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New Artist Spotlight: Carlton Anderson


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  • July 25, 2018

This Texan native is an aspiring Willie Nelson and our latest New Artist Spotlight!

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This week’s New Artist Spotlight is Texas native, Carlton Anderson. Anderson, who refers to Willie Nelson as “his drug,” fell in love with country music at a very young age.

While attending Belmont University, he began playing at honky-tonks and bars in downtown Nashville. Billboard described Anderson as a new country star who’s sound is reminiscent on “old-school” country, but Anderson just describes his music as, “If I’ve lived it, I can sing about it. If I haven’t lived it, I’m not a good faker.”

His most recent single, “Drop Everything,” is a sentimental song that Anderson describes as “a long song about a guy speaking up for the girl that he wants and taking a chance” (Drop everything, your plans, your man / I don’t see a ring on your pretty little hand / Drop some plastic on the tab, my Chevy into gear / Drop your keys by my door, your coat on my floor / And we’ll go from there, drop everything).

Listen to “Drop Everything” on YouTube below:

To learn more about Anderson, visit his website. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for Carlton Anderson: we know it’s going to be big.

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