Brian Courtney Wilson wiki: Early life, Career, Awards and nominations
Who is Brian Courtney Wilson?
Brian Courtney Wilson, raised in the Chicago, Illinois area was born on November 1, 1971, in Bellwood, IL. Wilson also known as Opera Singer is a singer, songwriter, and actor.
Brian Courtney Wilson’s Career
In 2009, Wilson released his entrance album “Just Love.” The album was formed by Stan Jones and structures gifts by Tommy Simms. In 2010, the title track was selected for a Dove Award for Urban Recorded Song of the Year, while Wilson himself was voted for New Artist of the Year at the 41st GMA Dove Awards. Wilson's single "All I Need" also set a record for remaining on the Top Gospel Songs chart for 89 weeks.
In 2012, Wilson commenced two schemes instantaneously. First, he released the album "So Proud". The album debuted at No. 1 on the Top Gospel Albums charts, and the singles "So Proud" and "He Still Cares" finished its way to radio.
In 2012, he combined with Gospel legend Fred Hammond, Dave Hollister, and R&B artist Eric Roberson to make the United Tenors plan, eventually released in 2013. He later derived out with the solitary "Worth Fighting For". This single became known universal. The single reached No. 3 on Top Gospel Songs table. The song was selected for Urban Recorded Song of the year at the 46th GMA Dove Awards. Wilson is also being voted for a Grammy Song of the Year for the song "Worth Fighting For". Wilson also earned Traditional Gospel Album of the Year for his album Worth Fighting For. This album started flyingly at No. 2 on the Top Gospel Albums table.
Awards and nominations of Brian Courtney Wilson
GMA Dove Awards
New Artist of the Year
GMA Dove Awards
Urban Recorded Song of the Year
29th Stellar Awards
Contemporary Group of the Year
Traditional Gospel Album of the Year
Contemporary Song of the Year
Gospel Performance Song of the Year
Billboard Music Awards
Top Gospel Song
The Early life of Brian Courtney Wilson
From his childhood, Wilson started singing with the adult mannish chorus with his dad at the Rock of Ages Baptist Church. After budding up, Wilson joined at the University of Illinois, where he also sang in the black refrain. He ultimately graduated with a degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences, with stress on economics. Wilson took work as a pharmaceutical salesman, while he continuously sang in his free time.
After seven years, Wilson motivated to Houston, Texas, to labor for Johnson & Johnson. He underway visiting Windsor Village United Methodist Church with a friend and converted a born-again Christian. After few years, Wilson was requested to write songs for their amenities, with some of his tracks receiving publicity in local radio stations.