Grego Anderson

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Grego Anderson (born 1968) is an American blues musician and folk artist, living in Austin, Texas.

Art[edit]

His artwork has been exhibited in galleries from Boston, Massachusetts to San Diego, California, and is featured in the Mojohand online gallery.[1] His work is best described as "rustic;" he paints only portraits of blues musicians on wooden planks.

Honors[edit]

Anderson was recognized by the United States Congress in 2003 as one of two official visual artists for the Year of the Blues.[2]

Appearances[edit]

Anderson appears in the Lightnin' Hopkins' documentary film, Where Lightnin' Strikes—the Lightnin’ Hopkins story,[3] and on the Veria television program, The Art of Living.

Music[edit]

Anderson is also a blues musician, playing lap steel guitar with The Freight Train Troubadours and Los Pistoles in Austin Texas, and as a sideman throughout the Americas.

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