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John Anderson was born Dec. 13, 1954, in Orlando, Fla., and raised in Apopka, Fla. As an teen, Anderson played in a rock band, but ultimately pursued country music when he moved to Nashville in 1971 where he played in clubs and also helped build the Grand Ole Opry House.
He signed to Warner Bros. in 1977 and by1980 he made his mark on the top 10. He turned Billy Joe Shaver’s
“I’m Just an Old Chunk of Coal” into a Top 5 hit, and
“Wild and Blue” spent two weeks at No. 1 in 1982, soon after
“Swingin’” was released, and shot to number 1, becoming one of his signature hits in 1983. The smash single won a CMA award, and Anderson won the CMA Horizon Award. The timeless song was just recently recorded by Leann Rimes and nominated for a Grammy, once again proving John Anderson’s track record for producing great music.
Diffie has accumulated
seven No. 1 and 23 Top 10 hits, transforming into classics such tunes as
"Would You Catch A Falling Star", "Black Sheep",
"When It Comes To You", "Let Somebody Else Drive", "Straight Tequila Night",
"Seminole Wind" and "I Wish I Could Have Been There".
In the wake of the success of 'Seminole Wind", Anderson
released a number of albums that charted well, producing several more singles that pushed to the upper levels of the country charts. The 1993 album Solid Ground produced a Number One single,
"Money in the Bank". In 1993, Anderson was awarded the Academy of Country Music Career Achievement