Country Legend John Anderson Tours And Talks Life In Music On ‘Reflections’

Diana Price - Author

Jan. 3 2018, Updated 3:06 p.m. ET

In celebration of his latest release, Goldmine, country legend John Anderson will be touring this summer and fall, and will be featured on the next episode of the television series Reflections on The Heartland Network, March 7. Along with the show’s host, Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame DJ Keith Bilbre, Anderson will talk about his long career and give fans a glimpse into some of the highlights and milestones behind the music, according to a press release from Webster Public Relations.

Anderson, best known for his song “Swingin’,” will also drop in on Larry’s Country Diner on March 5. Anderson will be performing songs from Goldmine while also catching up with host Larry Black on the show. Larry’s Country Diner airs on the RFD-TV network.

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With 35 years under his belt in the country music scene, Anderson proved he was as relevant as ever on the country scene when Goldmine was lauded by Rolling Stone as one of the “40 Best Country Albums of 2015.” NASH Country Weekly also hailed him as “The Torch Bearer” for traditional country music. His fans seem to agree, as he sold out almost all of his 2015 tour dates.


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