MICHAEL ANDERSON

MICHAEL ANDERSON

Michael Anderson is a songwriter, artist, producer and author who has written songs for John Fogerty, Juice Newton, Pam Tillis, Phil Seymour, Rebecca St. James and others in rock, pop, country and CCM. He has been a Staff Writer for EMI and BMG Publishing in Nashville as well as MCA/Universal and Criterion Music in Los Angeles. He wrote the #1 country single “Maybe It Was Memphis,” several #1 CCM singles and won a Dove Award for “Hard Rock Song of the Year.”

As a solo artist, he has released six albums, including two on A&M Records, two on EMI/ Forefront and two independent releases. Michael is also an author of screenplays and books, including Michael Anderson’s Little Black Book of Songwriting, and works as a music business career and song consultant.

At MI, he teaches Professional Songwriting and Artist Development.