Capitol Christian recording artist Anne Wilson is celebrating the release of her debut multi-track collection, My Jesus, today (April 16).
The uplifting three-song project is a powerful expression of Wilson’s unwavering faith. The title track, “My Jesus,” which she co-wrote with Jeff Pardo and Matthew West, is an anthemic exploration of the depth of her relationship and trust in God, and marks her official radio debut. Wilson’s expansive vocal range and multi-genre influences are showcased on “Devil,” and the project’s final track, “Something About That Name,” highlights Wilson’s smoky vocals and intuitive songwriting. A corresponding video for the title track was also released today, as well as a lyric video for “Devil.”
“I couldn’t be more excited for the world to hear these songs,” Wilson says. “Each of the three songs mean so much to me and my journey with the Lord. I can’t wait to see what God does through these songs!”
Wilson’s career trajectory began in 2017, following the tragic loss of her brother in a car accident, when she shared a video performance on YouTube performing Hillsong’s “What A Beautiful Name” in honor of her beloved brother. The video was passed on to an artist manager, who became intrigued by Wilson’s mesmerizing voice and visible hunger for Jesus, and contacted her six months later. Soon after Wilson landed a deal with Capitol Christian Music Group. Her rootsy sound reflects her strong southern upbringing and her admiration for country legends like Johnny Cash and Dolly Parton married with the heart-on-your-sleeve transparency of Steffany Gretzinger and Lauren Daigle.