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About John Anderson

Neo-honky tonker John Anderson's self-titled debut album appeared in 1980 and helped signal the rise of the new traditionalist movement. Soon the hits started to pile up. 1982's "Wild and Blue" was his first chart-topper, and he duplicated that feat twice in 1983 with "Black Sheep" and "Swingin'." He subsequently returned to the Top Ten several times, but by 1987, his commercial momentum had stalled. In the early '90s, he mounted a major comeback, starting with 1992's Seminole Wind. Its title track went to number two, and the follow-up "Straight Tequila Night" went all the way to number one. ~ Steve Huey

HOMETOWN
Apopka, FL
GENRE
Country
BORN
Dec 12, 1955

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