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Worth Fighting For (Deluxe Edition) [Live]

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The blend of fervor and reflection that defines Brian Courtney Wilson’s vocal style is fully captured on Worth Waiting For, recorded live at St. John’s United Methodist Church in Houston in July 2014. Cowriting most of the album’s tunes with producer Aaron Lindsey, Wilson keeps the accent on the positive and healing qualities of faith in R&B-tinged gospel tunes like “Nothing Occurs to God,” “Hope Saved My Life,” and the title number. “Greatest Love”—a celebratory duet with Mary Mary’s Tina Campbell—wraps up this warmly engaging set on a buoyant note.

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Believer

In awe of this body of work to glorify the Kingdom of God. Worship, Praise, Hope, Surrender & LOVE. Thank you for sharing your gift!

Wow!!!

An amazing record. BCW raised the bar with this joint.

An Amazing Project

I love this album! Phenomenal work.

Biography

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Influenced by a wide range of vocalists from Donny Hathaway to Fred Hammond to John Mayer, singer and songwriter Brian Courtney Wilson has an up-to-date 21st century approach to modern gospel that might be termed "urban inspirational." Wilson, a University of Illinois graduate, began singing formally in the university's black chorus, then continued singing on his own time while working out of music for several years. Then, in a leap of faith, he walked away from his job and became the music director...
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