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Ken Wilber – Freedom Song

Ken Wilber – Freedom Song 2:56

by Joanna Demee for Country Music News International

 

Ken’s new single called “Freedom Song” was released no more than two months ago, and people have been raving about it already, as Connor O’Neal quotes. Along his journey in the country genre, the artists who inspired Ken the most, include names such as Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, George Jones and Johnny Cash.

His voice is clear unlike his truck that he drives it on dirty roads, and that is exactly where Ken wants to be, diving to his freedom. I believe driving can be one of those things that will make you tired when you are in a hurry and have a long road ahead but will also give you your spirit back when the sun shines on the half of you while in the car, and when the wind blows on your face and you suddenly forget everything and you just keep driving ahead to a straight road. Everybody needs their personal time, to think, to calm, to take their next move to success, and we love having our people next to us, the ones who support and hype us up even in all those all-by-ourselves times. People change, but probably all the little things that please you, will not. This song is a reminder that when people feel anxious, or tired, a good road trip to nowhere can plug you in and help you to recharge the low batteries that, sometimes, routine drain us from.

According to Tony Cottrill about the ‘Freedom Song’, Tony says that “Ken just keeps getting better and better as an artist and entertainer which will become obvious to the listener in these new releases”. Hence, what is stopping you from not listening to that amazing song, (or why not the whole music journey) of that artist? Ken’s music is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music and download on Google Play, Amazon Music and iTunes.

 

By @JoannaDemee

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Reporting for Country Music News International

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