Pete Anderson

Style: Country/blues
Began playing professionally: 1972
Stomping grounds: Los Angeles, CA

Pete Anderson, who learned to play "Hawaiian Guitar" after seeing Elvis on TV, has been the guitarist for Dwight Yoakam for many years.. He made his first solo album, Working Class, in 1995. He also runs the independent label Little Dog Records, which has released CDs by Anderson, Anthony Crawford, Scott Joss, Jim Matt, Jeff Finlan, Joy Lynn White, and the Lonesome Strangers.


Little Dog Records, 223 W. Alameda suite 101, Burbank, CA 91502
Phone: 818-557-1595 - Fax: 818-567-1682


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Working Class, Little Dog Records, 1994.

With Dwight Yoakam:
Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc., Oak OR2356 1984
Guitars Cadillacs Etc. Etc., Warner/Reprise 25372-2 1986
Hillbilly Deluxe, Warner/Reprise 25567-2 1987
Buenas Noches From A Lonely Room, Warner/Reprise 25749-2 1988
Just Lookin' For A Hit, Warner/Reprise 25989-2 1989 [Greatest Hits CD]
If There Was A Way, Warner/Reprise 26344-2 1990
This Time, Warner/Reprise 45241-2 1993
Dwight Live, Warner/Reprise 9 45907-2 1995
Gone, Warner/Reprise 9 46051-2 1995
This Is Dwight Yoakam, Warner/Reprise WPCP-3852 1990 [Japanese]
La Croix D'Amour, Warner/Reprise 9362-45136-2 1992 [German]

Other credits:

Michele Shocked, Short Sharp Shocked

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