|Name Little Warner|
|Died April 2007|
Big jay mcneely little sonny warner i love you oh darling
Little Sonny Warner (October 30, 1930 — April 12, 2007) was an American blues singer.
- Big jay mcneely little sonny warner i love you oh darling
- Big jay mcneely little sonny warner there is something on your mind swingin 614 1959
Haywood S. Warner was born in 1930 in Falls Church, Virginia, and in the early 1950s, Warner sang as a backing vocalist for Van Walls on the Atlantic Records releases "After Midnight" and "Open the Door". His career received a boost in 1957, when he filled in for Lloyd Price at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem.
Warner's biggest hit was saxophonist Big Jay McNeely's "There's Something On Your Mind", which became a gold record for Checker Records in 1959. He performed with James Brown, Etta James and B.B. King. In his later years, Warner often performed at concerts and festivals in Falls Church.
He died in his hometown in April 2007, at the age of 76.