Country singer-songwriter Liz Anderson was hospitalized yesterday with complications from heart and lung disease. She’s in stable condition at St. Thomas Hospital.
Liz is the co-founder of the Nashville Songwriters Association International along with her husband Casey. Liz is known for writing Merle Haggard’s “Strangers,” and her songs she wrote for Conway Twitty, Del Reeves and Lynn Anderson, her daughter.
She’s asked that flowers and donations be sent to the NSAI Legislative Fund.