Eddie Sanders
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  • Echoes of Love
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (02:24) [5.48 MB]
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    Genre: Bluegrass
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“Echoes Of Love” is the third single by Eddie Sanders from the partnership of Nashville based Engelhardt Music Group and Rural Rhythm Records.

Written by Eddie Sanders with Adam Engelhardt & Don McAfee “Echoes Of Love” is the true story of an amazing actual event in Eddie’s life! Sanders tells how “Echoes Of Love” recounts the story of the day that Eddie’s father, Legendary Oklahoma Festival Promoter Freddie Sanders, found out the hard way just how dangerous flood waters can be!

On a cold and damp autumn afternoon, Coal Creek (which actually ran just behind the stage at The Sanders Family Bluegrass Festival in McAalester, OK.), proved to be an irresistible temptation for Freddie and his yet “never ridden” canoe. As he commenced the initial ride in his new canoe, Freddie soon discovered that Coal Creek had rolled out of its banks and was running wide and dangerous. The wild ride in the Creek soon became life threatening, as Freddie’s canoe tipped over and he was thrown into the swollen Creek and swept away, vanishing beneath the raging waters! By the grace of God, about a half mile downstream Freddie miraculously landed safely in the top of a tree! Freddie’s wife, Jo Sanders, had witnessed the entire horrifying event. Jo had no idea that Freddie had landed in a tree, and was terrified with the certainty that Freddie had surely drowned.

Meanwhile, Freddie was a half-mile down river, clinging desperately to the tree hoping for a rescue. Jo, thinking that Freddie was dead had called 911 and insisted that from what she had witnessed Freddie was gone and this would be a recovery, not a rescue. However, hoping against tragedy, as she waited for the rescue personal to arrive, Jo Sanders kept calling Freddie’s name over and over. That is what Eddie’s song “Echoes Of Love” is all about!

You see, because the wind was blowing so hard in his direction, as he clung to the tree Freddie could hear Jo calling his name. However, Jo could not hear Freddie answering as he was yelling into the howling winds! When Freddie was rescued several hours later he said, “As long as I could hear Jo calling my name, I knew I’d be alright”!! “Echoes Of Love”!!

Produced by Adam Engelhardt & Glen Duncan, “Echoes Of Love” was recorded in Sony’s Legendary Studio A and features Eddie Sanders lead vocals with All-Star Bluegrass musicians Ronnie McCoury (mandolin), Cody Kilby (Guitar), Dennis Crouch (Acoustic Bass), Tim Crouch (Fiddle)

and Don McAfee ( Banjo) and harmony vocals Larry Stephenson (tenor), Glen Duncan (Baritone).
  • Members:
    Cody Kilby – Acoustic Guitar; Ronnie McCoury – Mandolin; Ned Luberecki – Banjo; Dennis Crouch – Bass; Tim Crouch – Fiddle; Glen Duncan & Don McAfee – Harmony Vocals.
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    03/03/19 13:52:07

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