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"Duty Country Honor" is directed toward Americans and their allies who treasure freedom and to the men and women who put life and limb on the line to defend it. This uptempo anthem, from Charles Ecker and Michael Stanton of Los Angeles, is one of only a few Patriotic songs to come out of the Country Music genre since 9-11, and its message in support of all nation's willing to uphold freedom here and abroad is clear, with the key line, "Kick Up the Good, Knock Down the Bad," anchoring the song. - May 19, 2017
Sometimes it's best to look calmly inward during troubled times to draw on faith, and find reasons to hope. "A Bright Tomorrow" from The C.R. Ecker Band is all about extending goodness to those in need and believing that you can help to make a better world. Charles Ecker first composed this song in the late 1980s, but no publisher was interested because he wanted to give it to the world. - November 23, 2015
With the exception of Dido, it is rare for someone's music to capture enough attention to have a tribute cover album done in rapid time, but such is the case for Charles Ecker and music he has written since 2011 for The C.R. Ecker Band of Los Angeles, a country music group. Through the efforts of musicians Michael Stanton, Stacy Hogan and William Sherry, a ten song L.P., "Charles Ecker: Speechless" has been released with songs that have fast become popular in both the U.S. and Europe. - April 07, 2014
Straight from the 2013 "Song of the Year" Award for its sassy, brassy hit, "Whisper Sweet Nothins" at Starliner's Europe, The C.R. Ecker Band of Los Angeles takes part in Country Music Association Week with the release of "No Turnin' Back," the last of three Fall 2013 love songs performed by male lead Michael Stanton, part of a three-pack described by critics as "a nod to traditional country with a touch of lush in the mix." - November 08, 2013
In a tribute to songwriters Michael Edwards and Bud Green, The C.R. Ecker Band releases the first country re-cast of this 1937 song of "love lost" in the U.S. through iTunes, Amazon mp3 and cdBaby. Performed by Amber Rose, this version follows over one dozen covers of this song since first performed by Frank Sinatra and The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra and then re-cast as a "doo-wop" song in the early 1960s by The Chimes. - November 14, 2012
Ever since last Summer with the introduction of several songs directed to male listeners, most notably “I Just Wanna’ Meet Girls, “ The C.R. Ecker Band has shifted its focus to a predominately female audience, most recently with “Whisper Sweet Nothins.” This country/rock song, out on digital release globally, recounted by female lead Amber Rose, details the frustrations expressed by millions of women to tell their husbands or significant others to “sit down and listen up.” - August 14, 2012
This song, lamenting the lingering economic malaise in America, quickly found an audience in over 20 countries via Internet radio during its first year. But not in the U.S. That will change in early August, one year after its release date, with a move into traditional American radio on KMEM, Memphis, which bills itself "the cradle of rock and roll." - July 31, 2012
With the new school year starting in many areas of the world, The C.E. Ecker Band launches an upbeat, traditional country tune, "I Just Wanna' Meet Girls," with quick acceptance not only in North America, but also in many other regions, including Asia and Europe. - September 02, 2011
Ever since the August 1 launch of the "Bushwacked (Bewildered, Beat-up Bad and Broke) album, featuring a lead single of the same name, C.R. Ecker, composer and producer of the song, and album, has met resistance among those who feel the single and music video represent an attack on President George W. Bush, just based on the title without hearing it. Rather, he says, "I wrote and recorded the song in 1991 as an 'anthem of American angst' during the recession then, a song more timely now." - August 23, 2011
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