Lynn Anderson’s fans are definitely sad on Friday as news of the talented singer death has been announced. She is best known for her radio hit that landed her on the top of the charts called “(I Never Promised You a) Rose Garden” and went on to achieve an extraordinary career that combined a strong fan base along with good music. According to the Nashville Gab on Friday, the country music legend who held the “Top Grossing Song by a Female Artist” for 27 years with the signature tune. The star died late on Thursday night.
The career of Lynn Anderson had help from the legendary Lawrence Welk. Grabbing the national spotlight as a young singer on “The Lawrence Welk Show” between 1967 and 1969, the star was discovered on live television doing what she loved. According to Fox News on Friday, Lynn was offered a contract by Columbia Records.
The voice of the singer was immediately distinguishable by the fans. Husky and strong, when Lynn Anderson sang she could be distinctly heard in a room of voices. Her voice as well as her compassion had fans rallying for her in every part of her career. Always taking time to sign autographs and taking pictures, she was beloved by the fans who knew she would make time for them.
Country music fans have definitely lost a beautiful soul in the entertainment business. Lynn Anderson definitely was the perfect star when it came to her vocal qualities and her attention to keeping up with the fans. She will be missed by the fans.