Branson Anderson is an Ogden, Utah based singer-songwriter influenced by a wide array of artists from the 1920's to the present day. Originally from Logandale, Nevada, he started writing while he was still a teen.
Influenced by greats like Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash, Jack White, Robert Johnson, he holds a humble reverence for the roots of Americana music. You'll hear it in his songs and see it during live performances where he tries to channel the spirits of yesteryear while bringing his own unique approach to his roots music.
His debut album, "Graydog", was released in 2017 and was recorded by Joshua James at his Willamette MTN studio in American Fork, Utah. The album also features James and members of his band.
On September 20th, 2019, Branson released his highly anticipated second album, "Applecore, Baltimore," also recorded with Joshua James.
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