Country music legend and Hall Of Fame songwriter, John Anderson, will be performing an intimate acoustic show in Nashville on Wednesday, July 29th where he will be the first guest on the first ever ‘Country On The Cumberland’ concert series, presented by 650 AM WSM.*
The special acoustic show, which will take place aboard the General Jackson Showboat, is a rare opportunity for fans to be able to experience Anderson’s intimate show and will mark the Country music icon’s first Nashville-based acoustic concert performance in over 30 years.
As part of 650 AM WSM’s 90th celebration, the station is hosting the unique concert series aboard the General Jackson Showboat from July through October and will feature a spotlight artist for each concert. Listeners can purchase tickets to the ‘Inaugural Country On The Cumberland’ concert via WSMonline.com. (Tickets will include an evening cruise down the Cumberland aboard the General Jackson Showboat, dinner, and a very special acoustic concert from the legendary, John Anderson).
Anderson will be performing songs from his long list of hits and his most recent album release, Goldmine, released May 26th. The highly anticipated new project features songs of faith, family, loss, the love of life and more, and is his first studio album release in 9 years.
‘Goldmine’ is now available for download on iTunes, Amazon and other major digital retailers. The album includes the leadoff single “I Work a Lot Better,” which hit radio in mid-May. The rocking mid-tempo track is in the style of previous chart-topping hits, such as “Money in the Bank.”
Throughout his career, Anderson has produced 31 albums and released 60+ hit singles (26 of which charted in the Top 10). He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame on October 5, 2014, and holds a collection of industry awards including Academy of Country Music Career Achievement Award.Anderson is currently touring heavily throughout the United States.
To see if he will be coming to a town near you, please visit JohnAnderson.com/tour.
*About 650 AM WSM: 650 AM WSM’s first official broadcast day was October 5, 1925. The station is the radio home of the Grand Ole Opry, which has been broadcast live over the airwaves since its inception. 650 AM WSM is owned by Ryman Hospitalities (NYSE: RHP). A weekly listing of all 650 AM WSM programming is available at wsmonline.com.