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Warren Wiebe medley "Mornin'", "Heart To Heart", "Glory of Love" video feat. David Foster and Larry Williams.

Warren Wiebe sings a great medley (feat. David Foster on piano and Larry Williams on sax): "Mornin'" (Al Jarreau, 1983), "Heart To Heart" (Kenny Loggins, 1982) and "Glory Of Love" (Peter Cetera, 1986) for a concert in Japan with an orchestra (JT Super Producer '94).

Late Warren Wiebe was born and raised in San Diego and made his first recording at the age of 14. Gifted with a three-octave vocal range and relative pitch, Warren Wiebe had performed for bands specializing in standards, Jazz, Blues, Funk, Soul, Hip-Hop, Pop, Rock, and the Motown sound.

Bobby Gentry gave Warren his first big break in 1980 by hiring him to sing in her band in Las Vegas. By the late 1980's, Warren was well established will all of the major studios in San Diego singing local radio and television jingles, demos and on album projects for various musicians. He won vocal contests and continued to sing live in nighclubs at corporate and private functions.

On Valentine's Day in 1987, Warren had the good fortune to be heard by David Foster (12-time Grammy Award winning producer/songwriter/arranger) and Burt Bacharach while performing at The Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles. Within a few months of this event, Warren was performing with an 80-piece orchestra as the lead vocalist in David Foster's band and performing throughout Canada.

Since that time, Warren had relocated to the Los Angeles area where his career has skyrocketed. He continued to work with David Foster in the studio and for live performances. Since 1989, he had been featured as the anthem singer for the Los Angeles Kings at the Great Western Forum. He had performed on a regular basis at the Santa Monica Beach Loews Hotel. In 1994, he was signed to The Atlantic Group as a recording artist and has begun work on his first solo album. He toured Japan where he was a featured vocalist for David Foster's band and performed with Color Me Badd, Peabo Bryson, Celine Dion, Wendy Moten, Leland Sklar, Michael Thompson, Jerry Hey, Larry Williams and the Seawind Horns and the Japanese Philharmonic Orchestra. These Tokyo and Osaka concerts were televised live for broadcast throughout Japan.

The very-talented singer/vocalist Warren WIEBE has passed away October 25, 1998. It was a suicide... There was a memorial service October 31, 1998 in Malibu with his friends including live performances.

"A Touch Of" David Foster CD compilation features "Mornin'" (Al Jarreau, 1983), "Heart To Heart" (Kenny Loggins, 1982) and "Glory Of Love" (Peter Cetera, 1986):


What an incredible treat hearing the late great Warren Wiebe sing those fantastic Foz tunes.Besides having so much natural "feel" in his tone & phrasing,the guy had an uncanny knack for imitation(more like emulation,really),without losing his personal stamp.The musical universe lost a major constellation when it lost Wiebe.I'm sure he's up there with God & his angels right now, singing his ass off with the Nelson Riddle Orchestra,held over for eternity....

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