1. John Anderson (born December 13, 1954 in Apopka, Florida) is a country singer and musician. He scored hits in the early 1980s with songs such as "Swingin'," "Your Lyin' Blue Eyes," "Black Sheep" and the Billy Joe Shaver-composed "I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal." His career hit a dry spell for several years until 1991, when his single "Straight Tequila Night" came out. Subsequent hits included "Money In The Bank" and "Seminole Wind." The latter would become Florida's unofficial state anthem. Anderson makes his home in Smithville, Tennessee, approximately 50 miles southeast of Nashville.
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John David Anderson (born December 13, 1954, in Orlando, Florida) is an American country music artist with a successful career that has lasted more than 30 years. Starting in 1977 with the release of his first single, "I've Got a Feelin' (Somebody's Been Stealin')", Anderson has charted more than 40 singles on the Billboard country music charts, including five Number Ones: "Wild and Blue", "Swingin'", "Black Sheep", "Straight Tequila Night", and "Money in the Bank". He has also recorded twenty-two studio albums on several labels. His newest album, Bigger Hands, was released on June 2009, on the Country Crossing label.