John Anderson Tickets
Grab your John Anderson tickets and watch the iconic country music artist live. Anderson has had a successful music career spanning over three decades. During this time he has given several hits. Some of his most popular songs include When It Comes to You, Bend It Until It Breaks and Your Lying Blue Eyes. The singer is all set to appear as one of the special guests on Blake Shelton’s Friends and Heroes Tour. The outing also features The Bellamy Brothers, Trace Adkins and Lauren Alaina. If you wish to be a part of the music ride, wait no more to buy your tickets now.
Tickets for John Anderson are currently unavailable.
Click on "Get Tickets Alert" to get notified via email before tickets go on sale.
Discover Events Near You!
Write down your email and never miss an update.
John Anderson was born December 13, 1954. Interestingly his early music influences were not country musicians but rock and roll stars such as The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix. He played as part of a rock band until he was fifteen years old. This was when he discovered the music of Merle Haggard and George Jones and his focus shifted to country music.
Raised in Apopka, Florida, Anderson relocated to Nashville, Tennessee in the year 1971 and did odd jobs to make ends meet. In the evenings he used to perform in clubs. His gigs at the clubs finally paid off when in 1977 he signed his first deal with Warner Bros Records. His song I’ve Got a Feelin’ hit Billboard’s Country Hot 100. The following year he broke into the Country Top 40 with the song The Girl At The End of the Bar.
With various hit singles throughout the late 70s and the early 80s, Anderson became a much recognized name in country music. His 1981 record John Anderson 2 spawned the hit I’m Just an Old Chunk of Coal which earned the musician a nomination at the Grammys in the "Best Male Country Vocal Performance" category.
In the year 1982, John Anderson released his fourth music album Wild & Blue. Its single Swingin’ co written with Anderson’s writing partner Lionel Delmore, was a number one hit. It cemented the singer’s status in the music industry and he received an impressive five Country Music Association Award nominations that year. Besides he bagged the Horizon Award.
Several more hit albums followed but none of them was as successful as Wild & Blue. In the year 1986 Warner Bros and Anderson’s long time association came to an end.
After Warner Bros, the musician signed a contract with MCA Records under which he released two music records followed by one under Capitol Records in the year 1990. These albums were not able to chart very highly on the charts. In the year 1991, Anderson joined BNA Records and got the chance to work with the iconic country music producer James Stroud and released the album titled Seminole Wind. The record brought the singer back into the limelight and received two times Platinum certification. This was highest than any of his records till that time. Apart from that, he also received nominations at the CMA Awards. These were in the categories of Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Male Vocalist.
Seminole Wind spawned hit singles such as Straight Tequila Night, When It Comes to You, Let Go of the Stone and the title song. All of these hit the Top 10 on the country chart. The success of the album gave a fresh start to Anderson’s career in the music industry. He went on to release numerous records which did fairly well commercially. His 1993 record titled Solid Ground gave the number one hit Money in the Bank. This was also the year Anderson was presented with the Career Achievement Award at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
In his illustrious career so far, John Anderson has recorded for various record labels. His 2009 album Bigger Hands saw him working with Stroud as producer once again. Anderson has also collaborated with several other music artists. On his 2007 record Easy Money, he worked with John Rich of Big & Rick. He also co-wrote John Rick’s single Shuttin’ Detroit Down which came out in the year 2009.
Friends and Heroes Tour
John Anderson will now be performing as part of country musician Blake Shelton’s Friends and Heroes Tour. Besides him, the outing features artists such as Lauren Alaina, Trace Adkins and The Bellamy Brothers. If you wish to catch them all live, check out the itinerary and buy John Anderson tickets at the earliest.
John Anderson Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for John Anderson tickets is $92. The date and location for this event is 18-Jan-20 at Prairie Knights Casino, Fort Yates. The minimum get-in price for John Anderson tickets is $72.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|John Anderson||Fort Yates||18-Jan-20||$92||$72|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.
Q:When will John Anderson perform at the Dixie National Rodeo?
A:The iconic country star who has given multiple chart-topping singles like, Black Sheep and Money in the Bank, John Anderson will be performing a show live at the Dixie National Rodeo on February 10, 2020. That gig will take place at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson.