WARREN HAM - Ringo Starr, Olivia Newton John


Theo Wanne mouthpieces are so well made that it makes it easier to just focus on the music and play freely. These are absolutely the most responsive mouthpieces I have ever played on. The balance between the highs and lows is perfect. I don't want to put my horn down! That's when you know you have a good mouthpiece.


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 or recorded with many top artists in the music industry including Cher, David Gates and Bread, Kansas, Donna Summer, Toto, Amy Grant, Neil Diamond, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, Bill Medley and most recently Ringo Starr and The All Starrs and Olivia Newton John. Warren is also actively involved in music education doing clinics for LAUSD. Warren has also played harmonica on several movie soundtracks including Watchmen, Hope Floats, Little Big League and appeared on T.V. 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.


What is your experience when you feel connected into the music?
I have a sense of fulfillment when I am connected to the music.

What is your experience of when you don't feel connected to your music?
When I don't feel connected tot the music it can be frustrating. That is not to say that I don't have other interests

Where does your inspiration comes from? What does it feel like?
My inspiration comes from listening to great music and /or other great players and singers.

What is your experience while improvising? Does it relate to any spirituality you may practice in your life?
I just feel that any musical talent I have comes from God. And I want to give him the glory for it. So I would say joy is the by product of playing and/or producing good music.

Where does your inspiration while composing come from? What is your experience of that inspiration like?
Again I feel that God is the primary source of my inspiration for composing, improvising and singing. I find great joy in using the gifts that he a has given me. I hope they bring joy to others as well.

Do you have any fun stories of inspirational moments to share?
I have stories too numerous to share from the road and studio but in general just to be able to do what I love to do and make a living at it is the greatest blessing I could ask for. That is what keeps me inspired.