ENDORSEMENTS AND PRESS RELEASES
"Barely Famous and Cameron & Sons"
BRETT PICTURED WITH HIS NEW CAMERON & SONS CSM-50 BABY GRAND PIANO
Brett Warren of the Warren Brothers, recently took some time off from touring with Brooks & Dunn and Big & Rich on their highly acclaimed, major 35 city “Deuce’s Wild” tour, just enough time to accept delivery of his brand new Cameron & Sons grand piano. Brett will be using the grand piano in his Nashville studio and endorsing the new piano line, designed and manufactured by Cameron & Sons Piano. “It’s awesome,” said Brett, of his new piano, “when my brother Brad sees and hears it, he will want one too.” The Warren Brothers, a singer/songwriter/musician duo compiled of brothers Brett and Brad Warren have penned hits for the likes of Lynyrd Skynyrd (“Red, White & Blue”), Van Zant (“I Can’t Help Myself”) Faith Hill (“The Lucky One”), Tim McGraw (“Blank Sheet Of Paper”) and countless others. Best known for composing the movie soundtrack, “The Beat of a Heart” from the movie, “Where the Heart is.”
Appearing as judges on the USA Network TV series “Nashville Star,” their quick wit and personality have made them favorites. They’ve received six CMA nominations, nine ACM nominations, seven Top 40 singles, yet no Top 10 hits. Starring in their own reality show, “Barely Famous” on CMT TV, the Warren brothers have turned the concept of being modestly famous into their own brand name. In its second season, the show follows the duo’s quirky escapades as they ditch a recording session for CMT DukesFest where the guys challenge John Schneider (Bo Duke) to a race in their tricked-out General Lee. From flipping burgers in Minnesota with Keith Urban, to visiting their childhood home in Tampa, Fla., or writing songs with Van Zant ¯ the cameras go inside, really inside, Brad and Brett’s almost-famous life. Lately, it seems that the brothers are just at the verge of being “famous”. In stores nationwide, the “Barely Famous Hits” album combined with songwriting releases produced a windfall of 350,000 plus album sales during its debut week. Their new single and music video, “Change” is steadily climbing the charts and the Warren Brothers are also celebrating a 60% increase in viewership over season one of their reality TV Show Barely Famous.