Country Music Success Stories | Episode Seventeen – Interview with Bill Anderson. Whispering Bill Anderson has been getting people’s attention for decades through his distinctive voice, his songwriting genius, and his incredible ability to entertain an audience.
Grammy-winning artist, John Berry and his wife Robin have worked together most of his music career, and continue to embark on the journey and project they have created together, a podcast series called Faith, Family & Friends. The twice-monthly subscription-based podcast is an interview series where John and Robin provide a warm atmosphere of conversation in their ‘sitting around the kitchen table’ approach to talking with their guests. The conversation with Country Music Hall of Famer and Grand Ole Opry titan Bill Anderson is available now to subscribers of the Faith, Family & Friends podcast at www.johnberry.com.
“I had a great time sitting down across the microphone and visiting with John Berry for his podcast, Faith, Family & Friends. John and I have so many things in common, both born in South Carolina, both raised in Georgia, having lived one street apart in a suburb of Atlanta. Our visit was more like a conversation between two old friends than an interview. I can’t wait for folks to tune in and share some laughs, a little music, and a few old memories with us,” shared Bill Anderson.
“I absolutely loved the conversation shared with Bill Anderson and digging a little deeper to learn about his faith, family and friends,” shared John Berry. “I love sharing time with friends I have made over the years, and learn new things.”
Bill Anderson Talks ‘Thankful,’ Carly Pearce and 60 Years as a Grand Ole Opry Member [Interview] | Wide Open Country
When Bill Anderson put together a three-song set to celebrate 60 years as a member of the Grand Ole Opry (commemorated on July 17 at the House), two country classics instantly sprung to mind: “Po Folks,” Whisperin’ Bill’s hit in the summer of ’61, and “City Lights,” which put Anderson on the songwriting map after kept it at No.
Many of you have probably heard of country music singer, and Songwriter Hall of Famer, Bill Anderson. This month he celebrates 60 years as a member of the Grand Ole Opry.