"Bethany Dillon" (born September 22, 1988 in Bellefontaine, Ohio) is a young Christian soft rock (Christian Contemporary music) artist.
Dillon’s musical career began at the young age of 12, recording an independent album (Vulnerable) that ended up in the hands of EMI executive Brad O’Donnell.
Her self-titled debut album, released in 2004, was the highest selling female solo debut album for the year and attracted GMA nominations for both Female Vocalist and New Artist of the Year. The radio friendly ''All I Need'' reached the coveted number one position on the US charts.
Despite a heavy touring schedule, Bethany Dillon released her second album titled ''Imagination'' in August 2005 – the CD which prompted CCM Magazine to label her as the ‘future’ of contemporary Christian music.
Ed Cash teamed up with Bethany Dillon yet again to produce an eleven track album, all of which was written or co-written by Dillion.
Bethany also appears on the recently released ''Music inspired by the Chronicles of Narnia'' soundtrack, and track one from '‘Imagination'’ will feature in the upcoming film ‘'Dreamer: Inspired by a true story’'.