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  1. It was awarded two Grammys: Best Country Instrumental Performance for O'Connor, and Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs, and Steve Wariner's performance in "Restless". This song also charted at #25 on Hot Country Songs in 1991.

    • April 16, 1991
  2. Written-By – Mark O'Connor. 2. Restless. Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar [1st, 5th, 8th solo] – Steve Wariner. Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar [2nd, 6th, 9th solo] – Ricky Skaggs. Lead Vocals, Electric Guitar [3rd, 4th, 7th solo] – Vince Gill. Written-By – Carl Perkins.

    • 5
    • CD, Album, Club Edition
    • US
    • Warner Bros. Records-9 26509-2
  3. While his tenure with MCA was ending, Wariner contributed to two cuts on Mark O'Connor's 1991 album The New Nashville Cats. The first was a cover of Carl Perkins' "Restless". It featured O'Connor on fiddle, with Wariner, Vince Gill, and Ricky Skaggs alternating on lead vocals and guitar.

  4. The New Nashville Cats. Add An Image. Profile: Featuring Steve Wariner, Ricky Skaggs and Vince Gill according to the Restless Promo CD Single.

  5. 14 giu 2013 · O'Connor and the New Nashville Cats win against a stacked field of legends and icons at the 1991 CMA Awards.

    • 4 min
    • 13,9K
    • Mark O'Connor
  6. Photo courtesy of SelecTone Records. Steve Wariner is among the handful of guitarists designated as a certified guitar player (C.G.P.) by Chet Atkins. The last guitarist to receive the personal honor, Wariner served a pallbearer at Atkins’ funeral in 2001. He also performed at the service.