The track is one Sanders wrote with Adam Engelhardt, inspired by steering his vehicle into a deluge while on the road, giving him the image of heartbreak tears falling like the pouring rain. Using an all-star Nashville group of super pickers, the song turns into a real driving grasser with Eddie’s voice out front.
Scott Vestal is on banjo, Ronnie McCoury on mandolin, Tim Crouch on fiddle, Cody Kilby on guitar, Rob Ickes on reso-guitar, and Dennis Crouch on bass. Wes Hightower provides harmony vocals.
The video was a home grown affair, filmed by Eddie’s daughter, Cacey Weber, back home in McAlester, OK where he was raised. It was produced by his publicist, Melanie Wilson of Wilson Pickins Promotions.
Till The River Starts To Rise is available now wherever you stream or download music online. Radio programmers can find it at AirPlay Direct.