Lori Anderson

Lori Anderson


Country mixed with a little Jazz and a little Blues gives you this exciting new artist LORI ANDERSON


As Lori Anderson’s uncle stepped out the back door he was surprised to hear 7-year-old Lori in the back yard singing her heart out. It wasn’t the typical voice of a young girl as she actually sang with the power and talent of a seasoned older singer. She has been amazing her audiences ever since. She began holding monthly talent shows in her neighborhood enlisting all the kids to perform. It became a neighborhood tradition for many years to follow. Eventually this little talent show would become a thriving business for Lori. She started a nonprofit fundraising organization at age 16 putting on free concerts for children’s charities. She was president and founder of the organization for the next 19 years. Lori sang when ever and where ever the opportunity would arise; fairs, fundraisers, and talent shows -- one of which took her to the state finals in her home state of Indiana.
When she was old enough to start the club circuit she performed with house bands in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Traveling and playing in bars, night clubs, and honky tonks finally lead Lori to Nashville TN where she met independent producer Dick McVey in 1991. Lori was at a crossroad in her life – torn between a dream and raising a family. Needless to say, Lori’s good-hearted nature led her back home to raise a family. She continued singing locally for the next several years doing concerts and performing at every opportunity. She also continued her work with her charitable organization.
Lori has returned to Nashville continued to work with dick McVey, She has completed her debut album “Goodbye Town” she has already had 5 of the 10 tracks aired nationwide as well as on England and Australia country music radio stations. Lori was a special guest on the popular syndicated Conman Radio Show in November 2006. She performed two songs live in the studio and he gave two more songs from the project spin during the hour long Interview. On November 25th, 2006 Lori performed her album release concert in her hometown to a sold out Crowd in the Bedford Indiana Convention Center. With a full celebrity band backing her including on loan from Mr. Tim McGraw, one Billy “Thunder” Mason on Drums. ” Lori will be going on tour in July 2007 in conjunction with the Conman Radio show. She will tour 130 cities nation wide. Cities where the Conman Radio Show is aired, and the Cities where radio stations have graced us with Lori Anderson’s music. Lori will also begin shooting her music video in Nashville TN in August. The video will be song #10 from the album "I Don't Play That Game" Written By Tom Paden. The video will be aired on cable and satilite networks. Lori's tour will lead her back to Nashville for her showcase and with luck determination and hard work this will be a turning point in her career.
Lori's success comes from her positive attitude, outgoing personality, electrifying talent, and, most of all, determination. Her beauty, charm, honesty and professionalism are but a few of her assets. It is apparent why those who meet her are instant fans. Lori's talent and personality on and off stage guarantee her to be a popular attraction wherever she goes and an absolute asset in todays world of country music. Although the road has been long and hard, Lori feels she has grown in her talent and as a human being. And feels she has gained extensive knowledge that helps to make her a better performer and an influential talent in country music. She has no regrets in the twists and turns she has faced throughout this journey and hopes to use every road she has traveled as a lesson learned as she keeps on keeping on.


Debut album GoodBye Town
available in record stores nation wide
also available on i tunes, MP3 extentions, sound click, coming soon to verizon ring tones
Songs that have had major nationwide airplay on indi and large market radio networks are

Leavin on Your Mind (single release)
Coffee's on The Table (single release)
Walkin on The Blue Side (single release)
Just One Wish (Syndicated nationwide air play during live interview)
Maybe I Miss You (Syndicated nationwide air play during live interview)
One Door Opens (Latest Single On Radio Now.)

Set List

One Door Opens
Maybe I miss You
Coffee's on The Table
Walkin on The Blue Side
Leavin on Your Mind
A Satisfied Me
Just One Wish
I Don't Play That Game
Standing on The Edge of Goodbye
all albums songs
Cover songs change throughout depending on popularity this is a typical set list of covers
Before He Cheats
Dear Me
Hit me With Your Best Shot
Me and My gang
Probably Wouldnt be This Way
Something to Talk About
When Love Starts Talkin
I feel Lucky
Lights Out
He Talks to Me
Down in Mississippi
Oh Lonesome Me
Chain of Fools
Better Things to Do
Goodbye Earl
My Give a Damn's Busted
2 Sparrows in a hurricane
Did I Shave my Legs For This
Poor Me
Walkin after Midnight
This Kiss
Give Alittle Love
Cryin Time
I Guess You Had to be There
Bring on The Rain
this is for a 3 hr show with the opening act playing for one hr.