North Carolina singer/songwriter Terry Anderson first gained local attention as the drummer and occasional vocalist of bar bands the Woods and the Fabulous Knobs. His first widespread notice, however, came when his composition "Battleship Chains" was covered by the Georgia Satellites; later, the Satellites' frontman Dan Baird made his solo debut with Anderson's "I Love You Period." In 1994, Anderson cut his first solo effort, You Don't Like Me; What Else Can Go Right, a collection of no-frills rockers and rootsy acoustic numbers, followed two years later. The new millennium saw the release of Anderson's third album, I'll Drink to That. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi