How Could I Love Her So Much – Larry Cordle

by | 20 Feb, 2024 | 0 comments

Larry Cordle

A New Single From Larry Cordle, .

Grammy award-winning Larry Cordle has released a new single, How Could I Love Her So Much, from his upcoming album scheduled for release later this year. The song was first recorded by Johnny Rodriquez circa 1980 and was a huge hit for Johnny and songwriter Hugh Moffatt. How Could I Love Her So Much is now streaming and available for purchase at all major outlets.

How Could I Love Her So MuchPreview and download here.

Cordle, a Kentucky Music Hall of Fame member, explains:

When picking songs for the new album, my long-time Lonesome Standard Time Dobro player, Kim Gardner, mentioned he had performed this song with another band and he thought it would make a great Bluegrass song. So, I decided to try it and I think it makes a fantastic bluegrass song. I feel these players really outdid themselves! I hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed making it – Larry Cordle.

Those players he references are his talented friends Val Storey on high baritone vocals, Mike Rogers on tenor vocals and drums, fiddlin’ country star Jenee Fleenor, Mike Anglin on bass, Clay Hess on guitar, Andy Leftwich on mandolin, Scott Vestal on banjo, and Rob Ickes on funky slide.

Cordle’s latest singles include hits like November Wind, East Kentucky Blues, and the unconventional comedy song The Abduction of Antonio Villas-Boas. His most recent albums include Where the Trees Know My Name, Tales From East Kentucky, and the Grammy Nominated Best Roots Gospel Album, Give Me Jesus, all released on his MIghty Cord Records label.

For more information on Larry Cordle, please visit Larry Cordle’s website.

About Larry Cordle:

Grammy award-winning Larry Cordle is a singer-songwriter, producer, recording artist, and Kentucky Music Hall of Fame member. He is best known for writing mega-hit songs like “Highway 40 Blues” and “Murder On Music Row,” co-written with Larry Shell. In addition, he is featured on numerous collaborative albums and singles, such as the 2022 GMA Dove Award-winning song, “The Sweet By and By,” with Dolly Parton, Carl Jackson, Jerry Salley, and Bradley Walker. Cordle’s original songs have been recorded by artists such as Alison Krauss, George Strait, Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Alan Jackson, and Ricky Skaggs. He has provided harmony vocals for artists such as Blake Shelton, Garth Brooks, and many more.


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