Josh Gilbert is a Christian Singer-Songwriter & Band, with a sound drawing from Americana music and a variety of genres. Josh’s influences can be placed somewhere along Adult Contemporary Acts such as Phil Wickham, NeedToBreathe, Zach Williams & Jeremy Riddle; and even mainstream acts Johnnyswim, Train & classic rock such as U2 and Allman Bros. Hailing originally from TN, he has been touring and performing nationally and internationally for over 12 years, across the U.S. and Canada – with over 1,000 performances. The Josh Gilbert Band members have included a network of friends, family & working musicians through the years who have stuck with him through thick and thin—
“Sweet Little Place”, Josh’s newest single, is about staying together as a family, even when times get tough — a real story about taking risks and challenges in life as a family unit — and no matter where life takes you, we’ve always got a sweet little place together that we call ‘home’.
Some Highlights: Josh’s first CCM Radio single, “Separate Us”, debuted on Billboard Soft A/C Radio at #12 in 2015 and also received a Dove award nomination. Josh Gilbert’s recent worship song: “Holy Spirit Come” , was placed on a Grammy ballot nomination in 2016 for vocal performance category. Josh has recently worked with producer Jason Hoard (credits are among National Christian music acts such as Third Day, Mac Powell, Natalie Grant, Casting Crowns and many others).
“We have a growing movement of worship and praise music in the Church of today; however worship, to me, is not just confined to times when we sing together, or in a Church building — worship is a lifestyle; a constant communication and offering to be one with God in all things we do, leaving nothing out. When it comes to singing and leading people into musical worship with our Creator, my pure desire is for the Holy Spirit to lead in all areas of life. Music is my highest expression of Worship, and I am humbled and thankful that God continually uses music as the way he most speaks to me and through me. Beyond that, in the everyday moments, I desire only to be a conduit— relying on Him, doing nothing in my own strength.”Josh Gilbert