Independent New York Country music artist, Ken Wilber, recently released his latest single, “You've Gone to My Head,” penned by acclaimed hit songwriters, Sonny LeMaire (Exile, Restless Heart, Diamond Rio, Clay Walker), Rory Bourke (George Strait, K.T. Oslin, Collin Raye) and Charlie Black (Anne Murray). An emotion filled love song describing special feelings of falling for that special someone. Music is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music and download on Google Play, Amazon Music and iTunes.
“I have enjoyed working with such an amazing group of talented people, from the studio musicians, to the songwriters and harmony vocalists, this has been wonderful process. I am eternally grateful to Sonny LeMaire and Tony Cottrill for all of their hard work and dedication to this project and for taking time out of their busy schedules to work with me. I continue to learn and grow each opportunity to work with all of these great individuals,” said Ken Wilber. “You've Gone to My Head" is one of my favorite songs from our first session. It is such a well written song that reminds the listener of that feeling when you first realize that you're in love. The harmonies Aly Cutter added to this track blow me away every time I hear it.”
“Working with Ken has been like a breath of fresh air! Helping him bring life to these songs has been a real joy,” said Sonny LeMaire. “To all those who will get the chance to hear his music, I think they will agree that Ken is the real deal!”
“Ken is a real pro, with an original vocal style that’s fresh and confident. Ken sings his music with passion, honesty and from the heart. His material is brilliant, intelligent, creative and fun, and makes you feel good. His mindful words will touch the soul of every listener,” said Tony Cottrill. “Ken is knocking on opportunity’s door and he is ready. Play it loud!”
...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 eyes
Gotta roll down the window so I can breathe
You don't know the effect you have on me...
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