Biography / Info
As a session pro, writer, and touring musician since 1979, there's little that guitarist Britt Warren hasn't encountered in the transient world of the professional music scene. Starting his professional music career as a studio musician, working primarily in the southeastern United States, he quickly found himself in situations that demanded he study and master multiple genres and styles. After his family started developing, with the birth of his twin sons, Britt made a decision to temporarily come off the road and accepted a job offer with an advertising agency as an in-house composer for national TV and radio campaigns for such clients as, Whirlpool Appliances, Wrangler Jeans (Telly Award), Bassett Furniture, Lane Action, HGTV, and the list goes on and on. In these campaigns the demand for diversity was tremendous and he rose to the occasion, composing everything from classical based orchestral compositions to hip-hop. This also helped to develop his ability on multiple instruments, resulting in his playing most of the instruments on his recordings. Due to years of composing for visual based media, Britt's compositions, even as a performance artist, especially lend themselves to film and TV scenes. Now, with family grown, and rich musical and life experiences under his belt he has re-emerged as a performance artist and in 2002 released a project entitled "Fearless" consisting of 11 tracks (7 instrumental and 4 vocal oriented tracks). In January 2010 he released his latest project "Dance of Broken Chains" consisting of 11 guitar driven instrumentals ranging from up-tempo driving rock resembling Satriani / Vai to smooth jazz / fusion tracks putting you in mind of Larry Carlton then dropping in a couple of very laid back, acoustic based, cuts reminiscent of Eric Johnson, Phil Keaggy and Mike Oldfield.
Often Britt's projects are compared to Liquid Tension Experiment due to the range of tempo and styles. Each piece is written to be a journey and mood all it's own.
He's also available for custom music projects.