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Wilburn and Wilburn
Wilburn and Wilburn
Wilburn and Wilburn

NASHVILLE, TN (May 1, 2019) — Wilburn & Wilburn is in the studio recording a brand new album due to release in Fall 2019. The album is being produced by GRAMMY® nominated and multiple Dove Award-winning artist and producer, Ben Isaacs, and Scott Godsey, producer of Jonathan Wilburn’s latest solo recording.
The duo released its debut album, Family Ties on Daywind Records in September of 2011 followed by Here Comes Sunday in May of 2013 and Shoulders in October 2015.  Shoulders achieved remarkable success on the Singing News Radio Charts with three chart-toping singles, including #1 songs “You Asked Him To Leave” and “It’s What He’s Done.”

Keep up with Wilburn & Wilburn at https://jonathanwilburn.com
Daywind Records is home to an award-winning roster of artists including Adam Crabb, Amber Nelon Thompson, the Blackwood Brothers, the Bowling Family, Brian Free & Assurance, Greater Vision, Hoppers, Jason Crabb, Jim & Melissa Brady, Joseph Habedank, Karen Peck & New River, Legacy Five, Mark Lowry, Michael Booth, Michael English, the Nelons, Riley Harrison Clark, and the Tribute Quartet. Daywind is distributed to retail through New Day Christian Distributors and the Orchard, covering all major physical and digital outlets.

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Lorraine Walker

Raised in southern Ontario, Canada, Lorraine developed a love for music at an early age and enjoys listening to a variety of Christian, Country, Pop and R&B music. A love for writing and a need to share the love of Jesus through her thoughts have come together with an enjoyment of Southern Gospel, enabling her to contribute to SGM Radio website, SGN Scoops Digital, and the Southern Styles Show. Lorraine tweets at http://twitter.com/SGMRadioLorrain and blogs at http://sgmradio.blogspot.com/ and can also be found on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/walker.lorraine