Liz Anderson Net Worth is
Liz Anderson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Liz Anderson (January 13, 1927  – October 31, 2011) was anAmerican country music singer/songwriter who was one in a wave of new generation female vocalists in the genre during the 1960s to write and record her own songs on a regular basis. Writing in The New York Times Bill Friskics-Warren noted, "Like her contemporary Loretta Lynn, Ms. Anderson gave voice to female survivors; inhabiting their struggles in a soprano at times alluring, at times sassy." Anderson received two Grammy Award nominations in 1967, one for "Best Female Country Vocal Performance" for her self-penned, Top 5 hit "Mama Spank" and the other for "Best Country Vocal Group" for the Top 5 hit "The Game of Triangles," with Bobby Bare and Norma Jean.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. Haggard had his first Top-10 and number one hits, respectively, with "(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers" and "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive," both penned by Anderson. He would name his band "The Strangers" after the hit, "(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers."
|Date Of Birth||January 13, 1927, Roseau, Minnesota, United States|
|Died||October 31, 2011, Nashville, Tennessee, United States|
|Albums||Cookin' Up Hits, Liz Anderson Sings, Liz Anderson Sings Her Favorites, The Game of Triangles|