Steve Wariner is one of Nashville's most mild-mannered and soft-spoken artists, but beyond this simple humility lies a talent that continues to evolve and to create beauty. Indeed, Wariner is just as at ease penning the profound as he is crooning it. Not only that, he'll pick the song on his acoustic guitar with the skill of his mentor, Chet Atkins. Simultaneously piloting his new Selectone Records label, Wariner proves with his latest release, Steal Another Day, that his thumb is still on the pulse of what fans want. The most remarkable aspect of the new release is the artist's faithfulness to the traditional Steve Wariner sound on cuts such as "Snowfall on the Sand" and "Steal Another Day" while showcasing a new Steve Wariner on the Latin-flavored "Kiss Me Anyway" and "Carmelita." This sensational talent just continues to evolve in all aspects of his music. Wariner seems to want his listeners to realize this evolution by including new recordings of previous hits like "Where Did I Go Wrong" and "Small Town Girl." Steal Another Day is an impressive package from a major player in the Nashville music market.
AllMusic Review by Rick Cohoon
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