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Lynn Anderson Exhibit


Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum
222 5th Ave S | Get Directions

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The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will examine the life and career of Grammy-winning country artist Lynn Anderson in an exhibition, Lynn Anderson: Keep Me in Mind, opening Sept. 15, 2017, and running through June 24, 2018. 

Born in North Dakota and raised in northern California, Anderson started performing at age six, and by her teens she was appearing regularly on television. Her parents, Casey and Liz Anderson, were successful songwriters. Together, they wrote “The Fugitive,” a hit for Merle Haggard. The Andersons’ connections, and Lynn’s talent and hard work, led to her signing with Chart Records at age nineteen, in 1966.

By the late 1960s, Anderson was a regular on television’s Lawrence Welk Show, and from 1966 to early 1970 she notched five Top Ten country singles in Billboard rankings. By then, she was also an award-winning equestrian, taking home trophies and ribbons for riding show horses and cutting horses. In fact, Anderson competed in equestrian events throughout most of her life, winning sixteen national and eight world championships, as well as the top trophies at several celebrity competitions.

After marrying songwriter and producer Glenn Sutton, Anderson moved to Nashville in 1969. She signed with Columbia Records in 1970, and Sutton produced her first sixteen albums including Rose Garden, released in December 1970. The album’s title track spent five weeks at #1 on the country chart and reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart. The album was among the first by female country singers to be certified platinum for sales of more than a million copies.



September, 22 @ 9:00 am


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