Warren Storm

Swamp Pop

Years active 1956 - present

always klick on pic’s.

Warren Storm

Abbeville, Louisiana, USA

Born Feb. 18, 1937 (age 81 [2018])


Discogr. & Info! Warren Storm

Warren Storm (born Warren Schexnider  February 18, 1937 in Abbeville, Louisiana) is a drummer and vocalist, known as a pioneer of the musical genre swamp pop, a combination of rhythm and bluescountry and western, and Cajun music and black Creole music.

Background and career

Storm learned to play drums and guitar from his father, a Cajun musician, and in the early 1950s Storm began to perform publicly with Larry Brasso and the Rhythmaires. Around this time he befriended fellow Abbeville musician Bobby Charles, and the two would travel to New Orleans to hear black rhythm and blues artists in the local nightclubs. These visits to New Orleans greatly influenced Storm's musical tastes and his own drumming style. Storm cites New Orleans rhythm and blues musician Charlie "Hungry" Williams as a major drumming influence. In 1956 Storm founded his own rhythm and blues/early rock and roll group, and in 1958 he began recording for Crowley, Louisiana, record producer J. D. "Jay" Miller. Miller convinced Nasco records of Nashville to release a 45 RPM record of Storm's version of the old country composition "Prisoner's Song"; the flip side was "Mama Mama Mama (Look What Your Little Boy's Done)." The release broke into the Billboard Hot 100 and both songs became lifelong standards for Storm.  … Read the original text here >>> Warren Storm

Warren Storm ”Mama Mama Mama” Flyright Fly 603 [1984]

Mama Mama Mama - 1958

Prisoners Song - 1958

Troubles Troubles - 1958

I’m A Little Boy - 1959

Teenage Twist - 1961

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