Texas-native Josh Wilson started taking piano lessons in fourth grade, learned guitar and drums in sixth and seventh grade, and fell in love with songwriting in college at Nashville’s Belmont University. A self-described introvert with an aversion to the spotlight, Wilson never dreamed he’d be the one behind the mic. But, God had other plans. He independently released two albums before he signed his first record deal in 2006. Wilson quickly became a staple at radio, amassing two No. 1’s (“Jesus Is Alive” and “Before The Morning”) and multiple Top 10 hits, such as “That Was Then, This Is Now,” “Savior, Please,” “I Refuse,” “Fall Apart,” and “Carry Me.” “Before The Morning” landed on Billboard’s Year-End Christian Songs chart at No. 4 in 2012, and that same year Wilson was also named ASCAP’s Writer/Artist of the Year. He’s toured with some of the genre’s biggest acts including Third Day, Steven Curtis Chapman, Casting Crowns, and Matthew West, and even veteran artists applaud Wilson’s carefully honed musicianship and admire his impressive live show. He’s been known to have as many as 20 instruments on-stage at any given time (and knows how to play all of them). In 2017, Wilson announced his partnership with Black River Christian, signing as an artist to the label and as a writer to Black River Publishing. He is set to release his debut single with the label, “Dream Small,” on March 30, 2018 and plans are currently underway to release a new album. Wilson resides in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife of eight years, Becca, and their two-year-old son, Asher.