Keith Anderson, record label part ways
Oklahoma singer-songwriter Keith Anderson and his record label, Columbia Nashville, have parted ways, CMT.com is reporting.
Anderson, who was born and raised in Miami, released his second album, “C’Mon,” in 2008 and reached No. 2 on Billboard’s country charts with the ballad “I Still Miss You.”
His 2005 album, “Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll,” which was released on Arista Nashville, was certified gold. His other singles include “Pickin’ Wildflowers,” “XXL,” “Every Time I Hear Your Name,” “Sunday Morning in America,” She Could’ve Been Mine.” His single “Podunk” included a video filmed in his hometown.
He also penned Big & Rich’s hit ”Lost in This Moment” and the Grammy-nominated George Jones/Garth Brooks duet, “Beer Run.”
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