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I wanted to be a doctor. My mom made me do this.

Warren's original songs grace us with a much needed reminder of the humanity and grandness of every day life and have recently been featured on John McEuen's Acoustic Traveller show, XM Satellite Radio and Another Music Scene With Gene, www.milehiradio.com. He also performs rock and roll, folk-rock and country covers from the '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s and '90s. His stories, from watching Frankenstein on the late movie with Jimmy Buffett, coloring with Dolly Parton and hanging out with Richie Havens, to exchanging letters with Doors' singer / lyricist Jim Morrison and touring with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, are as entertaining as the songs they inspired and prompted singer / songwriter Mare Lennon to quip, "Warren is the Forrest Gump of Folk."

see schedule link above for complete schedule

and scroll to the bottom for some thoughts from Alice Cooper



Night Clubs

Corporate Events
welcome receptions, cocktail parties
holiday parties, company picnics
pre / post dinner entertainment

Private Events
birthday celebrations, anniversary parties
wedding receptions, graduation parties
retirement parties, backyard cookouts

House Concerts
A private, intimate performance
in your home for your
invited guests.

This Old House and No One Sent Flowers from Daddy, Are We There Yet?
have been featured on Acoustic Traveller, XM Satellite Radio

Daddy, Are We There Yet? in its entirety has been featured on
 Another Music Scene With Gene, www.milehiradio.com

Upcoming Events

Warren Floyd

Ronnie Caldwell, Tom Grant & Warren

John McEuen, Doug Kershaw & Warren

The music licenesing agencies have started going onto this web site and they are targeting the places on my schedule to collect fees. They are causing small businesses to stop hosting live music. I am keeping alive the songs that they own. Often, people ask about songs I play then pay to download it. It is no longer possible for me to post my schedule and the places I am playing. I am so sorry for the inconvenience.


Warren Floyd

Warren w/ Richie Furay




"I wish I wrote songs as nice as yours! Keep it up."
John McEuen
The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

"The concert with you and John McEuen was fantastic, even better than last year. Your show is one of the most entertaining that we have ever booked. Everyone is still talking about what a great time they had."
Jeff Campbell
High Plains Arts Council, Sidney NE

"Just wanted to thank you again for a wonderful time last night. We all really enjoyed your music. you gave me much more than I bargained for. Have I said yet how great you were?"
Blair Baker
Private Concert Hostess, Denver CO

"Thank you for Daddy, Are We There Yet? This album has touched me in so many different ways. How you have taken real life experiences and put them into words is amazing to me. I feel like I have lived many of the songs."
Ken Sykes
A very satisfied listener! Greensboro NC

"Just got my new Warren Floyd cd's in the mail. It's just like Christmas and I'm gettin' a new Corvette!"
Doug Olson
Another satisfied listener! Dianna TX

"I just love this music! My kids used to listen to this!"
93 year old resident of a retirement community at their summer back patio Bar-B-Que
Lake Oswego OR


From The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

written by Scott Mervis
Thursday, June 20, 2013

used by permission

Alice Cooper schools us: Listen to the Beatles, Burt Bacharach

School's out for summer, but that hasn't stopped Alice Cooper from holding class.

In a recent interview, most of which can be read here, the 65-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer talked about what separates the rock songwriters of his generation from the hard rockers of today.

"People say, "What's the difference between bands now and in the '60's and '70's?' The reason our songs hold up is because they're more melodic. They're songs. There's a verse, a B sectipn, a bridge, a chorus. We were closer to the Beatles, even though we took it in a whole different direction.

"Take any bands out there now and I say, "OK, you got a pretty decent riff, and you've got a pretty decent drummer, and you're yelling at me, you're angry. I get it. But there's no song here. It's just you yelling at me.

"I say to that band, 'Why don't you for one week just listen to the Beatles, Burt Bacharach, Laura Nyro, Paul Simon and the Beach Boys, and maybe the Four Seasons, and listen to how a three-minute song is constructed. And then write me a song about how much you hate your father. But make it a song.' It's very hard for them to do it.

 "I remember sitting with guys in The Doors and guys in a band called Clearlight and guys in Pink Floyd, listening to Burt Bacharach's greatest hits. And sitting there going, 'Wow, listen to that, listen to that chord structure, listen to how that melody works with that.' Here's a bunch of hard rock maniacs lilstening to one of the masters and understanding why it works. I don't think young bands will do that now."