Steve Wariner Net Worth: $10 Million
Born in Noblesville, Indiana in December 1954. American country music singer, songwriter, and musician Steve Wariner has an estimated net worth of $10 million. The singer has so far released 18 studio albums with more than 50 singles on the Billboard country singles charts. Three albums of Wariner’s was certified Gold and he has also had 10 hit songs including “You Can Dream of Me”, “All Roads Lead to You”, “Some Fools Never Learn”, “Where Did I Go Wrong”, “Small Town Girl”, “Lynda”, “The Weekend”, “I Got Dreams”, and “What If I Said” which all peaked at #1. Meanwhile, as a songwriter Wariner has written #1 singles for Garth Brooks and Clint Black in addition to his song-writing work for Glen Campbell, Keith Urban, Bryan White, and Brad Paisley. He is one of the six guitar players in the world that have won the Certified Guitar Player award by Chet Atkins. He also won the Grammy Awards for Best Country Instrumental thrice as well as Best Country Collaboration with Vocals. In 1996 Wariner joined the Grand Ole Opry and in 2008 he was inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame, while in 2011 he made it into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame.