Wilson strikes "Country Gold"
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Wilson strikes "Country Gold"

Friday, March 22, 2024 – Anne Wilson put out the duet "Country Gold" (with Jordan Davis) today.

The song is on her "Rebel" disc, coming April 19. Wilson is best known for being a Christian music singer.

Wilson's collaboration with Davis comes after first sharing the stage with him at the 2023 ACM Honors for a live performance of "Buy Dirt." Serving as the first of three duets on the album, "Country Gold" written by Wilson, Jeff Pardo and Matthew West, pulls inspiration from the biblical meaning of "gold" equating a symbol of spiritual wealth. Wilson and Davis blend their vocals as they weave narratives from their family histories.

="I am so excited about my new song 'Country Gold' with Jordan Davis," said Wilson. "I'm a huge fan of Jordan's music, and I'm honored to have him join me. This song is all about roots and remembering where the good stuff in life really is. I love the line that says, 'the richest people that I've ever known struck country gold,' and I hope you do too. I can't wait for everyone to hear it."

Wilson also duets with Lainey Wilson on "Praying Woman" on "Rebel" and Christian singer Chris Tomlin for "The Cross." A co-writer on each of the album's 16 tracks, Wilson teamed up with songwriters such as Nicolle Galyon, Emily Weisband, Matthew West and Trannie Anderson. Jeff Pardo and Jonathan Smith produced.

Wilson released "God & Country" in February.

Wilson just wrapped her first country tour as direct support on Scotty McCreery's Cab In A Solo Tour. This summer, she will play Tortuga Festival, Big As Texas Fest, Country Concert, Alive Music Festival and Kingdom Bound.

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