Anderson fans were introduced to a man with “dark hair” and “brown
eyes” when she proclaimed, “I thank the GOOD LORD, I got a good man” in
the lyrics of her 2019 bop, “GOOD LORD.” Little did listeners know, she
was referring to Georgia native, Tyler Graham, and as of this past
weekend, Anderson’s fiancé.
Anderson and Graham have been social
distancing together in Georgia, along with some of Anderson’s siblings
due to the stay at home orders in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. On
Saturday night (5/2) Anderson’s older sister Ashlin decorated a canoe
with a beautiful flower arrangement for the couple to take a romantic
boat ride. In the middle of the lake, Graham got down on one knee and
asked her to be his wife. Making the proposal more interesting during
these uncertain times, Graham presented her a ring made of wildflowers
until the jewelers open back up and they can design her ring. Anderson
took to her Instagram to share the news (and photos) capturing the gorgeous moment from shore.
LORD” is the first but not the only song the Black River artist wrote
about him, Anderson shared with her followers Monday during her weekly
Instagram Livestream, Silver Lining Moments with Abby and Friends.
The “I’ll Still Love You” singer stopped to make a note: “By the way,
when I wrote this, we hadn’t told each other we loved each other yet…
Awkward!” then continued to finish the song, with a giant smile on her
face the whole time.
ABOUT ABBY ANDERSON:
River Entertainment artist/songwriter Abby Anderson has earned more
than 80 million streams and has had the privilege to open for some of
the Country’s brightest stars including Bobby Bones, Billy Currington,
Devin Dawson, Russell Dickerson, Brett Eldredge, Walker Hayes, Chase
Rice, and more. Anderson has only scratched the surface in country music
yet has already garnered several notable accolades and made her Grand
Ole Opry debut. She was named one of The Bobby Bones Show’s ‘Class of
2019,’ a member of CMT‘s ‘Next Women of Country,’ and MusicRow’s
‘Next Big Thing for 2019.” Leading into 2020, Anderson released the
song “Flowers,” and has continued to supply fans with new music
throughout the winter. Anderson treated fans to a new song earlier this
year, with the release of “I’ll Still Love You” on February, 7th 2020.
“I’ll Still You,” co-written by Anderson and Josh Minton, was produced
by 2020 GRAMMY award winner Josh Kerr.
Anderson was born to be
on stage. The singer/songwriter has a smile that can light up any room, a
personality as big as the state she hails from, and a voice that can
captivate any audience. For more information and tour dates on Abby
Anderson, please visit AbbyAndersonmusic.com and follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
(Photo Courtesy of Abby Anderson)