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Anderson, Little Pink (Alvin Lewis), 1954-



Alvin Lewis "Little Pink" Anderson was born in Spartanburg, SC in 1954 to musician, Pink Anderson. Pink Anderson is best remember for lending his name to the band Pink Floyd and as a major inspiration to Johnny Cash. The younger Anderson spent his youth surrounded by the music industry, but his father saw little money from his music career and the family was poor. Anderson got caught up in crime in his youth and spend much of his life in and out of jail for various offenses. Following his release from jail in 1996, Anderson recommitted himself to music and has since led a successful career as a blues musician.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Allison, J. - Arnold, B.

 File — Box A3
Scope and Contents Allison, Jack Allison, Leroy Allison, Paul Allison, Ralph Allison, Rita Allison, Ronnie Allison, Wayne Allison, William Alvarez, Debra Lynn Alverson, Albert D. Alverson, Charles P. Amaker, E.J. Amick, Deborah Amick, L.T. Amos, Susan Lee Anders, Albert W. Anderson, Alan D. Anderson, Almalee Anderson, Alvin (baby...
Dates: 1940 - 1999

Spartanburg -- Biography -- Anderson, "Little Pink", 1997 - 1999

 File — Spartanburg Pamphlet File Drawer 1
Scope and Contents

Two newspaper clippings from the Spartanburg Herald-Journal and one issue of "Living Blues" magaiznes which all feature articles about blues musician, "Little Pink" Anderson.

Dates: 1997 - 1999