Steve Warner paints vivid pictures of people and places. His songs are spiced with humor, emotion and color that conjures up writers like John Prine and Steve Goodman.  His lyrical word play can intrigue and inspire, make you laugh, and sometimes cry. A common thread in all of his songs is that they are universally accessible. And given his flair for melody, that makes them memorable. 


Warner has numerous credits and awards, including multiple covers of his songs by other artists.  One of his songs was recorded by members of the Drifting Cowboys—Hank Williams’ originial band.  His work has been published in Nashville, where he has co-written and maintained Music Row contacts. His music is played worldwide on countless stations that honor independent artists and formats.


Warner performs regularly throughout the mid-Atlantic region and beyond. Venues include festivals, coffeehourses, libraries, theaters, museums, wineries, special events and countless listening rooms. 


Warner has taught songwriting and conducted numerous workshops at The NewSong Festival, SummerSongs, and Craftworks. He has judged several contests, including the prestigious Songwriters Association of Washington’s Mid-Atlantic Song Contest. He Is a member of BMI, the Nashville Songwriters Association, International Folk Alliance, Songwriters Association of Washington, DC and the Washington Area Music Association.