John Anderson Will be Inducted Into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame
Country singer/songwriter John Anderson will be inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame October 5th. John Anderson biggest song came early in his career in 1983, the song was “Swingin’” and it got him the Horizon Award and Song of the Year.
John Anderson will be inducted into the Hall of Fame October 5th for songs he wrote like “Chicken Truck,” “Goin’ Down Hill,” “I Wish I Could Write You A Song” and “If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It.” In the ’90s John wrote and recorded “Seminole Wind,” “Country ’Til I Die,” “I Wish I Could Have Been There” and “Bend It ’til It Breaks.” But John’s biggest song was the classic Swingin’ and it made John Anderson famous.
“Swingin’” is the Song That Got John Anderson Noticed in Nashville