One of country music’s female pioneers and hit makers, Lynn Anderson, passed away at the age of 67 in the city that brought her much inspiration, love, and support, Nashville, TN. Anderson was the daughter of two well known and highly successful song writers. Lynn Anderson was considered one of the best golden voices and brightest personality in country music during her successful career.
Her first hit came in 1966 with the song, ‘Ride, Ride, Ride’ and then was quickly followed up with her second hit, ‘If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away).’ The latter of these songs was her first to break the top 5 on the music charts and was a fun and popular hit for other women who were starting to really find their own voices in country music. (It is also a fun fact that both of those songs were actually written by Anderson’s mother, Liz Anderson.)
It was on the ‘Lawrence Welk Show’ that Lynn Anderson became a household name on American television. She thrilled the crowds and won the heart of Lawrence Welk in the late 1960s. Soon after, Anderson continued on with her career and created her largest hit, ‘Rose Garden,’ which hit number one on the charts.
Throughout the years she continued on to roll out many hits, she received many rewards, and Anderson maybe even had a few run ins with the authorities! We will fondly remember her contributions to country music and to the women who sing it. She will be greatly missed.
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