Playa del Rey, CA, May 19, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Charles Ecker served four years in the U.S. Air Force, which included a one year tour of duty in South Korea, near the DMZ. Michael Stanton donated 78,000 copies of his noted "Ladies' Night" CD to troops serving overseas through the charitable group, Soldier's Angels.
Ecker and Stanton have a deep love of country in this apolitical tribute to not only America, but Allied countries as well.
One of the key lines which would be appreciated by all men and women who have served in the military is "kick up the good, knock down the bad," a clearly understood message in words troops could say on the front lines.
Stanton produced "Duty Country Honor" at his Bud Ranch Studios in Valencia, California. He also led The C.R. Ecker Band with his searing and soaring lead vocal performance.
Over the past six years since its formation, The C.R. Ecker Band as a group, or Charles Ecker as a songwriter, has accumulated over 20 competitive music awards among organizations including The Los Angeles Music Awards, Hollywood Music in Media Awards and Independent Country Music Association.
The band was named "Country Band of the Year" at Independent Music Network and Starliner's Europe in 2013. In 2016, Ecker garnered "Career Country Songwriter" honors spanning the 25-year history of LAMA.