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About Paul Wilbur: Paul Robert Wilbur (born January 18, 1951) is an American Christian musician, worship leader, and guitarist, who primarily plays a messianic worship style of music. He has released albums with Integrity Music, Hosanna! Music, and Epic Records, during his career. His first known musical work, Up to Zion, a live album, was released in November 1991. Paul Wilbur's recording career began in a group called Harvest with Ed Kerr and Jerry Williams. The trio recorded two albums, the self-titled first album Harvest (1979) and their second album in 1981 called Morning Sun. After that, Paul Wilbur left Kerr and Williams to continue with the band while he went on to pursue other interests. His next recorded album was in the group Israel's Hope. The group released Introducing Israel's Hope in 1987. Wilbur's solo career began in 1991, with the release, Up to Zion, a live album, released by Hosanna! Music. He has received reviews for nine of his albums from Cross Rhythms. Those reviewed were Shalom Jerusalem in 1995, Holy Fire in 1997, Jerusalem Arise! in 1999, Pray for the Peace of Jerusalem in 2002, The Watchman in 2005, Worship from the Heart of Israel in 2006, Praise Adonai in 2007, Live: A Night of Extravagant Worship in 2008, and Desert Rain in 2010, which was also reviewed by Worship Leader. The 2013 album, Your Great Name, was reviewed by CCM Magazine.
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