Ian Christopher Anderson

Ian Christopher Anderson is a singer, songwriter out of Nashville, Tennessee. Ian began his musical career at the age of 10 singing with the esteemed Atlanta Boy Choir. In 2012, Ian earned a Master’s Degree in Business. In 2014, he moved to Nashville, Tn.

Ian is very fortunate and thankful to have worked with the following talented musicians in Nashville: Jeff King, Tony Morra, Ben Reno, Tania Hancheroff, Duncan Mullins, and more. Also, these musicians have been a part of music created by Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson, Rascal Flats, Tim McGraw, and Brooks & Dunn.

Ian’s new single, Dyersburg was co-written with Debby Throckmorton, daughter of Songwriter Hall of Fame recipient, Sonny Throckmorton. Debby co-wrote Willie Nelson’s new song, “Ride me Back Home”, which won an award at the 2020 Grammy Awards.

Ian continues to impress audiences with intelligent songwriting, alluring melodies, and inspiring words that come from a deep place. He reminds the listener that like art, the craft of songwriting is the lie that ultimately reveals the greater truth, and Ian is not afraid to talk about it.