Warren Ham - P. Mauriat official Artist

Warren Ham plays P. Mauriat System-76SGL

 

Warren Ham is a professional singer and musician originally from Fort Worth Texas. He has lived in Los Angeles California since 1981. Warren has played and/or recorded with many of the top artists in the music industry including Cher, David Gates and Bread, Kansas, Donna Summer, Toto, Amy Grant, Neil Diamond, Ringo Starr, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Bill Medley and most recently Olivia Newton John. Warren is also actively involved in music education doing clinics for LAUSD, the Los Angeles Unified School District. Warren has also played harmonica on several movie soundtracks including Watchmen, Hope Floats, Little Big League and has appeared on TV on the Tonight show with both Jay Leno and Johnny Carson and the comedy “According to Jim.” Warren is currently available for both live and recording performances.

 

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