John Anderson Returns To The Road…

Country music hit-maker John Anderson is set to return to the stage on September 3, 2017, after rescheduling a few weekend of shows in August to undergo some medical procedures.

I am thankful for the outpouring of prayers from friends and fans. All medical procedures went great and we’ll plan on seeing you all real soon,” says John Anderson.

2017 marks the 35th anniversary of Anderson’s iconic hit “Swingin’” from his acclaimed album “Wild & Blue.”

A native of Apopka, Florida, John Anderson is one artist who can definitely attest that he worked on the Grand Ole Opry…in more ways than one. In addition to playing the WSM Radio show many times as a performer, Anderson was part of the construction crew that helped build the Opry’s current home…which opened in 1974.

However, it’s his musical talents that helped make him a favorite among fans of traditional Country Music. Signing with Warner Bros. Records in 1977, the singer hit the charts with “I’ve Got A Feelin’ (Somebody’s Stealin).” It was the first of many trips up the Billboard Country Singles chart for Anderson, which would go on to include, “She Just Started Liking Cheatin’ Songs,” “Let Somebody Else Drive,” and the CMA Award-winning “Swingin,” which celebrated its’ thirty-fifth anniversary this past summer.

Anderson made a huge comeback to the charts beginning in 1991 with another string of hits that include, “Straight Tequila Night,” “Money In The Bank,” and “Mississippi Moon.” His classic country stylings have made him a favorite of critics, fans, and his fellow artists, such as Merle Haggard, George Jones, and Loretta Lynn.

John Anderson On Tour:
Sept. 03 Hollywood Casino & Resort Gulf Coast – Bay Saint Louis, Miss.
Sept. 16 Poppy Mountain Bluegrass Festival – Morehead, Ky.
Sept. 21 Dan Cannon Auditorium – Dade City, Fla.
Sept. 28 Loretta Lynn Ranch – Hurricane Mills, Tn.
Sept. 29 Billy Bob’s – Fort Worth, Texas
Sept. 30 Burleson County Fair – Caldwell, Texas
Oct. 5 Dosey Doe – Woodlands, Texas
Oct. 7 Sugar Creek Casino – Hinton, Okla.
Oct. 14 Lake Of The Torches Resort Casino – Lac Du Flambeau, Wis.
Oct. 24 State Theatre – Eau Claire, Wis.
Oct. 25 Barrymore Theatre – Madison, Wis.
Oct. 26 Meyer Theatre – Green Bay, Wis.
Oct. 27 Sondheim Center for the Performing Arts – Fairfield, Iowa
Oct. 28 Meramec Music Theatre – Steelville, Mo.
Dec. 01 Harvester Performance Center – Rocky Mountain, Va.
Dec. 02 The Beacon Theatre – Hopewell, Va.

For additional information on John Anderson, 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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