He is known as one of the format's nicest guys, but also one of its' most talented. By 1998, Steve Wariner had been a mainstay on the country music scene for close to two decades. After a run of hits on RCA, MCA, and Arista, Wariner was about to see his career kick into a higher gear than ever before. Riding on an airplane with Garth Brooks, Steve was listening to a song he had just written. Brooks -- a huge Wariner fan, asked to take a listen. The song knocked Garth out so much that he arranged for Capitol Nashville exec Pat Quigley to hear the song -- and the rest became history. Released fourteen years ago this weekend, "Holes In The Floor Of Heaven," became one of Wariner's biggest hits. That fall, the song garnered awards for Single and Song of the Year from the CMA. Nashville collectively stood and cheered, and nobody any more so than one of Steve Wariner's former opening acts -- Garth Brooks. Here's "Holes In The Floor Of Heaven."