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For Immediate Release
John Anderson’s Bigger Hands among the Top 10 Albums of 2009
 
Playboy Magazine Publishes Annual Music Poll
 
 
Nashville, TN – Playboy Magazine’s annual music poll is underway and John Anderson’s latest album, Bigger Hands, is listed among the Top 10 Country Albums of 2009.
 
Two country music legends were reunited when the artist co-produced the project with James Stroud. The two have collaborated many times over the years on such Anderson classics as "Seminole Wind" and "Straight Tequila Night."
 
"James and I have been friends and partners a long time," Anderson states. "He and I have recorded quite a bit over the years, and he even played that signature drum track on my comeback single "Straight Tequila Night." I feel like we gave this one our very best effort and it feels very true to what I do," he says of the new music.
 
Bigger Hands is available on Country Crossing Records, a division of Ronnie Gilley Entertainment. The album includes the quintessential Anderson tune, "Cold Coffee & Hot Beer."
 
For more information on John Anderson, visit www.johnanderson.com
 
The results of Playboy’s readership poll will publish in an upcoming issue of the magazine.
 
ABOUT RONNIE GILLEY ENTERTAINMENT
Ronnie Gilley Entertainment, a division of Ronnie Gilley Properties, is a full service entertainment company located in Enterprise, Alabama. RGE is active in all facets of the entertainment industry, including recording/engineering, music publishing and artist management/promotion.
 
RGE’s music interests include Stroudavarious Records, Country Crossing Records and BamaJam Records. The company also produces the annual Verizon Wireless BamaJam Music and Arts Festival, and is the developer of the country themed Country Crossing destination resort near Dothan, Alabama.
 
For more information, visit www.ronniegilleyproperties.com
 

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