037_37 Keith Anderson, who hit the country charts back in 2005, with his debut single “Pickin’ Wildflowers,” said on his web page that his first career choice was major league baseball. He was pretty good at it too, and had already caught the attention of the Kansas City Royals, when a shoulder injury pushed him in another direction.

In addition to writing “Pickin’ Wildflowers,” and many of his other songs; Keith also co-wrote “Lost in This Moment,” recorded by Big & Rich.

Keith If you’re hoping to catch Keith in concert somewhere soon, he will be at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville on April 8; Williamson County Pavilion in Marion, Ill., on April 10; Gallagher IBA arena in Stillwater, Okla., April 12; then over the Duluth, Ga., at Wild Bill’s, on April 18. After the Georgia show, Keith has a few Texas dates to take him through April.

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Keith Anderson, who hit the country charts back in 2005, with his debut single 'Pickin' Wildflowers,' said on his web page that his first career choice was major league baseball. He was pretty good at it too, and had already caught the attention of the Kansas City Royals,...