Lynn Anderson- Back
  • You Can't Lose What You Never Had
  • Love Comes Around Again
  • What I've Learned From Loving You
  • Your Kisses Lied
  • At This Moment
  • Fool for Love
  • Heartbreak Kid
  • This Time the Heartbreak Wins
  • Mr. Sundown
  • You're Welcome to Tonight
  • You Can't Lose What You Never Had
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:13) [5.06 MB]
  • Love Comes Around Again
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:51) [6.51 MB]
  • What I've Learned From Loving You
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:44) [8.54 MB]
  • Your Kisses Lied
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:46) [6.35 MB]
  • At This Moment
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:42) [8.48 MB]
  • Fool for Love
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (02:16) [5.2 MB]
  • Heartbreak Kid
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (04:09) [9.5 MB]
  • This Time the Heartbreak Wins
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:33) [8.12 MB]
  • Mr. Sundown
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:38) [8.33 MB]
  • You're Welcome to Tonight
    Genre: Country
    MP3 (03:50) [8.78 MB]
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Biography
Contact info@creativeanddreams.com for more information about Lynn Anderson.

Best known for her Grammy-winning smash "Rose Garden," Lynn Anderson was one of the most popular female country singers of the early '70s, helped by her regular exposure on national television. Anderson was born in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and grew up in Sacramento, California; her mother Liz was a professional songwriter best known for penning Merle Haggard's early hits "(All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers" and "The Fugitive" (the latter with her husband, Carey).

In 1970, Anderson moved to Nashville with her husband, writer/producer Glenn Sutton, and signed with Columbia. She quickly scored the biggest hit of her career with the Joe South-penned "Rose Garden," which topped the country charts and went all the way to number three on the pop side. It won her a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal, and proved a hit in 15 countries. While Anderson never quite duplicated that crossover phenomenon, she racked up 14 more Top Ten hits on the country charts through 1974, including the number ones "How Can I Unlove You," "You're My Man," "Keep Me in Mind," and "What a Man, My Man Is."

For more information about Lynn Anderson please contact: info@creativeanddreams.com
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  • Members:
    Lynn Anderson
  • Sounds Like:
    Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Jeannie C. Riley
  • Influences:
    Connie Smith, Tammy Wynette, Jan Howard, Brenda Lee
  • AirPlay Direct Member Since:
    04/27/16
  • Profile Last Updated:
    11/06/19 18:29:17
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