Warren Pash Plays at 9:30. King-Grand Blues Band Plays at 11:00
Blackfoot Gypsies, Warren Pash, and WOODBRAIN
Day two of our Oktoberfest tour @ Edgefield..
Playing with Rob Stroup and the Blame
Label: Doubletrack Records
Bio: Since the 80's, Warren Pash has been on the cutting edge of the music industry and has carved out quite a career for himself in doing so. His first big break came in 1981 with the #1 smash hit single “Private Eyes” which he co-wrote for Hall & Oates.
Over the past two and a half decades, he has...See Full Bio
“Sure, Nashville is a town full of dudes (and dudettes) who write the songs that make the whole world sing. But if you spend any amount of time hanging out in East Nashville's coterie of restaurants, bars and home recording studios, you're likely to cross paths with Warren Pash. And when you do, chances are you'll be alerted to his presence by a conspiratorial glance, an elbow in the ribs, and in a hushed voice some semblance of these words: "Hey, see that guy over there, in the glasses? He wrote 'Private Eyes.' " At this point it might take non-Hall & Oates fans (assuming they exist) a second for the song title to register. Sensing this, your companion will start humming the first few bars of the chorus, which in turn will cause you to smile involuntarily as the '80s flood back in a heartbeat: "Pri-va-ate eyes (clap-CLAP)...they're watching you (clap-CLAP)...." We've seen some variation of this one-act play performed at least a half-dozen times—and that's just at the Family Wash. ”