About Pete Anderson
Before he went on to become one of Country music's finer producers, Detroit's Pete Anderson spent time honing his guitar skills in that city's deep blues roots. Making a break for Los Angeles in the early '70s, he began arranging songs and forged a partnership with the young Dwight Yoakam. Yoakam recruited Anderson and the two began a career that would eventually instigate a resurgence of interest in the clean Bakersfield sound. Working as a producer for artists as diverse as Rosie Flores and Thelonius Monster, he became well regarded in the music industry. Along with other industry big-wigs, Anderson began Little Dog Records in 1993. There he pursued a recording career that infuses his love of the blues with country and has resulted in eclectic, fiery Americana marked by his aggressive guitar playing and raspy vocals.