Eddie Sanders
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  • Run A Little Faster
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (01:59) [4.56 MB]
  • A Train Can Run Two Ways
    Genre: Bluegrass
    MP3 (03:18) [7.56 MB]
“Run A Little Faster” is the second single by Eddie Sanders from the partnership of Nashville based Engelhardt Music Group and Rural Rhythm Records.

“Run a Little Faster” written by Eddie Sanders, Dennis Crouch and Tim Crouch is a fun upbeat song that tells the story of someone wanting to go back home in Tennessee with the need to get there very fast and not letting anything slow you down…as the songs says “You’re gonna have to run a little faster if you got plans for staying up with me.” The song features Sanders on lead vocals with harmonies by Glen Duncanand Don McAfee. Tim Crouch takes an impressive fiddle solo along with Brother Dennis Crouch who displays his usual impeccable style and timing on upright bass.

Produced by Adam Engelhardt & Glen Duncan, “Run A Little Faster” also features top Bluegrass musicians Ronnie McCoury – Mandolin; Cody Kilby – Acoustic Guitar; Don McAfee – Banjo.

Eddie’s first single “A Train Can Run Two Ways” appeared multiple times on the Bluegrass Today Weekly Airplay Chart reaching #3 on the chart.

Glen Duncan, is a Grammy award winning musician, artist and songwriter, who has appeared on thousands of records with some of the most iconic artists in history. Adam Engelhardt, of the legendary SonyTree Studios in Nashville, TN, has produced and/or engineered many major projects over the years. Duncan and Engelhardt are the production team at Engelhardt Music Group, LLC which will be releasing several singles in partnership with Rural Rhythm Records. To date, the partnership has released “A Train Can Run” Two Ways”by Eddie Sanders, “A Whole Lotta Laying Around” by Chris Roberts, which has also reached #3 on the Bluegrass Today Weekly Airplay Chart, and newly released “Kentucky Turnpike” by Tim Crouch and Dennis Crouch.

About Eddie Sanders:

Eddie Sanders is a world-class Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist from McAlester, Oklahoma.
Eddie was born into southwest bluegrass royalty, and his father is legendary bluegrass festival and concert promoter Freddie Sanders. The Sanders Family Bluegrass Festival in McAlester was one of the biggest and best bluegrass festivals west of the Mississippi, and one of the favorite venues for bluegrass acts Bill Monroe, The Osborne Brothers, Lewis Family, Jim & Jesse, Ralph Stanley and nearly every major bluegrass act of the last 40 years.

It was here, at the McAlester festivals that Eddie’s music was shaped and guided by his major bluegrass influences: Mac Wiseman, Larry Sparks and The Osborne Brothers.
It was here, where he also developed the professionalism that he learned from the best acts in the business, and also learned the power of a song and a love for original material. Eddie was also strongly influenced by Merle Haggard and Gene Watson and soon started writing his own songs.

For many years Eddie Sanders was guitarist and lead vocalist with the widely-acclaimed band, “Signal Mountain”.
Eddie’s fellow bandmates included: Shawn Camp (IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year, Earls of Leicester); Dennis Crouch (Elton John, Elvis Costello); Billy Joe Foster (Bill Monroe, Ricky Skaggs); Tim Crouch (The Whites, Mike Snider); and southwest bluegrass luminaries Donny Catron; Don McAfee; and The Bonham Brothers, Virgil and Glen! One of the finest bluegrass bands of that era to be sure!

Eddie’s songwriting skills increasingly brought him to Nashville for songwriting sessions with Shawn Camp, Ronnie Bowman, Dennis & Tim Crouch, Glen Duncan and Adam Engelhardt. Eddie wrote The Del McCoury Band’s hit single, “You Could Be Me”. Kix Brooks & Wayne Toups recorded a duet “Down Where The River Ends”, penned by Eddie and Shawn Camp.

Eddie’s work, both as a singer and a songwriter, combines the best elements of the old and the new.
With a family tradition steeped in the history of bluegrass music, and influenced by the best of what has come along since, Eddie Sanders’ new recorded songs are a powerful statement of what the best bluegrass music has always been, and what the best bluegrass music will be in years to come.

For more information on Eddie Sanders please visit www.eddiesanders.com
  • 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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  • Profile Last Updated:
    09/10/18 14:36:04
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