BRAND NEW SINGLE

EMG announces upcoming All-Gospel Album and release of its first single for Eddie Sanders . 

"From Here To Hallelujah", written by Eddie Sanders and Rodney Powell, is a hopeful, uptempo tune with a great message and features superb singing and playing by all. 

With a strong melody and catchy chorus, this song will reverberate for a long time. 

Eddie Sanders is supported by an all-star cast of players, 

Scott Vestal (banjo), Tim Crouch (fiddle), Dennis Crouch (bass), Casey Campbell (mandolin), Cody Kilby & Pat McGrath (guitars), and Wes Hightower (harmonies). 

Produced by Glen Duncan & Adam Engelhardt.

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The single "From Here To Hallelujah" is available everywhere now and the album is due out later in the Fall. 

For additional Eddie Sanders media inquiries, please contact Melanie Wilson at wilsonpickins@gmail.com.

From Here To Hallelujah (single)

Eddie Sanders (Engelhardt Music Group)

Writers/Publisher: Eddie Sanders, Rodney Powell Blue Okie Music, Engelhardt Songs

Lead Vocals: Eddie Sanders Harmony Vocals: Wes Hightower Banjo: Scott Vestal Acoustic Guitar: Cody Kilby Acoustic Guitar: Pat McGrath Bass: Dennis Crouch Mandolin: Casey Campbell Fiddle: Tim Crouch

Produced by Adam Engelhardt & Glen Duncan.

Recorded and Mixed by

Writers/Publisher: Eddie Sanders, Rodney Powell Blue Okie Music, Engelhardt Songs

Lead Vocals: Eddie Sanders Harmony Vocals: Wes Hightower Banjo: Scott Vestal Acoustic Guitar: Cody Kilby Acoustic Guitar: Pat McGrath Bass: Dennis Crouch Mandolin: Casey Campbell Fiddle: Tim Crouch

Produced by Adam Engelhardt & Glen Duncan.

Recorded and Mixed by Adam Engelhardt at SonyTree Studios, Nashville, TN. Assisted by Taylor Pollert. Mastered by Eric Conn at Independent Mastering, 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."

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