Pete Anderson

Pete Anderson

Pete Anderson (born in Detroit, Michigan) is an American guitarist and music producer.

Anderson is most known for his guitar work with, and critically acclaimed production of, country music star Dwight Yoakam from 1984 through 2004. On guitar, Anderson's is technical proficiency and versatility allows him to perform a variety of styles, including country, western, rock, rockabilly, soul, blues, Flamenco, Tex-Mex.

Among the artists Pete Anderson has produced are Roy Orbison, Sara Evans, and The Meat Puppets.

Anderson is the co-founder of Little Dog Records on which he has released three solo albums, using Yoakam musicians like organ and piano player Skip Edwards. Also recording for the label was fiddle player and vocalist Scott Joss, known for his work with Merle Haggard, as well as Yoakam.

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