Abby Anderson (@abbyandersonmusic) sat down with Bobby Bones to open up about her musical transformation and determination to stay authentic. Abby moved to Nashville when she was just 17 and got a record deal shortly after but felt like she was compromising her true self just to make others happy. She shared the struggles she went through and why she had no fear of leaving her last record deal. She also admits there was a time she almost quit music but thankfully stuck with it and now loves the songs she's creating. Abby also opened for Stevie Nicks last year and shares her experience opening for one of her idols! She also shares a story on how she found out her friend's uncle is Chris Issak and more!
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