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Pink Anderson

Pink Anderson

Pink Anderson


Pink Anderson (full name Pinkney Anderson, February 12, 1900–October 12, 1974) was a blues singer and guitarist, born in Laurens, South Carolina. After being raised in Spartanburg SC, he joined Dr. Kerr of the Indian Remedy Company in 1914 to sing and dance for crowds while Kerr peddled his patent medicine. In 1916, Anderson met Simmie Dooley in Spartanburg, from whom Pink learned to be a blues singer. When Anderson was not travelling with Dr. Kerr, he and Dooley would play small gatherings in Spartanburg and neighboring communities. Read more on Last.fm
Pink Anderson (full name Pinkney Anderson, February 12, 1900–October 12, 1974) was a blues singer and guitarist, born in Laurens, South Carolina. After being raised in Spartanburg SC, he joined Dr. Kerr of the Indian Remedy Company in 1914 to sing and dance for crowds while Kerr peddled his patent medicine. In 1916, Anderson met Simmie Dooley in Spartanburg, from whom Pink learned to be a blues singer. When Anderson was not travelling with Dr.

Kerr, he and Dooley would play small gatherings in Spartanburg and neighboring communities. After Dr. Kerr retired in 1945, Anderson generally stayed close to home in Spartanburg, keeping his musical talents in tune with a small guitar and harmonica. Heart problems forced Anderson to retire in 1957. Pink's son, known as Little Pink Anderson, is currently a bluesman in Georgia. Trivia: -Anderson appeared in the 1963 film The Bluesmen.

-Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett constructed his band's name using Pink Anderson's and Floyd Council's first names. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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