"D.C. Anderson possesses a subtle and supple voice that envelopes a song and caresses each lyric with an understated honesty that is both touching and refreshing."
Jonathan Frank - Talking Broadway.com
"There is a powerful dynamic at work here - as funny as he can be (singing 'Human Fondue' - the effects of a night of chocolate smeared lovemaking, or 'Chocolate is Fine' - giving us all the excuse we need to indulge our obsession with the stuff), he can surprise you with a serious, heartbreaking BALLAD...a unique artist.
Barbara and Scott Siegel - Theatermania.com
"Anderson sings with storytelling mastery!"
Don Heckman - Los Angeles Times
"Anderson's voice is rooted in the folk/pop style with a soothing quality...it's on the ballads that he really shines!"
David Hurst - Showbusiness Weekly
D.C. Anderson is a Bistro Award winning Singer/Songwriter with a catalogue of 5 CD's on the LML Music label. BALLAD - independently released, his sixth recording in 10 years, is the first to feature all original works. Primarily a lyricist, D.C. has written with composers Carol Hall, Roy Zimmerman, Ricklen Nobis, Elizabeth Doyle, Rick Snyder and Steven Landau on BALLAD. His CDs are recorded live - accompanied on a grand piano, with acoustic guitar, and/or with acoustic bass. His musical collaborators have included pianists Steven Landau, David Robison and Lem Jay Ignacio, bassists Ritt Henn and Jennifer Leitham, and guitarist Roy Zimmerman.
Also an actor - D.C. has performed on television, on Broadway, on National Tour and in regional productions at the Steppenwolf (Chicago), Great Lakes Shakespeare (Cleveland), and Guthrie (Minneapolis) Theaters.
His solo show in the Brownville Concert Series was broadcast on PBS.
A songbook of his songs can be found in music stores - individual sheet music at www.MusicNotes.com.
Visit www.dcanderson.net for concert information and updates.