Keith Anderson

Country Singer

Keith Anderson was born in Miami, Oklahoma, United States on January 12th, 1968 and is the Country Singer. At the age of 56, Keith Anderson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 12, 1968
United States
Place of Birth
Miami, Oklahoma, United States
56 years old
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Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, USA
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Brian Anderson
Keith Anderson Life

Keith Anderson (born January 12, 1968) is an American country music performer.

Anderson was one of many co-writers on "Beer Run" before signing a record deal. (B Double E Double Are You In? A duet by Garth Brooks and George Jones, which was released in late 2001, was called "(W)" by Garth Brooks and George Jones.

In 2004, Anderson was signed as a recording artist to Arista Nashville.

"Pickin' Wildflowers" was his first album and American Rock & Roll's lead-off track from his debut album Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll's debut in 2004.

The album "Pickin' Wildflowers" debuted on Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, earning four hit singles and earning gold by the RIAA. Anderson co-wrote Big & Rich's single "Lost in This Moment," a Top One hit on the country music charts in mid-2007, in addition to his own material.

Anderson moved to Columbia in 2007, and his second album, C'mon!, was released on August 5, 2008.

"I Still Miss You" his album's second single, his first Top-five country hit. I'll Bring the Music, his latest release, is a six-song EP album called I'll Bring the Music; it was released on May 12, 2015.

Early life

He played sports during middle and high school and began his music career by playing in a band at church. After graduating from high school, he attended Oklahoma State University, where he was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He obtained a degree in engineering during his college years. He played baseball in college and was contacted by the Kansas City Royals. Anderson tried bodybuilding and finished second in the Mr. Oklahoma tournament after a shoulder injury ended his professional baseball career.

Personal life

After ten years of dating, Anderson married Lauren Woodruff in December 2010. On October 5, 2011, they welcomed their daughter, Crozle J. Anderson, and Jaxon, a boy born in November 2013. Keith was divorced in 2017.


Keith Anderson Career

Musical career

He began working with an engineering company in Dallas, Texas, after graduating. He resigned to pursue a career in music a year and a half later. He went to clubs late at night, began writing songs, and learned guitar from his brother, Brian.

He auditioned in Dallas for Grapevine Opry, a show that had never seen any country actors in the past. He appeared on the show for three years before presenting at the Texas State Fair and Six Flags.

Due to financial constraints, he was compelled to find additional jobs as a landscaper and as a personal trainer. He was also enrolled in the University of Texas' physical therapy program. He decided to put off his education and begin making his first CD a month before starting. "I thought it was a minute before I started," he said. This is going to be a slew of commitments. If I'm ever going to do music, I'd better go for it 100%. NOW. Physical therapy will always be available, and my engineering degree will continue to be available.'

He began promoting his CD in Nashville after recording it in Nashville. He formed a band in 2000. Garth Brooks and George Jones co-wrote "Beer Run (B Double E R-U-N)," Anderson co-wrote with several other writers, including George Ducas. He began playing for Montgomery Gentry in 2002 and appeared at numerous venues, including Arista Nashville, where he earned his first performance contract. Since then, he has written songs for Gretchen Wilson and Big & Rich's "Lost in This Moment" album.

Anderson was signed to Arista Nashville in 2004. In "Pickin' Wildflowers," "XL," and "Every Time I Hear Your Name," his debut album, Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll, produced chart hits. Mark Hudson remixed the title track with Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler as a guest vocalist after the latter. "Podunk" was the album's last single and peaked at number 34 after it failed to chart, and it reached its high point.

In early 2007, Anderson's "Sunday Morning in America" was the lead-off single to Arista's second album. This song hit No. 1 on the charts. However, the album was delayed until October 28. Anderson went from Arista Nashville to Columbia Records Nashville later this year. "I Still Miss You," his first single for the label, was released in 2008 and became his third Top Ten hit. It was the lead-off single on his second album C'mon!, and "Sunday Morning in America" was included on it, as well as his own version of "Life in This Moment" and a photo of Foster & Lloyd's "Crazy Over You." "Somebody Needs a Hug" - the album's third single, debuted at No. 13. 46. "She Could've Been Mine" was the fourth single on the charts and debuted at No. 4. In early 2009, there were 56 people in the United States. In October of this year, Anderson left Columbia Nashville for Columbia Nashville.

Anderson has performed and released a few songs on his fan club, as well as his official website. "Wild Girls" and "Your Town for Now" are among the songs included on the Underground. Anderson's single "I'll Bring the Music" was released in May 2014, which received airplay on The Highway.

I'll Bring the Music, Anderson's sixth-song EP album titled I'll Bring the Music was released on May 12, 2015 via iTunes and Amazon. In 2014, he released a full-length album with the same name as his website and his shows.


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According to a statement made today, an energy corporation is still trying to force prepayment meters in the homes of poor customers, including mothers with young children. Following a controversy surrounding the procedure, ScottishPower was granted permission to enter homes to forcibly install the meters last month. If debt agents discover evidence of a danger of significant vulnerability when entering a house, the company said it would not fit a meter. Evidence was presented on October 19 in a court hearing in Reading relating to 20 cases involving a debt agent for the firm who said there were no known vulnerabilities. However, the Times has discovered that at least two of the cases were bankrupt - and that one of them gave birth in September. Claire Coutinho (top right) visited ScottishPower chief executive Keith Anderson (bottom right) to ask why the mothers were pursued.

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