by other artists, including Lynyrd Skynyrd and Tim McGraw. In their songwriting they also collaborate with Marty McIntosh, bass player with their band. They have shared stages with noted artists, playing as opening act for the McGraw and Faith Hills Soul2Soul tour in 2000 and also opened for Brooks And Dunn.
In the mid-90s, the brothers had moved to Nashville, Tennessee, and they later appeared as judges on the television series Nashville Star. Their popularity on this show and the ease with which...