John Anderson was born and raised in Florida but moved to Nashville in 1971 and the age of 17. He played the clubs around the area and also helped build the current Grand Ole Opry House. He finally got a record deal with Warner Bros.in 1977 but didn't have a top 10 hit until four years later in 1980.
Lovin', cheatin', and drinkin'. It's time for another "thirsty Thursday" where we take a listen to one of the great drinking songs in country music. It comes from a singer who's career was over by the time this song came out.
John Anderson started out playing rock and roll music, but switched to country when he noticed his sister, who was in a country band, was playing to sell out crowds in the central Florida area. John moved to Nashville in 1971.
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