(Nashville, Tenn. – September 23, 2015) – Country music icon, John Anderson, has released a praiseworthy new single, titled “Don’t Forget To Thank The Lord,” to Country radio. The track, which is the second release from his most recent album, Goldmine, was co-written by Anderson and John Rich.
“Don’t Forget To Thank The Lord” was shipped to radio on Sept. 14. Radio To hear “Don’t Forget To Thank The Lord,” click here.
listeners will love the positivity of the song, which calls for us to
be thankful for all the many blessings the Lord has given us.
For Anderson, the single was born out of a sincere thankfulness for all the opportunities he’s been given to pursue his music.
“I’ve always loved the Lord and been very thankful He’s allowed me to do
what I do. That’s a pretty good message for anybody, no matter whether
they like the song or not,” said Anderson.
“Don’t Forget to Thank The Lord” is even more powerful when performed
live. To see Anderson on tour across the United States, visit JohnAnderson.com for a complete list of upcoming tour dates.
Anderson released his new album, Goldmine, on May 26, which also marked his first album release in nine years. Released on his own record label, Bayou Boys Music,
the 13-track collection of original material features authentic lyrics
and Anderson’s signature sound. The award-winning and Hall of Fame
songwriter wrote or co-wrote 12 of the album’s 13 tracks. The album is
currently available on iTunes, Amazon, and other major digital retailers.
Raised in Apopka, Fla., John Anderson grew up listening to both rock and
traditional country, with plenty of country gospel mixed in for good
measure. In the end, Anderson chose to pursue his country music dreams, a
decision for which all his fans are very grateful. Anderson is
recognized as one of the greatest country singers to ever step up to the
microphone, possessing one of the most instantly identifiable vocal
instruments in the history of the genre.
Anderson got his start in 1977 when he signed with Warner Brothers Records. He went on to have his first major hit in 1980 with Billy Joe Shaver’s, “I’m Just an Old Chunk of Coal (But I’m Gonna Be a Diamond Someday).” Other hits include the classic “Wild and Blue,” released in 1982, and “Swingin,” the No. 1 Billboard Country single co-written with Lionel Delmore that would lead Anderson to garner the CMA Horizon Award.
Throughout his career, Anderson has produced 23 albums and released more
than 60 singles (26 of which charted in the Top 10). He was inducted
into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame on October 5, 2014, and holds a wealth of industry awards including Academy of Country Music Career Achievement Award.
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