Multi-Platinum, Grammy Award-Winning, Producer/Guitarist, Pete Anderson is known worldwide for being one of the greatest, Roots/Blues Guitarist today.
Widely known for his work with, Dwight Yoakam, Anderson produced/arranged/and played on every recording from 1986-2003 resulting in sales of 25 Million+ recordings. He is also a renowned bandleader who has appeared on “Saturday Night Live”, “David Letterman” and “The Tonight Show” (19 times since 1986) and has played over 4,000 live shows in upwards of 15 countries around the world.
His current show sees him fronting a Guitar/Organ trio that is Blues based and also features elements of Jazz, Roots and Americana. He’s just returned from his 2018 Summer tour, which featured an appearance at the legendary Ann Arbor Blues Festival.
Anderson was also recently honored at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and took part in their, “Great Guitars” series. He also made an appearance at the Country Music Hall of Fame, where one of his custom suits is featured in the “Bakersfield Sound Exhibit”. And another great highlight was performing on the PBS show, “Music City Roots”.
But don’t let the Country pedigree mislead you – Pete is 6 records into a solo career that is based in the Blues. His last 2 releases are Blues oriented with hints of Jazz and Roots music. His new record, “Pete Anderson – 60’s With A Twist” is scheduled for an October release on Little Dog Records.
Also keeping Anderson busy, is his signature guitar series with Reverend Guitars. He has his signature hollow body (THE PA1), The Eastsider (A familiar “T” shape) and most recently the Eastsider Baritone which made it’s debut at Summer NAMM 2018.
The guitar legend is showing no signs of slowing down. He’s pushing his guitar into new territory while remaining completely true to his roots. The best way to describe Pete’s show is to think of a guitar trio version of the “Rat Pack” revue. It’s an evening of great songs, great stories and world-class guitar playing.
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