Carlton Anderson is a country music singer-songwriter signed to Arista Records in Nashville.
Anderson grew up in Cypress, TX native, before attending Belmont University and playing on Music City's famous Lower Broadway. As a kid he worked odd jobs at the grocery store and oil fields to earn money to buy a guitar and PA. Anderson’s musical influences begin with Willie Nelson, who he refers to as "his drug" as well as George Strait.
His 90's influenced sound has brought him recognition with a new crop of country artists including Riley Green and Anderson Cody Johnson who Anderson has toured with in Nashville. He released a self titled EP in 2014 with the songs "Airplane" and "Forever".
He signed with Sony Nashville in 2018 and released a debut single on May 18 called "Drop Everything". The track was co-written by Rhett Akins, Matt Dragstrem, and Ashley Gorley. -- Wikipedia