Lynn Anderson

Lynn Anderson got her first recording contract through the help of her mother, songwriter Liz Anderson. She started recording for the CHART Label and scored her first top 40 hit in 1966 with "Ride, Ride, Ride", followed by the top ten hits "If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away)" (1967), "Promises, Promises" (1968) and "That's A No No" (1969). All of her recordings for Chart feature the incredible playing of Lloyd Green whose creativity made these records outstanding.

After signing a contract with Columbia Records, Lynn Anderson scored her international million seller "Rose Garden" which also won her a Grammy award. She continued to appear in the hitlists until the mid 70's, again having several #1 Country hits with Lloyd Green on Steel Guitar in 1971 ("How Can I Unlove You", "You're My Man"), 1973 ("Keep Me In Mind") and 1974 ("What A Man, My Man Is")..