Since the 80's, Warren Pash has been on the cutting edge of the music industry and has carved out quite a career for himself in doing so. His first big break came in 1981 with the #1 smash hit single “Private Eyes” which he co-wrote for Hall & Oates.
Over the past two and a half decades, he has been on the forefront of some of the biggest projects and collaborated with some of the brightest names in music. He's penned work for a broad range of artists including Carole King, Dan Hill, and Patti LuPone. He has shared the stage with Lucinda Williams, Cheap Trick, The Pixies, Todd Rundgren, The Waterboys, Roger McGuinn, Jeff Healy, and Big Star, and has played bass with Screamin’ Jay Hawkins and the late Rosco Gordon, as well as appearing on the Conan O’Brien Show.
Warren now calls Nashville home and it is in Nashville where his most current work has been established.
Plastic Rulers is his latest release featuring performances by members of the Black Crowes, Ryan Adams, Bare Jr., and the Jayhawks.
He also spent time honing his skills as a producer on “Chocolate Orchard Piano Bar" by the legendary Tupper Saussy and has carved out a niche for himself as one of Nashville's elite.