Women swoon every time country heartthrob Keith Anderson takes the stage. Born near the Ozark Mountains in Miami, Okla., Keith grew up listening to the Southern sounds of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, and Willie Nelson's Red Headed Stranger. The latter album turned Keith's attention toward country music. As a top baseball prospect, he gained attention from major league teams until a shoulder injury shattered his chances.
Bodybuilding also provided him with a job as a part-time catalog model. After moving to Dallas, Keith hit the local nightclub stages while working various day jobs.
Writing ad jingles for local radio became his first paying gig in music. Moving to Nashville and playing around town introduced him to some professional songwriters. A couple minor appearances on various albums appeared before Keith hit pay dirt with "Beer Run," which Opry members Garth Brooks and George Jones recorded as a duet in 2001.
Keith's debut album Three Chord Country and American Rock & Roll debuted in 2005. "Pickin' Wildflowers" was a Top 10 hit for Keith, while "I Still Miss You" from his second album C'Mon was equally as successful.
“I thank God for those who laid down their lives to call this place my home.”