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Al Anderson Biography

Al Anderson Biography

Al Anderson (born 1947 in Windsor, Connecticut) is an American guitarist, singer, and songwiter. Between 1971 and the early 1990s, he was the lead guitarist in the rock band NRBQ, also releasing several solo albums. In the 1990s, Anderson shifted his focus to country music, writing hits for Carlene Carter ("Every Little Thing"), Vince Gill ("Which Bridge to Cross (Which Bridge to Burn)"), Diamond Rio ("Unbeliavable"), Trisha Yearwood ("Powerful Thing"), Tim McGraw ("The Cowboy in Me"), Jimmy Buffett ("Trip Around the Sun"), and songs for other country artists.

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