Ain’t Nothing But The ‘Real Thing’ Baby With New Single From Kimberly Morgan York

‘Real Thing’, the new single from Kimberly Morgan York is classic country, complete with pedal steel and acoustic guitars, waltz rhythm percussion, and lyrics telling a love story – it’s the real thing.

‘Real Thing’, the new single from Kimberly Morgan York, is from her debut album, ‘Found Yourself A Lady’. The song conjures up visions of a perfect white picket home life, coffee on the stove, evenings spent on the porch. And that may well be – it’s a love song from Kimberly to her new husband Kevin York, and just one of many new songs to come from this Kentucky born artist from a musical family. Best known for her work with the Morgandales, which also included Scott and Pamela Baxendale, Kimberly has been in the business since the tender age of 3, when she first started singing in Church. It should come as no surprise that she’s releasing an album; what’s most surprising is that it’s taken so long.

‘Real Thing’ is a love song with a promise. It’s a reassuring track and makes you feel like this time it’s going to work out for Kimberly. She no longer cares for fancy cars and diamond rings like she did in the past; now it’s all about the love she has with Kevin. It’s the real thing.

“All of my music is based on real-life…heartache, perseverance, joy, abuse, struggle, victory, and love,” Kimberly reflects. “I want listeners to be able to connect to my music… to see reflections of their own stories in mine. I hope my songs make people feel less alone in their journey. I also want to entertain them and inspire people to laugh and let go.”

‘Found Yourself A Lady’ is out today. You can find out more about Kimberly Morgan York and her music online on Instagram, Facebook, and her official website.

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