Nathan Warriner has been active in the Canadian music scene for 20 years. Based in Niagara Falls the 41 year old singer/songwriter has played in several outfits throughout the years, including Tin Cup Saloon, Sick Twisted Farmers, Brothers of the Gutter, Barbudos, and The Waxbills. Warriner is the primary songwriter, singer, and guitarist for The Waxbills which consists of bassist John Albers and drummer Brandon Ainsley with occasional add on musicians such as Chris Scott, James Gillies, James Gizzie and TJ Rogers.. The band released three independent full length albums between 2009-2012 and toured Canada to support the releases charting on college radio across the nation.
Between the years 2001 and 2006 Warriner spent his time going back and forth between touring southern Ontario with his outfits as well as touring Canada/States as a roadie with his long-time friends and Canadian rock legends The Trews. The Trews tours opened his eyes to the world of major stage productions such as Robert Plant, The Tragically Hip, Sam Roberts, as well as many others.
Currently Warriner is ramping up for his world wide solo project release of “The Day The Circus Left Town” a collection of heart felt songs written within the last few years.
The album will be available on all major digital streaming site on 4/20/2020 which is also Warriner’s 42nd birthday