Windsor’s “Big Al” Anderson talks music, life on tour, sobriety

(WTNH)–If you were around in Connecticut in the 1960’s through the ’80s, you might remember the bands “Wildweeds,” “The New Rhythm and Blues Quartet” or “NBRQ.”

On tonight’s “Nyberg,” an original band member of those groups, Windsor’s own “Big Al” Anderson, talked about his life on the road, sobriety and what he’s doing now.

The prolific song writer has written for some of country music’s most famous artists.

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