PressWhat People Are Saying About "Wrong Turn..."
"Colton Rudd’s sandpaper vocals and easy delivery is the perfect treatment for Steve Wilson's song of renewal and redemption. This is one 'wrong turn' you'll be happy to take over and over." -Daryl Mosley
"This new original song isn't made up of just the words and music, it comes from a deeper place, from life experiences that we all have shared in one way or another. “Wrong Turn That Led Me To You” is a standout, phenomenal song, full of solid, emotional vocals,
and top shelf music." -Big Al Weekley, Radio Host
"Steve Wilson has written a jewel with “Wrong Turn.” It holds a very strong message of repentance, change and redemption...a song of HOPE...this will bless so many!”
-Dale Ann Bradley
“Steve Wilson is no stranger to the bluegrass world. Matter of fact he and his wife Melanie are involved in nearly all imaginable elements of our music, from building custom banjos, to engineering and mixing expertise, to session work, booking, public relations, and top shelf songwriting. Steve’s latest composition, “Wrong Turn” takes us down a dusty road of ill fated love, recklessness, and redemption. With an incredibly fresh vocal performance from Colton Rudd, supported by a grade-A lineup of pickers, Wilson Banjo Co. knocks this
one out of the park!” - Aaron Bibelhauser, Louisville, KY
Ain’t No Grave video from Wilson Banjo Co Posted on October 26, 2017 By John Lawless
"Wilson Banjo Co has a new album set to drop tomorrow on Bonfire Records, the new Pinecastle imprint. Called Spirits In The Hills, it features 14 new tracks from the band in their driving Carolina sound. In addition to Steve on banjo, the group includes Joey Newton on guitar, Sarah Logan on fiddle, Dylan Armour on reso-guitar, and Rob Walker on bass.
They’ve created this video for one of the songs, the old time favorite, Ain’t No Grave. Sarah takes the lead, and the video nicely conveys the somber nature of the subject."
Wilson Banjo Co to Bonfire Recording Company Posted on July 21, 2017 By John Curtis Goad
"Wilson is a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to bluegrass music, splitting his time between building custom banjos, performing vintage guitar restoration, working as a recording engineer, assisting his wife Melanie with bluegrass publicity company Wilson Pickins Promotions, and of course, performing with Wilson Banjo Co."