Paul Warren was a fantastic bluegrass sideman who have played fiddle on ratings of radio and tv shows and saving periods; although he was within the music business over 35 years, he under no circumstances made a single studio record. Warren was created and elevated in Hickman State, Tennessee; his first influences had been his dad, who performed clawhammer banjo, and Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith. He got his begin playing senior high school dances with partner Emory Martin within the middle-’30s. In 1938, he became a member of Johnnie Wright’s music group; by 1940, that they had become successful more than enough to get away from their day careers and concentrate full-time on music. He continued to be with Wright and his Tennessee Hillbillies until getting into the Military in 1942, where tale provides it that he survived catch and 2 yrs within a German POW camp because he interested the guards by playing “Beneath the Increase Eagle” on fiddle. After his release, Warren came back to Wright’s music group. After Wright shaped Johnnie & Jack port with Jack port Anglin, Warren performed in it until 1953, and in addition spent per year playing on Kitty Wells recordings like “It Wasn’t God Who Produced Honky-Tonk Angels” and “Discharge Me.” In 1954, he started his longer association with Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs when he changed Benny Martin within their Foggy Hill Boys; he made an appearance on all their recordings between 1954 and 1969. When Flatt and Scruggs split up in the past due ’60s, Warren performed in Flatt’s Nashville Lawn through early 1977 when his wellness begun to fail and he was compelled to retire; he passed away the following season. Although he under no circumstances documented by himself, a assortment of tunes offering his function was posthumously collected by Lance Le Roy, who released them a tribute record in 1979.