John Anderson Releases Newly Re-made Video For His Smash Hit “Seminole Wind”

Remember when Country music gave you the chills? Remember when Country music didnt rap? John Anderson does…

It’s been 25 years since John Anderson released his smash hit, “Seminole Wind,” now he’s back with an updated version with a more blue grassy feel which was recently re-recorded with the band Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road.

It’s everyone’s dream to meet their favorite country music artist, but when you are an artist yourself, why not dream to record with them someday? That’s exactly what happened to me!” Lorraine Jordan said. “John did a great job on it and I believe the bluegrass fans will welcome John and this classic song to bluegrass!”

Peep the video here…John is the real deal….

“Seminole Wind” is featured on a new re-issued version of Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road’s critically acclaimed project, “Country Grass”, released via Pinecastle Records, and fans can purchase the single on iTunes.  The song will serve as the latest single released to bluegrass radio stations, and is also available on AirplayDirect.

Other guest artists appearing on “Country Grass” include Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, John Conlee, Eddy Raven, Marty Raybon, Ronnie Reno, Tim Cifers and Jesse Keith Whitley, in addition to the late Jim Ed Brown and Lynn Anderson.

Fans can catch Anderson on tour, where he will be performing “Seminole Wind.” The country hit-maker will also be playing other tracks off of the “Goldmine album, such as “Magic Mama” and his signature hits like “Swingin.”

For additional information on John Anderson and a complete list of tour dates, visit his official webpage at

You can also follow John on TwitterInstagram and YouTube to see what he’s up to and for more great music!


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