Warren Zeiders Is NRA Country

posted on March 5, 2024
Warren Zeiders
Photo courtesy Warren Zeiders

Warren Zeiders’ distinctive, high-energy country music is powered by a steady supply of youthful grit, honesty and muscle. Hailing from Hershey, Pa., the 24-year-old singer/songwriter delivers outlaw sermons in a gravelly, world-weary voice that belies his youth and imbues the American heartland into his music. A setback in this Frostburg State University student’s athletic career turned him to music, just as the pandemic hit. For some, this combination might have been devasting, but Warren applied his win-at-all-costs attitude and the work ethic instilled in him by his parents to morph his challenges into a “viral” movement. He took to social media, playing his guitar and singing songs, resulting in millions of followers and billions of views. He then created his label, Pretty Little Poison, in August 2023. Warren is an unapologetic patriot and supporter of all those serving in the military as well as law enforcement and first responders. It’s easy to see why he was the perfect fit for the NRA Country concert at the 2024 Great American Outdoor Show! You can find Warren Zeiders on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok, as well as at warrenzeiders.com. NRA Country’s Lisa Supernaugh had a chance to ask Warren a few questions before he hit the road to his next event.

LS: How does it feel to be Nashville’s youngest headliner at the ripe old age of 24?
WZ: It’s a blessing, and I feel honored that my fans that have been with me and the ones who continue to join along the way are following me on this journey. I don’t take this position lightly or for granted.

LS: Tell us about your time at Frostburg State University?
WZ: I spent two years at FSU studying business and marketing, while being a collegiate lacrosse player. Unfortunately, my time there was limited due to my concussions, but FSU was good to me—the training, workouts, 6 a.m. wake-up calls, film room, study halls with the team; all these things helped build and instill discipline in the man I am today.

LS: What is it like to have millions of followers and billions of views?
WZ: There’s no secret to success in the world of social media. There’s hard work, consistency, strategy, and knowing who you are and what you want to say. I had no plans of pursuing a career in music, the good Lord had other plans for me. As the months went on, my followers turned into fans and wanted original music from me aside from the covers I was posting. Having never written a song, I took a shot at it and before you knew it, my first hit song, “Ride the Lightning,” came out.

LS: Do you have a favorite firearm?
WZ: I don’t know if I would say I have a favorite firearm, but I definitely have plenty of them. I have a lot of older hunting rifles that my great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather used, passed down to me from my father.

LS: You’re playing the NRA Country Concert at the Great American Outdoor Show. How does it feel to be playing back in the “717”?
WZ: I love seeing familiar faces and feel honored to be supported by the hometown crowd. Appreciate all the love the 717 has shown this Pennsylvania boy!

NRA Country is a lifestyle and a bond between the country music community and hard-working Americans everywhere. It’s powered by pride, freedom, love of country, respect for the military and the responsibilities of protecting the great American life. For more information visit nracountry.com, follow us on Facebook facebook.com/nracountryTwitter @NRACountry, and NRA_Country on Instagram.



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