Eddie Sanders and Engelhardt Music Group are releasing a brand new single today, “What Do I Tell My Heart,” from the current album release That Kind Of Lonesome.

Eddie’s pure and lonesome vocal treatment on this original tune is nothing less than magical. Penned by Eddie with Glen Duncan, one can easily feel the heartbreak soar throughout the lyrics, supported perfectly by superb instrumentation. Bluegrass and classic country music fans alike will appreciate the astute detail and melody that lend to easy imagery when listening to this stunning song.

Sanders’s used his go-to studio band for the new single, available on the “Lonesome” album, recorded and produced by Engineer/Producers Adam Engelhardt and Glen Duncan at the SonyTree Studio in Nashville. 

The Players: 
Lead Vocals: Eddie Sanders 
Harmony Vocals: Wes Hightower 
Banjo: Scott Vestal 
Acoustic Guitar: Cody Kilby 
Bass: Dennis Crouch 
Mandolin: Ronnie McCoury 
Fiddle: Tim Crouch 
Dobro: Rob Ickes 

“What Do I Tell My Heart” is available to DJs and radio programmers via Airplay Direct and for download or purchase from all of the popular online distributors. Keep up with all of Eddie’s music at EddieSanders.com.

What Do I Tell My Heart (single)

Eddie Sanders (Engelhardt Music Group)

What Do I Tell My Heart - Eddie Sanders

Writers/Publisher: Eddie Sanders, Glen Duncan

Lead Vocals: Eddie Sanders Harmony Vocals: Wes Hightower Banjo: Scott Vestal Acoustic Guitar: Cody Kilby Bass: Dennis Crouch Mandolin: Ronnie McCoury Fiddle: Tim Crouch Dobro: Rob Ickes

Production Credits: Produced by Adam Engelhardt & Glen Duncan.

Recorded

What Do I Tell My Heart - Eddie Sanders

Writers/Publisher: Eddie Sanders, Glen Duncan

Lead Vocals: Eddie Sanders Harmony Vocals: Wes Hightower Banjo: Scott Vestal Acoustic Guitar: Cody Kilby Bass: Dennis Crouch Mandolin: Ronnie McCoury Fiddle: Tim Crouch Dobro: Rob Ickes

Production Credits: Produced by Adam Engelhardt & Glen Duncan.

Recorded and Mixed by Adam Engelhardt at SonyTree Studios, Nashville, TN.

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"This album is Eddie Sanders’ best yet, and it goes to show the more you ignore him, the more noble and perfect his work becomes. Take my advice, without any hesitation, seek out this superb collection of outstanding songs and performances." -Alan Cackett

"This album is Eddie Sanders’ best yet, and it goes to show the more you ignore him, the more noble and perfect his work becomes. Take my advice, without any hesitation, seek out this superb collection of outstanding songs and performances." -Alan Cackett

"The vocals are clean as is the picking by some of the best musicians in the genre.  That Kind of Lonesome is a strong follow up to last year’s success for the artist."

"The vocals are clean as is the picking by some of the best musicians in the genre. That Kind of Lonesome is a strong follow up to last year’s success for the artist."

"Eddie Sanders packs the track list full of originals – snappy rhymes, catchy melodies, and an easygoing contemporary sound, all featuring him as a co-writer alongside folks like Jon Weisberger, Shawn Camp, and Glen Duncan. Though he touches on a number of familiar bluegrass topics, clever turns of phrase (along with his smooth lead vocals), make this album an enjoyable listen."

"Eddie Sanders packs the track list full of originals – snappy rhymes, catchy melodies, and an easygoing contemporary sound, all featuring him as a co-writer alongside folks like Jon Weisberger, Shawn Camp, and Glen Duncan. Though he touches on a number of familiar bluegrass topics, clever turns of phrase (along with his smooth lead vocals), make this album an enjoyable listen."

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