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They say everything is bigger in Texas especially the love of pure country music. It is no surprise that Texas is also known for birthing some of the greats of country music. Eddie Saenz is no exception. All it took was a ride in his daddy’s truck blasting the classics such as Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash to infect this young boy from the Rio Grande Valley of South Texas with a love for writing and performing country music.
Eddie first took the stage at the age of 9 and was overwhelmed by the way it made him feel. He felt connected to the music and most of all to the audience. In that moment he knew this was what he was meant to do.
He continued to play small shows around the Valley and began writing his own music his freshman year of high school. Eddie followed his love of performing and writing to Music City, Nashville, TN where he studies at Belmont University,
This past year, Eddie began writing and recording for his upcoming EP due out this holiday season. With this EP, Eddie hopes to restore some of the purity back into country music and stray away from the pop. With songs such as “Something I can Understand” and “Highway 281” he does just that. Eddie wants to speak directly to music lovers and share his experience and love for music with them. “I am a simple person,” he says, “These are my stories. Whether I am talking about having a good time or discussing real life issues, I want come across as genuine and can relate to my audience through the power of song.”