English EN German DE Russian RU French FR Ukrainian UK Chinese (Simplified) ZH-CN Portuguese PT Spanish ES


(November 16, 2011) Bill Anderson continues to enjoy the fruits of his labor from songwriting, to personal appearances, and constant new awards for his work.  He is always in demand to write as one of music’s greatest songwriters of all time. because of his magic mind and hand, that continue to write hits for many major artists.  A long time member of the Grand Ole Opry, slowing down does not seem to be a part of Bill’s life at this time.  The fan base that he has built up over the past many years makes him one of the legendary artists still in demand as witnessed by his recent appearance in York, PA.
A capacity crowd of fans gathered to enjoy a night with the legend Country Music Hall of  Fame member Bill Anderson Saturday evening November 12th at the York Expo Center in York, PA.
The show produced by Tim Michaels Productions of York was attended by Bill Anderson fans from all over the  East Coast.  Michaels said the contingent of fans many of whom  traveled hundreds of miles to York, were treated to an amazing evening with Bill showcasing the 6 decades of hits that he has written for countless artists in Country Music as well as his perennial favorites like “Still” “I Love You Drops” and  “Tips of My Fingers,” just to name a few.
One of the highlights of the evening was a special presentation to Bill on behalf of all Pennsylvania Country Music fans, and Tim Michaels Productions.  A unique plaque shaped in the form of the State of Pennsylvania was presented to Bill on stage by Michaels and a new and upcoming country singer/songwriter from York, PA, 14 year old, Leah Burke..
For Country Music fans in Pennsylvania it truly was a great night with A Legend.

Marty Martel

Related Posts

Rising teenage country star Mikayla Lane signs with Brown Lee Entertainment       

Mikayla Lane who is partnering with Red River Publishing and Brown Lee Entertainment

Fans join Craig Campbell and celebs for Cornhole Challenge

Country music fans and celebs gathered to support a great cause and enjoy fun in the sun

Elle King, Martin Johnson, Miranda Lambert celebrate No. 1

One thing is for sure: Nobody wanted to go home from the Number One party for “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home)”

The Isaacs stay busy with “Humpty Dumpty Heart” and tour

IBMA, GMA Dove award winners The Isaacs continue to ride the road

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.