A Little Background About Wayne Warner
Getting to this point in his career has certainly been an interesting journey. His music career began at a very young age in rural Vermont where he grew up listening to the music of country legends Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash and Emmylou Harris. Wayne Warner was immersed in the traditional country music of his father’s successful family band, known simply as the “Warner Band.” At the age of six, he became an official member of the band. “I performed for the first time with my father’s band at Buzzy’s Barn Dance in VT. It was a real barn, the silo was the stairway and the cows were under the stage. Then in 1972, the Warner family constructed Warner's Dance Hall, the largest dance club in the state of Vermont seating 500 people. Wayne loved performing in the band, packing the Dance Hall each weekend.
Join me tonight on The Paige Roberts Show when I will talk to Wayne about his career and about his adopting his boys. See you tonight! Thank you again for your support on Intercomm Radio Network and for tuning in to The Paige Roberts Show! Be sure to follow us on facebook @ The Paige Roberts Show, and @ Intercomm Radio Network.