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Gabriel Wilson is a record producer, songwriter, recording artist, and worship leader based in the greater Portland, Oregon area. His most notable productions include “Flux” from KXC in London, “Heartache and a Song” from RENN, “Tides” and “You Make Me Brave” from Bethel Music, and “Swan Song” from Hunter GK Thompson. His most notable co-written songs include “Forever” from Kari Jobe, “Ever Be” and “For the Cross” from Bethel Music, “Letting Go” from Steffany Gretzinger, and anthem “We Will Never Need the Cross Again” from Trinity Fellowship Music.

Wilson co-owns and operates Feng Sway Studio in the Pacific Northwest and is a Co-Founder of RMA, a production/marketing/distribution company bent on providing “Equity for Artists” and helping artists navigate the brave new world of the modern music industry. He is also a WorshipU online instructor, a teacher at various songwriting and worship conferences globally, and a songwriting mentor for writers from all over the world via Skype — helping them break writers block and sharpen their skills as writers.


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  • From songwriting, to releasing albums, to fronting touring bands, to producing albums for other artists, to set and stage design, to mentoring and coaching other songwriters and artists… all of these various things embody my life’s mission — to not only move and touch the heart of mankind and God Himself, but also facilitate an intersection between the two.



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  • Engineer
  • Personal
  • Producer
  • Songwriter
  • Visual Artist


As a producer, I believe the most important part of the album isn’t the sonic frame of the record — it is the songs and the songs alone. No record I produce is complete without the process of helping songwriters get through many types of writer’s block, helping them to refine their lyrics and melodies, and pushing them to write the most honest songs possible. I love working with songwriters so much I decided to open up my schedule beyond the artists I’m producing to help mentor and coach songwriters everywhere.