This is where it really all begins. Around the age of 14, Brian started taking an interest in playing guitar. He says, “My older brother calls me one day, and says, “Brian, you’ve got to hear this”. As I’m listening, someone starts playing an AC/DC song on the guitar. At first I thought my brother was joking around with the radio. But what I was really hearing was someone PLAYING a solid black Gibson SG guitar, coming through a Marshall half-stack tube amp. Just like Angus Young of AC/DC plays! That’s what hooked me right there! After that, I was playing all the time.” Musician Brian Warren plays familiar, classic tunes - rock and country.Brian started out on a little Yamaha acoustic guitar that his uncle Bob gave him.Warren says, “I would sit in my room for hours starting and stopping my favorite songs on cds – just to learn all the guitar licks.” When he was 16 years old, a group of buddies started a garage band, which would later be known as LOST CREEK. After school, they went their separate ways for awhile, during which Brian did factory work. During this time, music never left him. In fact, he got into some serious songwriting. Warren then got back into playing solo and with Lost Creek again. His working musician career took off! Brian plays about 80 shows a year at schools, concerts, restaurants, bars and clubs all over the state. People are drawn in by his clear voice and passionate singing and playing.Brian is a regular performer Friday Nights at the Commodore Hotel & Café. On Friday Nights, the Commodore is the place to be – with live music in our intimate dining room, with the hotel owners as hosts. Bring your bottle of wine, and enjoy weekly specials from Salmon to Prime Rib – even Vegetarian dishes – while that night’s musician touches your soul. Then retreat to your comfy room for a relaxing night of peaceful slumber. Awaken to find fresh brewed coffee and one of our chefs waiting to prepare a hot breakfast for you. Then explore our small shops and pristine scenery – at your own pace. (No traffic jams here!) You are invited to relax, re-connect, and rejuvenate. Perfect for romantic getaways, outdoor adventures, or restorative retreats, this idyllic hideaway is conveniently located between Nashville and Memphis, and is accessed by driving thru scenic, wide-open spaces. Guests say, ”You can be yourself here.” Watch our blog for food specials, including vegan dishes.
July 25, 2014
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