Anderson continued to work as a session musician while pursuing his own projects; he was briefly a member of Animal Logic, a shortlived supergroup featuring former Police drummer Stewart Copeland and Return to Forever bassist Stanley Clarke, and later was guitarist and songwriter with the alternative rock band Ednaswap, who released three albums between 1995 and 1998, but received their greatest success through another artist when Natalie Imbruglia scored an international hit with the song "Torn", originally recorded by Ednaswap on their album Wacko Magneto. In 1999, Ednaswap broke up, the same year that Anderson once again found himself being heard all around world through someone else's record when he contributed the guitar solo to Ricky Martin's breakthrough hit "Livin' La Vida Loca". But Anderson's biggest break came in 2001, when he was invited to play guitar on Paul McCartney's album Driving Rain and subsequently signed on as guitarist with McCartney's road band for his world tour, which was documented on the albums Back In The U.S. and Back In The World.
Anderson also appeared on McCartney's 2005 release Chaos and Creation In The Backyard, and again joined the exBeatle for his subsequent road work. That same year, Anderson finally released his first solo album, Undressing Underwater, which featured contributions from McCartney, Stewart Copeland, David Kahne and a number of other musicians who'd worked with him over the years. taken from yahoo.com check out his website www.rustyanderson.com 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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