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New York Country Artist, Ken Wilber, Releases Lyric Video for New Single YOU'VE GONE TO MY HEAD


New York Country Artist, Ken Wilber, Releases Lyric Video for New Single YOU'VE GONE TO MY HEAD

Independent New York Country music artist, Ken Wilber, released the lyric video today for his new single, "You've Gone To My Head," simultaneously on his YouTube channel and premiered the video on Facebook. Watch the video here.

"This is such a nice, flowing love song; the kind that just grabs you. I recorded this song in February on 2018 as part of my first session in Nashville. My daughter was seven months old at the time and that was the longest I had ever been away from my family. I was missing my wife and daughter and that was my inspiration for my performance of the song," said Ken Wilber. "The lyrics and the melody transported me back in time to how I felt when my wife and I first started dating. My hope is that people can listen to this song and be reminded of similar experiences in their own life."

The single is penned by Sonny LeMaire (Exile, Restless Heart, Diamond Rio, Clay Walker), Rory Bourke (George Strait, K.T. Oslin, Collin Raye) and Charlie Black (Anne Murray). A love song that describes that special feeling of falling for that special someone.

Music is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music and download on Google Play, Amazon Music and iTunes.

...Maybe I Shouldn't be drivin'
I've got a little buzz goin', I feel a little high
The kind of shape that I'm in, I find it hard to focus
It's like the stars in my
Gotta roll down the window so I can breathe
You don't know the effect you have on me...

Stay current with Ken Wilber on social media platforms Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and on his new website

About Ken Wilber:
Ken Wilber was born in Oneonta, NY on October 29th, 1980. His earliest musical influences were Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, George Jones and Johnny Cash. His family remembers him at a young age staring at the records as they played, trying to understand the music he heard. Ken learned to sing by trying to emulate the people he heard on the recordings and would keep at it, until he could copy every little inflection of the vocal performance. In high school Ken discovered his second love, theater. He made his theatrical debut at the age of 14 in a high school production of "Fame." The band Fly By Nite was formed with Ken as lead singer where they played locally every weekend at a local watering hole called "Babcocks." Fly by Nite played together for a little over ten years, before dissolving in 2012. Ken Also sang with the southern rock Group J.D. Mistress. Ken was brought in by guitar player Rich Rogers. He played with them for about six months, where they played several dates locally and had the opportunity to open for Molly Hatchet and Blackfoot in Albany, NY. After Fly By Nite dissolved, Ken and Kerry Fallot set out to begin writing and arranging music for Ken's first album "Rollin' My Own," and the album was completed in 2017.Ken had the opportunity to play country music Legend Hank Williams in a local theatrical production of "Hank Williams: Lost Highway." Tony Cottrill mastered the first project and shortly after the mastering was completed, Tony contacted Ken to come to Nashville to record a demo session for Sonny LeMaire of Exile fame. As a result of the demo sessions, Ken decided to record his second album in Nashville in October of 2018. New music to be released soon, recorded in Nashville, TN at Ocean Way studio and produced by Tony Cottrill and Sonny LeMaire.

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