At an early age in Mississippi, Shelby Anderson started picking out melodies on the piano. He then turned his attention to the drum set, guitar and harmonica, writing songs and playing throughout his teens and 20s. Along the way, Shelby had the opportunity to open up for acts like B.B. King, Ingram Hill and Afroman; then he started engineering and producing his own material. At 29, He made the move to Austin for a bigger scene to further pursue his passion for music.