Bill Anderson Biography
Bill Anderson is the famous television personality, country music songwriter and singer who have released over 40 studio albums and singles of whose has topped seven times in the country charts. Regarded as the most accomplished songwriter in the history of country music, Anderson is widely recognised for his soft vocal technique and spoken narration which was occasional. During his career tenure, he has produced several hits song that includes 1963 still, 1962 Mama Sang a Song, My Life and many more has also worked with some of the famed artist including Wanda Jackson, Ray Price, Lynn Anderson, Connie Smith, Brad Paisely and many more. Beside his successful singing career, he has also established himself as a successful television personality appearing as host for The Better Sex in 1977 and also for Fandango from 1983 to 1989.
This accomplished and famed musician landed on the earth on 1st November 1937 in Columbia. He first rised to fame when his lyrics of City Light topped the country charts after it was recorded by Ray Price in the year 1958 and taking the full advantage he signed the recording contract with Decca Records. Prior getting signed his contract with Decca, he was associated with the small TNT label for the recording from the year 1957 and 1959. Furthermore, he has also brought his self written autobiography titled Whisperin’ Bill and is among the list of bestselling book in South.
Moving towards his personal biography, Anderson is at 75 years of his age and is still singe. This doesn’t mean he wasn’t married and had no wife. He was married twice and also has divorced twice. Initially, he was the husband of Becky Anderson but the date of their nuptial isn’t revealed and couple divorced in 1997. The name of his second wife is Bette Anderson who remained his wife till 2010 whereas in his case also the marriage dates them isn’t revealed and divorced in 2010. The additional information about his children and future marriage or girlfriend is nowhere to find in internet.