When Pete Anderson, along with fellow musicians Greg Hanna (bass), Jack Maeby (organ and keys) and Jesper Kristensen (drums), rocks Boone’s on Saturday, folks will get to see the show of a lifetime. Anderson’s credentials include, most famously, playing all the phenomenal guitar work while handling the spectacular production of the major hits of Dwight Yoakum, working alongside the iconic country singer throughout his career from 1986 to 2003. The Detroit, Mich., native had a big hand in promoting the burgeoning Americana/roots rock scene, creating sounds for other famous folks such as Lucinda Williams, Jim Lauderdale, Michelle Shocked and Rosie Flores in his Grammy Award-winning career. Since first hearing Muddy Waters at age 16, Anderson developed a deep and abiding love for the blues, and spends his solo career nurturing that special feeling. On Even Things Up/Deluxe Edition, the Tele-master’s 2011 re-release of a 2009 record with four added songs, the blues influence is front and center, supported by original music and outstanding musicianship.
Sat, Nov 5, 8pm