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Warren James is the real deal – a star theatre and cabaret entertainer, musical virtuoso of guitar, banjo and ukulele, impressionist and witty character performer.

A true performer whose one man show, presented with guest musician backing, features a great dose of variety theatre inspired humour and music including the songs of Johnny Cash, Buddy Holly, The Everly Brothers, Eddie Cochran, Joe Brown, Lonnie Donegan and many more hit parade heroes, all performed in Warren’s unique style!

Audiences are guarenteed to feel entertained.

The lively entertainer and musician, Warren James, began his entertainment career at the age of just 9 years old when he made his first of many BBC Merseyside appearances as a young comic and musical entertainer.

Since those early days Warren has performed around the world in variety, cabaret and theatre, he has entertained at almost every UK theatre – even touring for 10 years with the critically acclaimed theatrical production: The Johnny Cash Story.

As a serious musician he was best newcomer at 2 national blues festivals and has shared billing with the legendary Joe Brown, Brian May and Joe Pasquale for the variety show business charity The Grand Order of Water Rats. In addition to this Warren has even worked with the American guitar legend James Burton (guitarist to Elvis Presley, Emmylou Harris and John Denver).

Meanwhile, his debut at Salford’s prestigious Lowry Theatre saw the BBC Media City state that “Roots music has never been in safer hands”.

“Take Grammy winning guitarist Albert Lee, combine it with the legendary James Burton and add a voice similar to Buddy Holly with the performing energy of Lonnie Donegan – that’s the Warren James sound – truly a class act”
The Blues Review

“Keep your eyes open for Warren James,
you won’t be disappointed”
BBC Radio 2

This high energy AMERICANA show features the music of Lonnie Donegan, Johnny Cash, Buddy Holly, The Everly Brothers, Eddie Cochran and many more legendary American stars – all performed in Warren’s unique style… oh and his musical impersonations are phenomenal and funny”
R2 Magazine