Liz Anderson - The United States (561 books)
North Dakota-born songwriter Casey Anderson dies at 92
Anderson gave voice to female survivors; inhabiting their struggles in a soprano at times alluring, at times sassy. As a songwriter, she scored 26 top 50 hits in the s, more than any other female songwriter that decade in the country music industry. Anderson also wrote many of the early hits for her daughter, Lynn Anderson ,  whose recording career began less than a year after her mother's. She wrote several hits for other notable artists, including Merle Haggard. Born Elizabeth Jane Haaby in Roseau , Minnesota,  on January 13, ,  or on March 13, ,  she played the family mandolin as a child and also sang in the local church. At age 13, the family moved west to Grand Forks , North Dakota. At the age of 16, Liz was married to Casey Anderson and then had her daughter Lynn a year later.
Elizabeth Jane Anderson was an American country music singer-songwriter who was one in a wave of new-generation female vocalists in.
many a true word is spoken in jest
It was just a few days ago that I happily wrote a story about the legendary Lynn Anderson releasing a great new Gospel album, 'Bridges'. The album had that same phenomenal voice we remember from all of Lynn's great country hits, most notably of course her signature hit ' I Never Promised You A Rose Garden'. And so it is with great sadness that I read the following in The Tennessean of Lynn's death on Thursday night, July It failed to chart. For two years during the late s, Ms.
Liz Anderson, who wrote breakthrough hits for Merle Haggard and other country singers and recorded songs of her own about faithless men and beleaguered women, died on Monday in Nashville. She was The cause was complications of heart and lung disease, said her publicist, Pam Lewis. Haggard in Haggard had his first Top 10 hit the next year with Ms. Anderson and her husband, Casey Anderson. Anderson also had seven Top 40 country hits of her own.