Country Hall of Fame® and Museum Spotlight for John Anderson

June 6, 2017

@Webster PR


After making his chart debut forty years ago and influencing many modern day country performers, Anderson will be the highlight of a new exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum!

Anderson has played a vital role in the country timeline of music by being a part of the crew who helped build the Orpy's current home, which opened in 1974. Aside from working on the Grand Ole Opry, he also played WSM Radio multiple times. 

"We are looking forward to our appearance on Nissan Stadium, as its been several years since we participated in CMA Music Fest and I am looking forward to it," said Anderson. "I am very grateful and flattered that the folks at the Country Music Hall of Fame would consider me for an exhibit. This is something that most artists only dream about and for me it's becoming a reality. Love and thanks to the fans who have supported us through the years as well as the folks at the Hall Of Fame."

Being a staple in history is one of many accomplishments for John Anderson as his music is what makes him a favorite among fans of traditional Country Music.

He signed with Warner Bros. Records in 1977, and since has hit the charts many singles including "I've Got A Feelin' (Somebody's Stealin), "She Just Started Liking Cheatin' Songs", "Let Somebody Else Drive", and "Swingin", "Straight Tequila Night", "Money In the Bank", and Mississippi Moon". 
He will also be performing at 2017 CMA Music Festival on the Nissan Stadium stage on Saturday, June 10!