Josh Wilson: ‘That Was Then, This Is Now’ album review
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Josh Wilson: ‘That Was Then, This Is Now’ album review

The latest offering from singer/songwriter/guitar-wizard Josh Wilson masterfully blurs the line between worship and just a great allaround album to listen to front to back. With lyrics that pack a punch and a fresh, updated sound, That Was Then, This Is Now, is aptly titled and will serve to define this moment in Wilson’s now nine-year career. The once singularly folksy artist breaks new musical ground, coupled with deeply personal songs about struggle, his faith, and fear. Anchored in the idea that Christ makes all things new, the album heavily draws inspiration from scripture to create a spiritually deep and thought-provoking collection

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Rebekah Bell

I grew up on a farm in Kansas surrounded by wind-whipped wheat fields and breathtaking sunsets. As a child, I loved telling stories more than anything in the world, whether that meant filling countless notebooks with anecdotes or entertaining my family with humorous tidbits. I furthered my love for storytelling by studying film in college. Today, I work as a writer and speak on the side.

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