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Brian Courtney Wilson has reissued Just Love, his debut album.
October 5, 2010 On the Houston-based singer's new song he needs help; then he asks for it, and he gets it. And after he's got some help, he gets a little playful -- drops a trill, brings in more dynamics. "I've wasted so much time," he says 45 seconds in -- and by minute four he's decided to stop doing that.
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Brian Courtney Wilson.
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September 16, 2010 To celebrate Gospel Music Heritage Month, host Michel Martin talks about the genre's roots in American history and how it's grown. Joining the conversation are Brian Courtney Wilson, contemporary gospel singer-songwriter and Bill Carpenter, author of Uncloudy Days: The Gospel Music Encyclopedia.
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August 25, 2010 It's not quite right to suggest that Wilson transformed NPR Music's boisterous, slightly disheveled, certainly overcrowded office into a church on a Wednesday afternoon earlier this summer. It's more like he made us realize that church music can be played just about anywhere.
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