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Nashville country hunks these days are as unavoidable as cow chips at a livestock show. Keith Anderson distinguishes himself from the pack by virtue of his unaffected persona and well-honed songwriting. While there’s nothing on his second album C’mon! that’s radically new, he invests enough craft and individuality in its tracks to set them apart from typical commercial country fare. He brings real gusto and wit to the album’s title track, a hard-pumping party anthem overflowing with long necks and leggy ladies. The rambunctious kiss-off tune “Break My Heart” makes it clear that Keith is no love-struck fool. For the most part, though, C’mon! is devoted to expressions of wistful regret and smoldering passion. Anderson’s light tenor vocals (accented with falsetto at key moments) lend sincerity to romantic numbers like “She Could’ve Been Mine,” “I Still Miss You,” and the R&B-tinged “Lost In This Moment With You.” Narratives like “Adaliene” and “Closest I’ve Ever Been” show Anderson to be an adept writer with a keen eye for detail. True, there isn’t much grit in his depiction of life and love, but Anderson’s solid virtues make his C’mon! an appealing invitation all the same.

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The Best Country Has To Offer

Keith Anderson is one of the best singer songwriters that modern country has to offer. His songs have been recorded by people like Garth Brooks, George Jones, and Big & Rich. He has strong emotional vocals and a wonderful ability to touch his audience. C'MON is full of tracks that make you laugh and cry. His sophmore album shows growth and staying power. This album is definitely worth a listen.

C'mon! Delivers! Awesome voice and awesome songs! Complete package!

Wow! Another album where it is hard to pick a favorite because they all blow you away! Keith's voice delivers again! A country singer that needs to be doing sold out concerts instead of clubs and fair. Already looking forward to future releases!

"C'mon!" is a great album!

Great mix of ballads and rockers. Keith's prowess as a songwriter is clearly evident throughout this album, but his vocal talents (including those perfectly pitched falsettos) make it a must for any country or southern rock fan!

Biography

Born: January 12, 1968

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Women swoon every time hunky country heartthrob Keith Anderson takes the stage, but despite his good looks, Anderson's first big country music break was a behind-the-scenes job. Born near the Ozark Mountains in Miami, OK, Anderson grew up listening to the Southern-fried sound of Lynyrd Skynyrd and Molly Hatchet along with numerous hair metal bands. A copy of Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger turned Anderson's attention toward country music. He started writing country songs and envisioned himself...
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