Chris Anderson had music running through his veins his entire life but didn't realize it until the age of 18. Once he discovered his gift, Chris’s otherwise ordinary life took a completely different, unexpected path. After hearing Chris sing for the first time, his uncle Jeff Anderson, a professional clarinetist, gave him his very first live performing opportunities as the lead singer of his former band, The Blue Notes.
First known professionally as "The Singing Busboy" of Jebino's Restaurant in his hometown of Eatonville, WA, Chris has been performing his seamless interpretations of classic hits, spanning a variety of genres, for over a decade.
Chris hasn’t always been an old soul when it comes to his musical interests, but that all changed the fateful day his grandfather sat him down at his record player and started to play Chris the songs he grew up with. Chris’s love for this newly discovered music grew rapidly, which led to him realizing his destiny: to breathe new life into those songs without losing the essence of what made them so great to begin with. It’s thanks to this dedication to his craft that he has officially and independently become an international entertainer.