Trey Wilson

New South lead

New South’s lead singer started his singing career in a small Baptist church at the age of three and hasn’t stopped since. He has shared the stage with gospel artists such as The Cathedrals, The Kingsmen Quartet, The Happy Goodmans, the late Dottie Rambo and traveled three years with the Plainsmen Quartet. He’s also shared the stage with country legends Moe Bandy, Neal McCoy, and Mickey Gilley.

Born and raised in the Lone Star State, Trey was a senior in High School when he joined the Grand Jubilee in 2003. Trey was performing at the National Quartet Convention where Mike Patrick first met him. Mike was so impressed with Trey that he flew him to Branson for an audition and hired him on the spot.

At the young age of 17, Trey packed up and moved to Branson to start the job, finishing high school by correspondence. He’s definitely a natural talent when it comes to stage, and also assists Mike with production elements of Grand Jubilee, New South Gospel and Branson Country USA.

In 2012, Trey married his wonderful, Danielle and they are parents to two rambunctious dogs, Max (Sheltie) & Buddy (Goldendoodle). Trey enjoys golfing, working in the recording studio, shooting sporting clay, and water skiing.

Birthday: October 15
Favorite Color: Green
Favorite Food: Mexican and Italian
Favorite Entertainers: Mickey Gilley, Andy Williams and Randy Travis
Favorite Song: Old Violin and I Thought He Walked On Water
Favorite TV Show: 24, Everybody Loves Raymond, Dallas