Throughout our lifetime, we will meet a lot of people, some of which will leave a great impact. Hence, others will depart with a gentle touch leaving us a wishful desire for them to return someday. It is always uncontrollable to feel the existence of someone who truly cares, and that’s what Steve Wariner portrayed in his hit.

Small Town Boy

Steven Noel Wariner or simply Steve Wariner rose to fame in 1976 when he became a professional singer under RCA Records. Above all, he was able to push more than 50 singles on the Billboard Country Singles Chart. Ten of them were number one. Also, Wariner is a talented person co-writing no.1 hits of Clint Black, Garth Brooks, Bryan White, and Kieth Urban. With his amazing contribution in the country music and in songwriting, he took home four Grammy Awards.

Steve Wariner became an inspiration and an icon to other artists. So, in 1996, he became a member of the famous Grand Ole Opry and was included in the Music City Walk of Fame and Music Hall of Fame.

Burnin’ the Roadhouse Down

“Holes in the Floor of Heaven” was released in 1998 and it was co-written by Steve Wariner. Also, the hit won the Song of the Year in Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music.

The hit has a heavy emotion attached to it portraying the narrator missing his loved one. Indeed, the presence of a person who left a great mark on our life will be missed forever. On a critic’s perspective, the song was hailed due to its relatable message. Steve Wariner was also applauded for his better voice in recording “Holes in the Floor of Heaven.” Sometimes, we take everything for granted. But, we need to realize that spending our time with the people close to our hearts is still priceless.