On July 30, 2015, country singer-songwriter Lynn Anderson died from a heart attack at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center – where she had been briefly hospitalized after contracting pneumonia following a trip to Italy. She was 67. Her death sparked ...

In 1970, country singer and TV personality Lynn Anderson recorded “Rose Garden” after hearing its original version. However, Anderson’s producer – her husband Glenn Sutton – rejected her recording because he thinks “it was not a girl’s song.” After much ...

(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden was the title track of Lynn Anderson‘s studio album released in 1971. It peaked at no. 1 on the Country Music chart for four weeks, crossed over to other music charts, and became ...

The timeless “Rose Garden” of Lynn Anderson was performed by Martina McBride once for her album Timeless. If you haven’t heard of it yet it’s time to give this piece of art a listen. The Song Came from her Timeless ...

Lynn Anderson performs a beautiful rendition of  “You’re My Man.” Lynn Rene Anderson, professionally known as Lynn Anderson, is a well-known country artist in the 1960s. Her crossover appeal and regular exposure on national television helped her became one of ...

This classic hit from Lynn Anderson was actually a cover from Joe South. South is a country singer and songwriter who made the song for his 1969 debut album. The track is an important reminder to those who are in ...

Lynn Anderson Photo Credit: Lynn Anderson/ youtube.com via screengrab Lynn Anderson was an American Country Music singer known for a string of hits. She was the daughter of Casey and Liz Anderson,  country music songwriters. Anderson showed her interest in ...

“Rocky Top” is a classic country song that’s been recorded by a lot of artists. Furthermore, it has been used by the University of Tennessee as their fight song during college football games. “Rocky Top” Story Why do you think ...

While country superstar Lynn Anderson had released a number of songs throughout her career, it is still “Rose Garden” that many will first think of when her name pops up. Being one of the classic country artists who had enjoyed ...

“Top of the World” is one of the best songs of all time. It has been recorded and released by various artists inside and outside of the country music scene. However, the most successful performances of them all were from ...

Lynn Anderson’s Beginnings On September 26, 1947, a star was born named Lynn Rene Anderson in Grand Forks, North Dakota. She is known to be one of the top female vocalists. The biggest influence on her love of country music ...

www.youtube.com Today we remember Lynn Anderson as it has been four years since her death. Anderson was known for her rendition of the song “Rose Garden.” But who is Lynn Anderson before and what did she contribute to country music? ...

www.youtube.com Being with someone you love is a good thing because it makes everything in life easy and simple. It gives you the motivation to move forward in life because you know you will have someone who will always be ...

www.youtube.com Most people don’t like to cry especially in front of others. People think that crying is a sign of weakness, but it’s not. We are all naturally born to cry. It is part of us, and no one can ...

Photo credits: AllMusic, Discogs, New York Times, Mercury News, Amazon, IMDb It is time to turn back the musical clock and look at a few female singers who hugely made a remarkable impact on country music. Some of the prime ...

https://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/lynn-anderson-dead-dies-20150731 Lynn Anderson, one of the most successful female country singers of all time had recorded more than 50 Top 40 singles of her entire career. Her style of music captured the country music obsessives. Indeed, she was one of ...

Every woman out there wants to find the perfect man for her. When we say perfect, it differs from one person to another. Some people define perfect as someone who will accept them even with their darkest past, while for ...

“Anderson’s television background and her ability to bring show-business dynamism to recordings and concert performances helped her achieve crossover success,” said Kyle Young, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum CEO. “With talent and tenacity, the country music star ...