Gilber Gilmore was born in Israel, and moved to New York City to pursue music in 1993. Equally at home in the worlds of both rock 'n' and fashion, Gilmore earned his living as a guitar player and a drummer in the city's clubs and is known for his unique sound and approach to recording. In 1995 he launched his eponymous line, Gilber Gilmore. Celebrities such as Nicki Minaj, Paula Abdul, Kelly Clarkson, Avril Lavigne, and Paris Hilton became fans of his clothing.


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Your gun cost me my father Your gun cost me my wife Your gun cost me my brother Your gun cost me my life Your gun cost me my uncle Your gun cost me my niece Your gun cost me my nephew Your gun cost me my peace Your gun cost me my daughter Your gun cost me my son Your gun took everything from me But you've still got your gun

Your gun cost me my parents Your gun cost me my friend Your gun cost me my sister Your gun cost me my children Your gun cost me my Country Your gun cost me my home Your gun cost me my mother You gun cost me all I know Your gun cost me my whole world Your gun cost me everyone Your gun took everything from me But you've still got your gun

Your gun cost me my office Your gun cost me my boss Your gun cost me my synagogue Your gun cost me my mosque Your gun cost me my high school Your gun cost me my church Your took away all the light and left only the hurt Sometimes I can’t believe that these crimes can still be done Your gun takes everything from us, but you’ve still got your fucking gun


From Let's Make a King, released July 9, 2020

Produced by Roy Gurel

Benjamin Adair Murphy - vocals

Roy Gurel – acoustic & electric guitars, bass, percussion, and vocals

Gilber Gilmore - drums

Peter Hess - tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone


Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Roy Gurel at Roiki Productions in Brooklyn, NYC

Additional recording done in Mexico City at La Bestia Studios by Juan Victor Belisario Figuera

Horns recorded by Peter Hess at Fort Saint Marks, Brooklyn

Music by Benjamin Adair Murphy ASCAP (464341364) Watery Grave Music ASCAP (396517127) and Roy Gurel BMI (520647865)

Lyrics by Benjamin Adair Murphy

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She's driving out of Alabama Because Alabama did her wrong She's driving out of Alabama Because it's time for getting gone She's driving out of Alabama And never going back again She's driving out of Alabama Because she's sick of old white men Who'd rather die than try to understand So Alabama goddamn

She's driving out of Alabama Cause what they do and what they say She's driving out of Alabama Cause she don't want to live that way She's driving out of Alabama She's fed up and she's through She's driving out of Alabama Cause she don’t live in 1952 They want to turn the clock as far as they can Alabama goddamn

She's driving out of Alabama Because they took away her voice She's driving out of Alabama Cause they didn't give her any choice She's driving out of Alabama Cause she's afraid of getting shot She's driving out of Alabama Cause man why the hell not And she's got her whole life ahead of her to plan Alabama goddamn

From Let's Make a King, released July 9, 2020

Produced by Roy Gurel

Benjamin Adair Murphy - vocals

Roy Gurel – acoustic & electric guitars, bass, piano, percussion, vocals

Gilber Gilmore - drums


Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Roy Gurel at Roiki Productions in Brooklyn, NYC

Additional recording done in Mexico City at La Bestia Studios by Juan Victor Belisario Figuera

Music by Benjamin Adair Murphy ASCAP (464341364) Watery Grave Music ASCAP (396517127) and Roy Gurel BMI (520647865)

Lyrics by Benjamin Adair Murphy