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Keith Anderson and Chad Warrix
3rd and Lindsley

Keith Anderson and Chad Warrix

Keith Anderson Chad Warrix

Wednesday, Jun 06, 2012 4:00 PM CDT 2012-06-06T16:00 (3:00 PM Doors)
, Nashville, TN

35.0 35.0
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Tickets are available to Fan Club Members for $30 per member.  In addition, non fan club members may purchase tickets for $35 each.  All tickets are general admission.  You do not need to hold tickets to CMA Fest to attend this party.

 

“I’ve been a songwriting junkie my whole life. The first thing I’ve always done when I’ve gotten a new CD was take out the insert and find out who wrote what. I’ve dreamed my whole life of writing with my heroes and have been blessed to be able to write with many of them.”


Keith Anderson could be the poster child for the notion that good things happen to good people. He’s quickly earned the reputation of being an adept writer of award nominated hits, not just for his own projects but for other artists as well and his good guy persona is as widely known as his high energy, let’s-get-this-party-started live shows.

The release of his sophomore album C’MON! finds Anderson, the Grammy-nominated songwriter, in fine form. He co-wrote 10 of the disc’s 11 tracks, pairing with some of Nashville’s top tunesmiths including Rivers Rutherford, Tim Nichols, Chuck Cannon, Vicky McGehee, Jeffrey Steele (also the disc’s producer) and Bob DiPiero. “I wrote by myself for so long that it’s fun to co-write,” the Oklahoma native says. “I’m just such a social person that I love people and working together with them. Different co-writers have different strengths and I think you tend to tuck away certain ideas for certain co-writers.”



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