Warren appears in The United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles' "Star-a-Thon" with David Foster. He is part of the UCP local broadcast of the telethon in Los Angeles.

Warren sings for the David Foster Foundation supporting British Columbian children requiring organ transplants. The event is held at the Grand Okanagan Lakefront Resort in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. David Foster's band is Brian Newcombe on bass, Bill Sample on keyboards, Morry Stearns on keyboards, Dane DeViller on guitar, Tom Coklough on sax, and Daryl Bennet on drums.

Warren performs with David Foster at the MusiCares Tribute Dinner/Concert honoring Natalie Cole, named the 1992 NARAS MusiCares person of the year. Bonnie Raitt, Chaka Khan, and Casey Kasem are also there. The event is held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.Race To Erase MS

Warren performs at the first-ever "Race To Erase Multiple Sclerosis" in Aspen, Colorado. The pro-celebrity ski race, held in conjunction with the Chrysler Pro Ski Tour includes the stars: David Foster, Dennis Miller, George Hamilton, Michael Bolton and Jimmy Connors.

Jay Graydon releases his debut solo album "Airplay For The Planet" in Japan. Jay hires Warren to sing the songs "Roxann" and "You’re Not Alone", co-written with guitar player Bruce Gaitsch.

Warren performs a main role in Foster's musical "Scream". This 25 song musical, co-written by Arthur Janov and based on his book "Primal Scream", is performed "live" on stage in an LA theater for only a couple of weeks. Warren does lead vocals in five songs, "Love Me", "Pray For Him", "Tears For Fears", "Why Can't People Get Along" and "Paint The Color Of My Love".

Warren performs with an extraordinary lineup of artists at the Greek Theater in LA for "Children Under Siege," a program supporting the children of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Warren sings backing vocals on the track "Send Me A Lover" included in Taylor Dayne's album "Soul Dancing". The song, previously demoed by Warren, is produced by Humberto Gatica and features David Foster on acoustic piano.

Warren performs at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles to honor Carole Bayer-Sager as "Woman of the Year". Warren performs selections penned by Bayer-Sager with David Foster, Tamia Washington, and James Ingram. The event is coordinated by the Big Sisters Guild, a fund-raising part of Big Sisters of Los Angeles.

Warren WiebeWarren performs the song "This Blue Tatoo" at the benefit "In Harmony With The Homeless" concert, sponsored by ASCAP and NAS at The Troubadour in Hollywood, CA. The song was written by Cecily Gardner, Denise Osso and J.R Bencomo for the benefit to aid the Los Angeles Rescue Mission. Gardner and Osso are interviewed on the Thanksgiving Day special "Good Day L.A." for Fox television and Warren sings the song with recorded tracks. Three years later "In Harmony With The Homeless" records it again with Carl Anderson on lead vocals, and releases an album.

Warren performs at Granita Restaurant in Malibu. He sings for the Malibu Relief Fund to aid people who were affected by the devastating fires which swept through the area the same year. He also performs at Monroe's of Malibu for the same benefit to further aid those who lost their homes in the fires, and to honor the firefighters.

Warren demos Clive Griffin's part in the duet "When I Fall In Love" with Celine Dion, which is included in the "Sleepless In Seattle" OST. The song is produced by David Foster.

Warren is hired by producer/songwriter Jeff Pescetto to sing background vocals in Jack Wagner's album "Alone in A Crowd".

Warren records the song "Why, Oh Why" on Max Bennett’s album "Great Expectations". Max met Warren through his band’s guitar player (and Warren's best friend) Brian Price.

Warren sings backing vocals on the track "Faith". The song, previously demoed by Warren, is a selection from Air Supply's album "The Vanishing Race". This album also contains the song "Goodbye", a tune composed by David Foster and Linda Thompson which Warren would sing on the "One Life To Live" CD the following year.
Dion, Foster and Streisand
Warren and David Foster performs at the wedding of Ed Snider’s daughter in Philadelphia. Ed Snider, owner of The Philadelphia Flyers hockey team, had met Foster a couple of years before in California. Martha Snider writes a song for the wedding entitled "I Love You", which is arranged by David Foster and recorded in studio by Warren.

Warren demos Johnny Mathis' part in the duet "I Have a Love, One Hand, One Heart" with Barbra Streisand, a tune produced by David Foster, which is included in Barbra's album "Back to Broadway".

Warren is finally signed to The Atlantic Group and begins to work on his dream band, a project by David Foster called "Millennium". Band members include: Warren Wiebe, Wil Wheaton, Joey Diggs, Nita Whitaker and Suzette Charles. The project goes awry with Atlantic and the deal with "Millennium" falls through.

Saxophonist Mike Gealer hires Warren to sing "Father To Son", a song written by Gealer and George Benson’s guitarist Mike O’Neill, which is included in Gealer’s 2nd album entitled "In The Park".

Songwriter Steve Dorff hires Warren to demo two of his new songs, "And Still Run Out Of Time" and "A Little Thing Called Life", an extraodinary ballad written by Dorff and Linda Thompson, which is also released by Aaron Neville. Three years later, Donny Osmond records "And Still Run Out Of Time" again, and releases it in his album "Four".

David Foster's friend and assistant Kofi releases his debut album "A Very Reggae Christmas". Warren sings backing vocals on the tracks "Silent Night" and "Go Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen".

Celine Dion and Rene AngelilWarren performs at the wedding of Celine Dion and Rene Angelil in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. A 21-piece string orchestra, directed by David Foster at the piano, with Warren singing "The Color Of My Love", announces the dinner and serenades guests as they are seated.

The album entitled "Love Stories 3" is released in Japan. Warren is hired to sing "True Love" on this album, a love theme from the Japanese TV drama "Asunaro Hakusho", performed originally by the Japanese singer Fumiya Fujii. All songs on this album were originally recorded by popular Japanese singers and used by FUJI-TV for their drama programs.

Warren tours Japan with David Foster. JT Super Producers ’94 brings out Foster and an incredible band. Warren is a featured vocalist and performs with Celine Dion, Jay Graydon, Peabo Bryson, Color Me Badd, Wendy Moten, Jerry Hey, Gary Grant, Larry Williams, Bill Reichenbach, Claude Gaudette, Michael Thompson, Chester Thompson, Leland Sklar, Jeremy Lubbock, The Seawind Horns, and the Japanese Philharmonic Orchestra. Concerts at Nihon Budokan in Tokyo and Jyo Hall in Osaka are televised live.

Saxophonist Dave Boruff hires Warren to sing "All The Love", a song written by Boruff and Richard Ellison. This song will appear in Boruff's new album.

Warren performs at the National Academy of Songwriter's 9th Annual Salute to the American Songwriter. He shares the stage with other artists including Billy Steinberg, Tom Kelly, Dennis Morgan, Jordan Hill (the 16-year old singing sensation from Knoxville, TN., newly discovered at this time by David Foster), and Nita Whittaker (a member of "Millennium"). The concert is produced by David Foster.David Foster and Gloria Estefan

Warren performs again with David Foster in Aspen, Colorado. The Second Annual "Race to Erase Multiple Sclerosis" brings out the stars and the fund raising dollars. Super celebrities like Sylvester Stallone, Gloria Estefan, Pierce Brosnan, Kenny G, Richard Dean Anderson and Kenny Loggins make the $1.2 million weekend a blast.

Warren records "The Country Way Of Life", a comedy song for a Rick Dees project called "The Twisted Cowboy." Music by Tony Smith, Lyrics by Rick Dees and Craig Rogers. Although Warren's vocals are outstanding it is decided to have Rick sing it to keep the album consistent. Rick Dees met Warren through David Foster.

Warren performs at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles to honor David Foster’s friend, the legendary hockey great, Wayne Gretzky. "A Salute to the Athlete of the Decade" is coordinated by the Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles.

Warren performs for the David Foster & Friends Gala at the Victoria Memorial Arena Centre with Celine Dion, Kenny G, Paul Anka, John Parr, and the Victoria Symphony Orchesta, conducted by William Ross. David Foster's band also includes Brian Newcombe on bass, Bill Sample on keyboards, Morry Stearns on keyboards, Dane DeViller on guitar, Dave Boruff on sax, and Daryl Bennet on drums. The concert is also a TV show production entitled "For the Children", a David Foster Foundation charity event.

The soundtrack from the daytime drama "One Life To Live" is released. Warren sings the Warren Wiebelast cut on the album, the beautiful David Foster ballad "Goodbye".

From 1994 to 1997: Warren often performs at Santa Monica Beach Loews Hotel in LA. Each Thursday he performs for 45 minutes with pianist Daniel May. The sets feature pop, jazz, oldies, and a nice variety of different styles. He sings everything from Stevie Wonder and Kenny Loggins, to old jazz standards.

Warren performs with the "B Soul Band" at JAMZ Club, Lippo Sudirman Grand Suite Hotel, in Yakarta. The line up is Rita Silalahi on keyboards, Uche Haryono on drums, Tohpati on guitar, Didit Maruto and Happy Pretty on trumpet, Arief on sax, Lupita Lopez and Edo Kondolangit on backup vocals, and Warren on lead vocals as guest artist. Warren enjoys great success there due to Jay Graydon’s song "Roxann" becoming a number one hit song in the country a couple of months prior.

Japanese composer Joe Hisaishi releases "Melody Blvd", a remake album of his greatest hits. Hisaishi hires Warren to sing the songs "Two Of Us", "I Stand Alone", and for backing vocals ("la-la-la") on "Girl".

San Diego guitar player Hank Easton releases his debut album "Show Me A Sign" featuring two songs with Warren on vocals.

Warren sings in Las Vegas with Michael Bolton, Kenny G, Oleta Adams, Wynonna and Jordan Hill for The Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation. This event is again produced by David Foster. Warren Wiebe

Warren records the demo of Rebbie Jackson's "Forever Young", which is included in the "Free Willy 2" OST.

Warren performs for the 10th Anniversary David Foster & Friends Gala at the Victoria Conference Centre with Merv Griffin, Johnny Mathis, Johnny Rivers, Patti LaBelle and Marty Brill.

Warren performs with David Foster in Vancouver at the Opening of GM PLace, new home for the NHL Hockey Canucks, and the NBA Basketball Grizzlys. David Foster's band includes Brian Newcombe on bass, Bill Sample on keyboards, Dane DeViller on guitar, Tom Coklough on sax, and Daryl Bennet on drums. The event also features Shania Twain.

Warren records "Is It Love That We're Missin" with Gloria Estefan on Quincy Jones’ album "Q's Jook Joint".

Warren performs with David Foster at "The Big Sky Pop Festival" in Calgary, Alberta. He shares the stage with an extraordinary lineup of Canadian artists such as Bryan Adams, Sarah McLachlan, Ann Murray and Celine Dion. The band is Brian Newcombe on bass, Bill Sample on keyboards, Dane DeViller on guitar, Dave Boruff on sax, and Mike Baird on drums. The event is organized by the Hudson Bay Co, the oldest retailer in Canada.

Las Vegas songwriter Karl Eagan hires Warren to record three songs, "Sometimes Lover", "This Time We'll Make It After All" and "Long Time Ago". Though all the vocal sessions with Warren are done in LA in 1995, the songs are sweeten with a large section of 40 strings in mid 1997.

Warren participates again in an EVI Signature Series show in Chicago. The event, produced by the Marto brothers from Excutive Visions Inc. and held at the Chicago's Hyatt Regency Hotel, also features David Foster, Richard Marx, Brian McKnight and Jordan Hill, backed by a 70 piece orchestra conducted by William Ross. The band is Brian Newcombe on bass, Gregg Phillinganes on keyboards, Paul Jackson Jr. on guitar, Mike Baird on drums, and Dave Boruff on sax.

Warren sings one of the two title songs, "What Makes a Family", in the Al Franken movie "Stuart Saves His Family". The movie features a score by Academy Award nominee Marc Shaiman.

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