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Steve Wariner is a self-titled second album by country music artist Steve Wariner. It was released in 1982 by RCA Records. The album produced six singles overall on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart including "All Roads Lead to You" which stayed at number one for one week and spent a total of twelve weeks on the chart.
||Charles Quillen, John Schweers
||"Don't Plan on Sleepin' Tonight"
||"We'll Never Know"
||"She Never Meant a Thing to Me"
||"Well, Hello Again"
||Kye Fleming, Dennis Morgan
||"Don't It Break Your Heart"
||Mack David, Archie Jordan
||"Kansas City Lights"
||"All Roads Lead to You"
||Dean Dillon, Don Pfrimmer, Quillen
- Lea Jane Berinati- background vocals
- Steve Brantley- background vocals
- David Briggs- piano
- Jimmy Capps- acoustic guitar
- Jerry Carrigan- drums
- Cherry Sisters- background vocals
- Johnny Christopher- electric guitar
- Bruce Dees- electric guitar, background vocals
- Bobby Emmons- keyboards
- Sonny Garrish- steel guitar
- Jim Glaser- background vocals
- Randy Goodrum- piano
- George Grantham- background vocals
- Hoot Hester- fiddle
- John Hughey- steel guitar
- Shane Keister- piano, synthesizer
- Larry Keith- background vocals
- Mike Leech- bass guitar
- Dennis Morgan- acoustic guitar
- Cam Mullins- string arrangements
- Fred Newell- electric guitar, mandolin
- Louis Dean Nunley- background vocals
- Bobby Ogdin- organ, piano
- Joe Osborn- bass guitar
- Charles Quillen- background vocals
- Gordon Stoker- background vocals
- James Stroud- drums
- Karen Taylor- background vocals
- Steve Wariner- acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lead vocals, background vocals
- D. Bergen White- string arrangements
- Marcia Wood- background vocals
- Paul Yandell- electric guitar
- Reggie Young- electric guitar