At age 14, Ken Lambert picked up his uncle’s guitar and taught himself how to play, thus beginning his love for music. Later, Ken decided to try Nashville. One of the first people he met there was a little-known guy at that time named Kris Kristofferson. He lived with Kris for about a year, and there his love for songwriting was born. In 1978 he recorded his first album of his own songs. In 1982 Mel Tillis cut Ken’s “Wrong Again” on his Long Way To Daytona album. In 1986 ALABAMA cut “Pony Express,” a song Ken co-wrote with Teddy Gentry, Buddy Cannon and Dean Dillion on The Touch album.