Lynn Anderson林恩·安德森1947年9月26日生于北达科他州的Grand Forks，成长于加州。 在她20岁生日的时候，Lynn已作为网络电视的唯一乡村歌手，与‘The Larence Welk Show（一个著名的美国音乐节目）’签了约。Lynn的丈夫－制作人Glenn Sutton为Lynn创作了三支格莱美榜首曲《Rose Garden－玫瑰花园》、《You're My Man－你是我的男人》、《How Can I Unlove You－叫我如何不爱你》，此外《Cry－哭泣》、《Listen To A Country Song－聆听一首乡村歌曲》和《Fool Me－愚弄我》也曾排在格莱美前十位。by Steve HueyBest-known for her Grammy-winning smash Rose Garden, Lynn Anderson was one of the most popular female country singers of the early 70s, helped by her regular exposure on national television. Anderson was born in Grand Forks, ND, and grew up in Sacramento, CA; her mother, Liz, was a professional songwriter best-known for penning Merle Haggards early hits (All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers and The Fugitive (the latter with her husband, Carey). Naturally, Lynn picked up music too, and performed as a singer and guitarist during her teen years. In the mid-60s, her mother got a recording contract of her own based on her demo tapes, some of which featured Lynn singing background vocals. When the two traveled to Nashville, Lynn wound up recording for the small Chart label, cutting a duet with Jerry Lane as her first single. Her first solo single was 1966s In Person, and in 1967 she scored her first Top 40 hit with her mothers composition Ride, Ride, Ride. She burst into the country Top Five with 1967s If I Kiss You (Will You Go Away), 1968s Promises, Promises, and 1969s Thats a No No. Her success helped her land a spot as a weekly regular on The Lawrence Welk Show for a time, and made her the only country singer of her time to fill such a slot on any TV program. She eventually departed amid objections to singing in stereotypical haywagon settings, but went on to appear on numerous other variety shows.In 1970, Anderson moved to Nashville with her husband, writer/producer Glenn Sutton, and signed with Columbia. She quickly scored the biggest hit of her career with the Joe South-penned Rose Garden, which topped the country charts and went all the way to number three on the pop side. It won her a Grammy for Best Female Country Vocal, and proved a hit in 15 countries. While Anderson never quite duplicated that crossover phenomenon, she racked up 14 more Top Ten hits on the country charts through 1974, including the number ones How Can I Unlove You, Youre My Man, Keep Me in Mind, and What a Man, My Man Is. Her run of success tailed off somewhat in the latter half of the decade, but she continued to make regular appearances on the charts, and finally returned to the Top Ten with 1979s Isnt It Always Love. She parted ways with Columbia in 1981, and scored one last Top Ten hit for Permian with 1984s Youre Welcome to Tonight. Other than a single for MCA and an album for Mercury, Anderson was silent for the remainder of the 80s; in 1992, she issued the album Cowboys Sweetheart on the small Delta label. Live at Billy Bobs Texas appeared from out of nowhere in 2000.