Bill Anderson Breathes New Life Into Hits On Latest Album Bill Anderson is set to release his 73rd album, The Hits Re-Imagined, on July 24. The new project includes 10 of the most iconic songs the Country Music Hall of Famer has written and recorded, as well as songs he’s written that have become hits […]
Bill Anderson to Revisit 60 Years of Hits on Upcoming Album Fifty-nine years ago, soft-voiced singer and ace songwriter Bill Anderson whispered his way into Grand Ole Opry membership, where he’s been a mainstay ever since. “Whisperin’” Bill’s vocal style remains subdued in the present but his legendary gift for songwriting, which first garnered attention […]
Country Legends We Love: Bill Anderson In a career that extends for more than 60 years, Bill Anderson has written and co-written dozens of hits that have since become country standards, including “Once a Day,” “The Lord Knows I’m Drinking,” “The Cold Hard Facts of Life,” “Saginaw, Michigan,” “City Lights,” “Tips of My Fingers,” “Whiskey […]
Grand Ole Opry legend and member of both the Country Music Hall of Fame and Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, “Whisperin’” Bill Anderson is this week’s Opry “House Guest DJ” while the Tuesday and Friday Night Opry shows are on hiatus, sharing some of his favorite Opry memories and hosting two hours of handpicked country classics. […]
Whisperin’ Bill Anderson looks back at the 1967 western ‘Stranger on the Run’ |Medium by Jeremy Roberts
Recently I gauged Stranger on the Run in my Jeremy’s Classic Western Roundup column. Henry Fonda’s frequently forgotten sagebrush saga was a Halloween 1967 made-for-NBC-movie with James Dean’s costar Sal Mineo, director Don Siegel, and screenwriter Dean Riesner [both repeat Clint Eastwood collaborators] among the talented personnel. Aside from actors Michael Burns and Rex Holman, […]
Nashville Insider ‘Quarantined’ Ep 172 – Bill Anderson and Adam Wurtzel play ‘Fandango’ No Description During the recent interview with Nashville Insider, Bill Anderson and Adam Wurtzel play a game of ‘Fandango” a tv game show that Anderson hosted in the 70’s but this time Bill is the contestant! How do you think he faired?