Lynne Anderson- Rose Garden

Every Tusday I will upload a new song to my channel if you have request the let me know andI will see what I can do I will need artest and song to get just what you want.
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Forgotten Artist, Liz Anderson ~ Walk Out Backwards

Liz Anderson (b.13 January 1930) whose real name is Elizabeth Jane Haaby, was born in Roseau, Minnesota to a poor, religious family. Liz started singing and playing with a mandolin at the age of eight at her local church. In 1957, the family moved to Sacramento, California. The limited popularity at the time of country music in California led Anderson to start writing songs. Liz is the mother of country singer Lynn Anderson. Anderson began publishing her songs and made friends within the burgeoning country music community in Bakersfield during the early 1960s. Some of the first hits from her pen were Be Quiet Mind by Del Reeves and Pick of the Week, which was recorded by Roy Drusky in 1964. In 1965, Merle Haggard recorded her song All My Friends Are Gonna Be Strangers. Anderson won a BMI award for the song. Anderson published over 260 songs during her career and earned five BMI awards. Many major country artists of the 1960s recorded her songs on their albums, including Charley Pride, Tammy Wynette, Ernest Tubb, Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Skeeter Davis, Waylon Jennings, Kitty Wells, Connie Smith and Bill Anderson. Anderson’s first hit was in 1967 when she scored a Top-5 hit called Mama Spank. She also wrote hits for Merle Haggard such as All My Friends Are Gonna Be Strangers and The Lonesome Fugitive. In addition, Liz has written several other songs including I Watched You, Be Quiet Mind and I Don’t Wonder for Del Reeves. The songwriting continued when she wrote Pick of
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ローズ・ガーデンRose Garden/リン・アンダーソンLynn Anderson

Rose Garden – Lynn Anderson リン・アンダーソン/ローズ・ガーデン(1970年10月) ・「ローズ・ガーデン」グラミー賞獲得・ビルボード誌1971年年間ランキング第3位・ニッポン放送 ポップス・ベストテン1971年年間第20位1. メロディ・フェア Bee Gees 2. ある愛の詩 Francis Lai Orchestra 3. シェリーに口づけ Michel Polnareff 4. 恋のかけひき Hamilton,Joe Frank & Reynolds 5. 雨を見たかい Creedence Clearwater Revival
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“Rocky Top” is one of seven official state songs of the state of Tennessee, as well as the unofficial fight song for the University of Tennessee Volunteers. The two best-known versions of the song are by the Osborne Brothers and Lynn Anderson. The Osborne Brothers first had a regional hit with the song in 1967 and reached number thirty-three on the US Country chart. Lynn Anderson did even better on the charts with her version in 1970, when it peaked at number 17. In 2005, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ranked “Rocky Top” number seven on its list of 100 Songs of the South. The Pride of the Southland Marching Band performs Rocky Top outside of Neyland Stadium prior to the University of Tennessee vs. Western Kentucky football game on September 5, 2009.
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