Country music icon, John Anderson, recently released a praiseworthy new single, titled “Don’t Forget To Thank The Lord,” to Country music radio. The track, which is the second release from his most recent album, Goldmine, was co-written by Anderson and John Rich.
“Don’t Forget To Thank The Lord” hit country radio on Monday, September 14th. Radio listeners will love the positivity of the song, which calls for us to be thankful for all the many blessings the Lord has given us. A great reminder we all need to hear.
To hear “Don’t Forget To Thank The Lord,” click here.
For Anderson himself, the single was born out of a sincere thankfulness for all the opportunities he’s been given to pursue his country music career.
I’ve always loved the Lord and been very thankful He’s allowed me to do what I do. That’s a pretty good message for anybody, no matter whether they like the song or not,” said Anderson.
“Don’t Forget to Thank The Lord” is even more powerful when performed live. Anderson will be performing live tonight in Bakersfield, CA at the Kern Country Fair. To see if Anderson will be coming to a town near you, visit JohnAnderson.com for a complete list of upcoming tour dates.
John Anderson has a proven track record of success since he first came to Nashville back in 1971. His career has produced multiple award nominations, including a Grammy nomination, an ACM Career Achievement Award, a CMA Horizon Award, induction into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, 23 albums and over 60 singles, 26 of which reached Top 10!
John Anderson has been a staple in Country music throughout his whole 44 years in the business. With multiple hits under his belt including, “Seminole Wind,” “Swingin’,” “Straight Tequila Night,” “Money In The Bank,” “Wild And Blue,” “Black Sheep” and “When It Comes To You,” Anderson is now releasing a brand new 13-track album, “Goldmine.” The new album was produced under his very own newly-formed record label, Bayou Boys Music, on May 26, 2015 and is already proving the have more hits to add to the list.
Well, one thing that is different from the last four or five albums that we produced is the fact that I went into the studio with my good friend, Joe Spivey and produced the record without any other opinions or influence. We had a great group of players and were left to go in and do these songs again just the way we thought they ought to go. And that’s pretty much the way Goldmine turned out!”
The album features 12 tracks either written or co-written by Anderson and leadoff single “I Work A Lot Better” which hit country radio back on May 11th and is available for download on iTunes, Amazon and other major digital retailers.