Songwriter Liz Anderson Passes Away

Country music songwriter Liz Anderson passed away last night at the age of 80 from complications of heart and lung disease. She was hospitalized on Thursday, October 27th and was in stable condition at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville.

Liz was the co-founder of the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) with her husband Casey. She became known for writing the Merle Haggard song “Strangers,” and for writing for Conway Twitty, Del Reeves and her daughter, Lynn Anderson.

Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.

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A 26 year-old Canadian girl currently living in England for a culinary career. Fell in love with country music and cooking at a young age, and looks for a way to do both.