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    Labels

    Title Description and History
    2 Cities Music
    204 Records
    335 Records
    5 Minute Walk
    A & R
    A & S
    A&M
    A'postrophe

    Indie label formed by Jaci Velasquez

    AB Records

    A label that was based in Hollywood, California.

    Abacus Recordings
    Absolute
    Airborn
    Airlift Recordings
    Alarma

    Alarma was a division of Frontline Music Group.

    Alliance
    Alternative
    Aluminum
    Ambience Records
    Amethyst
    Amplitude Media
    Angel Band Music
    Angelus Records
    Arcade Records
    Archive
    Ardent
    Arista
    Ark Music

    The label Jeff Johnson created to distribute his albums.

    Armor Records
    Arrival

    Division of K-tel International (USA), Inc.

    Artemis Gospel
    Asaph
    Aslan
    Asylum
    Atlantic
    Audience Records
    Audio X
    Autumn Records
    B-Rite
    BCI
    Beach Street

    An imprint label of Reunion Reunion Records.

    BEC Recordings

    BEC Recordings is a rock record label that is an imprint of Tooth & Nail Records. The label was formed in 1997 by Tooth & Nail president, Brandon Ebel in partnership with the EMI Christian Music Group. The label is home to many bands that, while falling under the Christian rock/Contemporary umbrella, that also have a more adult sound to the music, as opposed to Tooth & Nail Records or its other subsidiaries Solid State Records and Uprok Records, which tend to be more focused on more of a mainstream Alternative rock sound

    BeeJay Recording
    Bell
    Bellmark Records
    Benson
    Beracah Records
    BHT Records

    Record label owned by renowned industry veterans Mike Blanton, Dan Harrell and Steve Thomas, BHT Entertainment is led by General Manager Troy Collins, a former Gotee and ForeFront Records executive. Collins will oversee three divisions under the BHT umbrella, each concentrating on a specific genre: R&B/Urban, CCM/Pop and Mainstream Pop/Rock.

    Bibletone
    Big God Records
    Big3 Records
    Birdwing

    The Birdwing imprint was a special projects division of Sparrow Records.

    Birthright
    Blind Records
    Blind Thief Recordings

    Label that published "Between the Fence & the Universe", Kevin Max (formerly of DC Talk)'s 2004 release.

    Blonde Vinyl

    Blonde Vinyl records started as imprint for two of Michael Knott's independent releases in 1984 and 1989. Sometime in 1990 or 1991, Michael decided to turn Blonde Vinyl into a full music label. The Christian music industry had started to grow a little stale during this time, so Knott decided to focus on developing bands that were creative and edgy. Blonde Vinyl released albums by bands that played styles of music that weren't very popular with the pop crowd, from punk to grunge, gothic to industrial, and synthpop to spoken word. In all, 32 albums and 3 compilations were released by Blonde Vinyl Records and/or one of the 3 official sub-labels, all of which were released on cassette and compact disc. When Blonde Vinyl's distributor (Spectra) went under in 1993, Michael attempted to resurrect Blonde Vinyl under the name of Siren records. This was a very short-lived attempt. Blonde Vinyl paved the way for the much more successful Tooth & Nail records, who inherited many unreleased Blonde Vinyl bands in 1993.

    Blue Collar Records

    Distributed by Lexicon.

    Bluestone Records
    BMG
    Boondoggie
    Bootblack
    Bootleglive.com

    This label is a division of Creative Station Media and is releasing fully licensed and authorized CDRs of various live performances of many diverse bands and styles of music.

    Brainstorm (BAI)

    Brainstorm Artists International was a label manufactured and distributed by Word, Inc.

    Brash Music
    Bread 'N Honey
    Brentwood
    Briante Music
    Bridge
    Broken

    A division of Word, Inc.

    BTS
    Buddah Records
    Bulletproof Music
    Burch Hill
    Cadence
    Calvary
    Calvary Chapel
    Campus Crusade For Christ
    Canaan
    Candlelight Concerts
    Canis Major
    Capitol Records
    Capricorn
    Cathedral
    CBS Associated Records
    Ceem

    Fan club label of Ken Tamplin.

    Celebration
    Centricity

    Centricity is an independent, family owned, full-service music company with offices in Seattle and Nashville. Our mission is to enable our artists to create life-changing experiences for the world. We value relationships, community, integrity, innovation and good stewardship.

    FAQ. (2011). Retrieved from Centricity Music website: www.centricitymusic.com

    Chapel Lane
    Charisma
    Chosen
    Chrism

    Now defunct label that was a division of Tempo, Inc. located at 1900 W 47th Place, Mission, Kansas.

    Christian

    Part of the Butterfly Group, a group of record labels founded by Bob Carlisle, George King and Mike Rinaldi.

    Chronicles
    Chrystal Records USA
    Colours
    Columbia
    Compendia Music Group
    Cotillion

    A division of the Atlantic Recording Corporation.

    Cracker Barrel Music
    Creative
    Creative Trust Workshop
    Credential
    Cross Driven
    Cross Movement
    Cross Records
    Crossroads
    Crown Town Music
    Crowne Music Group

    Crowne Music was founded by Gary Chapman and David Byerley, and is distributed by WEA.

    Crystal Teardrop Productions

    This is the producers label-- Don Sommerville

    CTI Records
    Cul De Sac
    Curb
    Damascus Road
    Dark Records
    Darkchild Gospel
    Dayspring
    Daywind
    Dedicated Music Group
    deliberatePeople
    Dharma
    Diadem Music Group
    Difference Media

    Difference Media is a division of Cornerstone Church, founded and pastored by John Hagee. The label features some of the leading names in Southern Gospel music, including Aaron & Amanda Crabb, Canton Junction, Matthew Hagee, Tim Duncan, The Cornerstone Sanctuary Choir, John Hagee and The Hagees. A non-denominational evangelical church with more than 20,000 active members, Cornerstone Church is home to John Hagee Ministries, which telecasts Pastor Hagee’s radio and television teachings throughout America and to more than 190 countries around the globe. The ministry also operates GETV, a 24/7 online television and video on-demand broadcast of sermons and original programming, as well as music videos and performances by Difference Media artists (www.getv.org)

    Discovery House Music
    DJ Recordings
    Dot
    Dovetail
    Dragon Slayer Records
    Dream
    Dreamworks
    Drexion
    E&E
    Eb+Flow Records
    Echo
    Eden
    Edge
    Eklectic
    Electric Grace Music
    Elektra
    Elevate Entertainment
    EMI
    EMI Gospel
    Enclave Entertainment

    A division of Urgent Music Group.

    Enigma

    Mainstream label that has signed some Christian artists, most notably the band Stryper.

    eOne Christian Music

    eOne Christian Music is dedicated to the support of culturally-relevant and ministry-focused artists. Established in 2005, the Christian division of eOne Christian Music is fast becoming an emerging voice in Christian music with a roster including The Myriad, gospel chart-topper William McDowell and the recent signings of strong emerging talent such as Rush Of Fools, Echoing Angels and Nathan Tasker. eOne Christian Music is distinguished by their strong focus on artist development, their commitment to building relationships with artists and their goal to build lasting ministries, while making a difference in both the music industry and the global community.

    Epic
    Erika
    Essential

    A division of Brentwood Music, Inc. (1998)

    Essential Worship
    Etcetera
    Everland Entertainment

    A division of Word, Inc.

    Everlasting Spring
    Exchange Church
    Exile
    Exit
    Exit Music Limited
    Facedown

     Distributed by Provident in 2011

    Fair Oaks Music
    Fair Trade

    As the dust settles around INTEGRITY MEDIA's announcement that it will sell INTEGRITY MUSIC to DAVID C COOK (NET NEWS 6/13), one might wonder what happened to INO RECORDS, the label home of MERCYME, THE AFTERS, DARLENE ZSCHECH, LAURA STORY and PHILLIPS, CRAIG & DEAN, among others. INTEGRITY MEDIA purchased NASHVILLE-based INO in 2002.

    The answer is that INO Founder/Pres. JEFF MOSELEY has purchased certain assets associated with INO RECORDS from INTEGRITY MEDIA and established the new label FAIR TRADE SERVICES with many of the staff and artist roster remaining involved. The label remains based in NASHVILLE.

    Farm House
    Feni Music

    This label published "Collection", a greatest hits collection from former Petra lead vocalist Greg X. Volz in 1992.

    Fervent
    Fifty Three Five
    Fingerprint

    Mark Heard's record label.

    First Vision
    Five Minute Walk
    Fixit

    Distributed by Star Song Communications.

    Flicker

    Flicker Records is a Christian record label based in Franklin, Tennessee. It was founded by members of Audio Adrenaline. The label mainly focuses on rock/hard rock artists, though it also created a subsidiary, Big House Kids, for Christian children's music.

    The label was distributed by EMI starting in 1999. Since March 24, 2006, Flicker has been a member of Provident Label Group, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment.

    Floodgate
    Flying Leap

    Hip-hop imprint of the Butterfly Group, a group of record labels founded by Bob Carlisle, George King and Mike Rinaldi.

    Flying Tart

    Flying Tart was an independent record label based in Nashville, Tennessee. It was started by Alex Parker, formerly of R.E.X. Records, and operated from 1990 until 1997.

    Fontaine House
    Fools Of The World

    The Seventy Sevens' own record label.

    Forefront
    Forerunner Music
    Fortress
    Four Door Entertainment
    Free Rain Records

    Based in Portland, OR. Now defunct label featured many top NW Christian artists.

    Freedom

    A division of Malaco Records.

    Frontiers
    Frontline
    Fruit Records

    This is a European label that distributes the music of Jerusalem.

    Fuel Music
    Furious?
    Fuseic Music
    G-Man

    Guardian's own record label that they used to release some custom projects.

    Gaga
    Gaither Music Group
    Galaxy 21 Music
    Getty Music
    Giant

    The label created by David and the Giants to release their albums independently now is the label home of several artists.

    Girder Records
    Glasshouse

    Glasshouse Records was founded by members of The Choir.

    GlorySound
    Gloworks

    Record label of former Delirou5? frontman Martin Smith.

    GMI Music Partners
    Go Fish Kids
    Godfather Records
    Goliard
    Good News

    Good News Records was distributed by Myrrh Records. In 1989, the label changed its name to Ocean Records.

    Gospel
    Gospo Centric
    Gotee
    Gotz
    Graceland
    GrapeTree Music Group
    Gray Dot
    Gray Matters

    Gray Matters is a record label/imprint structured underneath the Nettwerk Music Group. The label was founded in 2007 by Jars of Clay band members Dan Haseltine, Stephen Mason, Matt Odmark, and Charlie Lowell. The creation of the label was in response to the band's record contract ending with Essential Records, and the band's desiring to control their music output. The label is distributed by Provident/Integrity Distribution to the Christian and mainstream markets.

    Green Hill
    Greentree
    Grrr Records
    Gutter/Metal Merchant

    German metal record company.

    Hallmark
    Harmony Records
    Harvest
    Heart and Soul Music
    Heart Beat

    Heart Beat Records, formed in 1980, is an independent International Record and Video company concentrating on quality releases for and from the Catholic market. HeartBeat Records was the first recording company in the USA to bring contemporary Christian music to people within the Catholic faith.

    Heart Warming

    HeartWarming Records was a Southern Gospel label distributed by the Benson Company.

    Heartland
    Hi Records
    HighTone
    Hillsboro Jazz

    A division of Spring Hill Music Group.

    Hillsong Music
    Hollywood
    Holy Sombrero!
    Home Sweet Home

    Founded in 1981 in Nashville, Tennessee, this label is currently headquartered in Dallas, Texas.

    In the 1980s, Home Sweet Home was distributed by Myrrh Records.

    Homeland
    Hope Records

    Label of Yes keyboardist, Rick Wakeman.

    HopperSing
    Horizon
    Hosanna! Music
    Howling Dog Records
    I Am Records

    Distributed by Word, Inc.

    IBS Publishing
    ICC
    Image 7
    Image Records

    Now defunct label that was headquartered in New York.

    Impact
    Independent
    Indie Dream Recordings
    Innocent Media
    INO Records
    Inpop
    Integrity Music
    Intense

    A division of Frontline Music Group.

    Intense Millennium

    IMR was founded in in 2010 and re-issued some of the Frontline/Intense catalog. They stopped production of re-issues and re-masters in 2012 due to funding issues. 

    Intercessor
    Intersound
    Ionic Records

    Distributed by M8 Records.

    Island
    Jesus Culture

    In the summer of 1999, the youth group led by Banning Liebscher at Bethel Church in Redding, California, launched the first Jesus Culture conference. The heart of these gatherings was to serve other churches and lead young people to experience the radical love of God. At each conference there was a strong presence of the Lord, and the youth and young adults were going back to their homes, schools, work places and churches, completely impassioned and transformed.

    A few years into hosting conferences at Redding, the Lord began to speak to us about a new breed of revivalists that were emerging throughout the earth to answer the cry of God’s yearning for nations. Our mandate was defined: to raise up, mobilize, equip, encourage, resource, and send these burning ones to fulfill the call of God on their lives, and see entire cities saved, campuses revolutionized, and nations discipled. The Lord revealed they would be marked by four main characteristics:

    1) They would be connected with spiritual fathers and mothers and aligned under their covering.
    2) They would be passionately in love with Jesus – encountering His extravagant love for them daily.
    3) They would give their lives to prayer and know how to win the war in the heavens.
    4) They would walk in the supernatural – demonstrating the Kingdom of God through power.

    It soon became very clear to us that worship was to be a significant part of our movement. Kim Walker-Smith, Chris Quilala, and Melissa How were worship leaders at our local youth group, and the Lord began to use them to bring an entire generation into whole-hearted worship.

    Shortly after God commissioned us to mobilize this new breed of revivalists, we began taking Jesus Culture conferences to different regions, and currently hold them in Redding, Orange County, Dallas/Ft Worth, Chicago, Atlanta, and multiple cities through Australia and England. Also, in response to our mandate, Jesus Culture Music and Campus Awakening have been inspired and birthed out of Jesus Culture.

    Jesus Culture Music
    Jesus Culture Music exists to ignite revival in the nations of the earth. Our heart is to compel the Body of Christ to radically abandon itself to a lifestyle of worship, motivated by a passion to see God receive the glory that is due His name. We long for Jesus to be exalted in the nations and for His manifest presence to invade this world. Although we aspire for people to sing great worship songs, we are primarily committed to see them come into His presence through worship… to encounter His extravagant love and raw power.

    Jesus Folk
    Jive
    JMI

    This is Jerusalem's own record label, Jerusalem Music International that distributes their albums in the USA.

    Joyful Heart Music
    Kalubone
    Kerygma Records

    Now defunct label that was based in Reseda, California, and was distributed by Sparrow Records.

    Kickstarter
    Kingheir Music
    Kingsway
    Kirshner
    KMG
    Koch
    Koinonia
    La Pinta Records

    A division of Noble Music Group.

    Lamb & Lion

    Distributed by the Benson Company from ?? - 1981.

    Distributed by Sparrow Records from 1982 - ??.

    LeKri Music
    Levantar
    Lexicon
    Li'l Buddy Records
    Lifeline

    Bluegrass label distributed by the Benson Company.

    Lifestream

    A division of Calvary Records

    Light
    Lion of Zion
    Liquid Disc

    Now defunct label that was headquartered in Franklin, Tennessee.

    Live Oak
    Lo-Fidelity
    Lucid Artist
    M2-0
    M8

    Millenium Eight (M8) is a label that specializes in reissuing out-of print Christian albums and releasing limited edition collector's CDs.

    Madacy
    Magdalene Records

    This label is distributed by M8 Records.

    Maiden Music
    Make Way Music
    Manna
    Mansion Entertainment
    Maple Bar Records
    Maranatha! Music

    Maranatha! Music was founded in 1971 by Chuck Smith Sr. of Calvary Chapel, to promote the “Jesus Music” his young hippie followers were writing and singing, up and down the California coast. In the early years, Maranatha! Music started signing artists because of their passionate profession of faith through music. These songs became the influential calling card of the worship music genre of that time; they belong to the Maranatha! Song catalog today. Back then, the songs considered unsuitable for the ‘traditional church’ were still being sung by millions of young people around the world.  Pastor Chuck Smith, Chuck Fromm and Tommy Coomes were among the leaders of Maranatha who were serving the church.   The mission these faithful men began continues today: It is still the song of faith that leads people into the presence of God.

    Mars Hill Music
    Martingale Music
    MasaliMusic
    Match Made in Heaven Music

    Greg X Volz's label home.

    MCA
    MCA Songbird
    Meadowlark

    Meadowlark was a label manufactured, marketed and distributed by The Sparrow Corporation. It was created to release contemplative instrumental music that was similar in sound to what was marketed in the mainstream music world as New Age music.

    Medusa
    Melodiya
    Merf Music Group
    Messianic
    Metal Blade

    Mainstream label that has distributed some Christian metal.

    Metro One

    In 1998, Metro One was distributed by Myrrh Records.

    Metrovox
    MGM Records
    MGP (Massive Groove Productions)
    Midas
    Mighty Horn

     The record label of Phil Driscoll

    Milk & Honey

    Milk & Honey Records was a division of the Zondervan Corporation. (1985)

    Ministry Music
    Ministry Resource Center
    Minstrel's Voyage Music
    Mission House Music Group

    Christian Record Label based in Nashville TN

    MM Records
    Modern Art
    Mono vs Stereo
    Morada

    Now defunct label that was headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee.

    Morning Star
    Motown
    Motown Gospel
    Muscle Shoals Sound Gospel

    Manufactured and distributed by Malaco Records and Tapes.

    Music World
    Music World Gospel

     a division of Music World Entertainment, distributed by Universal.

    Myrrh

    Myrrh Records was founded in 1972 and was instrumental in developing a popular following for Contemporary Christian music as the label that first published music by Barry McGuire, 2nd Chapter of Acts, Randy Matthews and Nancy Honeytree. Myrrh is also known for serving as the first label for popular Christian crossover singer Amy Grant, who joined the label in 1977.

    The label closed its doors in 2000 before being relaunched by parent company Word Entertainment under the name Myrrh Worship in 2005.

    Myx
    N-Soul
    Narrowpath
    Nearfield
    Nettwerk
    New Born

    The Praise Group family of records was based out of Burnaby, B.C. Canada. Other labels in the Praise Group included: Tunesmith, Country Oak, New Born, Praise, Horizon, and Little People.

    New Breed

    Distributed by Vineyard Music Group.

    New Canaan
    New Dawn

    A division of Singspiration Music. Part of the Zondervan Corporation.

    New Day
    New Haven
    New Sounds
    Newpax

    Distributed by the Benson Company.

    Newport
    NewSong
    Nightmare Records
    Nissi

     Distributed by Sparrow Records: 1984

    Nitro Records
    Nomous Music
    Nomous Music
    Northern Records
    Nuclear Blast
    Numavox

    Kerry Livgren created this label to distribute his music and the music of a few other artists.

    OakTable Publishing
    Oasis Music
    Ocean

    Ocean Records started in 1972 as Good News Records, changing names in 1989. The label was distributed by Myrrh.

    Oddbody Music
    On the Grove
    One Way
    Onyx
    Open Sky Records

    Iona's own record label.

    Oregon Catholic Press
    Organic
    Pakaderm

    Now defunct label that was headquartered in California and was distributed by Word Inc.

    Palmfrond Communications
    Pamplin
    Pan Pacific Records
    Pan-Trax

    Now defunct label that was headquartered in Dickson, Tennessee.

    Parable
    Paragon Records

    Disbributed by Benson

    Passage
    Paste
    Patmos
    Patrona Productions
    Paul Smith
    Paula
    Peniel
    Permanent Recordings
    Phonogram
    Phydeaux

    Larry Norman's own record label.

    Pickwick International Productions (P.I.P.)

    Pickwick was a mainstream label that released mainly "best of" collections of different artists. They released a Christian album of Jesus Music by Street Christians in 1971.

    Pierced Records
    Pila
    Pilgrim
    Pirk Music
    Planet Records
    Polydor
    Positive Pop
    Positive Pop Records
    Power Discs
    Pretty Good Records
    Priority

    Priority Records was a division of CBS.

    Provident
    Provident-Integrity Distribution
    PSP Records
    PTL
    Pure Metal
    PureSprings Gospel
    Pyramid
    Questar/Mission Records
    Qwest
    R&L
    R.E.X. Music

    R.E.X. Records was an independent record label founded by Doug Mann and Gavin Morkel, which operated from 1987 until 1995. Operations were based in Chicago until 1990 when the company moved to Nashville. The label was artistic in nature, and though they were especially active in the Christian metal genre, some acts were also marked to mainstream audiences. Sublabels included Storyville Records and Street Level Records (founded by Randy Stonehill.)

    In Christian markets their records were distributed by the Diamante Music Group until 1995 when they switched to Light Distribution. In general markets the label was distributed by RED.

    For a short time, R.E.X. provided distribution for Grrr Records.

    Rainbow Sound Inc

    Initially called Valor Records (circa era 1961). Rainbow Sound Inc was founded by Reverend Charles Massegee in 1962. Reverend Massegee, a Southern Baptist evangelist, began recording church choirs and singers on location with his own portable equipment. As the label grew and, business expanded Rainbow Sound Inc added a studio and recording equipment. In 1969 Massegee brought in Bob Cline as a full time engineer and manager at Rainbow Sound Inc. The labels continued to grow. Between 1969 to 1971 alone Rainbow Sound recorded over 200 Gospel albums! Rainbow Sound Inc became one of the first to make sound-tracts for Gospel singers to record with. At the height of Rainbow Sound Inc. the label had over 4000 singers involved in their sound tract club. Rainbow Sound Inc. was sold in 1982 and under new ownership the label failed quickly.

    Rambler Records

    Distributed by Word.

    Ransom Records
    RayLynn
    Razor & Tie
    RCA Records
    re:think
    Reach

    Reach Records and ReachLife Ministries strive to, “bridge the gap between biblical truth and urban context.” Founded in 2003, Reach Records is a Christian music record label dedicated to using music as a means of reaching the urban community in a biblically sound way. While Reach Records employs music to reveal biblical truth, ReachLife Ministries aims to empower ministry leaders with this music in order to grow the urban church.

    ReAnimated Records
    Red Moon
    Red Road
    Reflect
    Reflection Music Group
    Refuge

    Now defunct, this label was distributed by Benson Records.

    Regency
    Regency Records
    Rejoice
    Replay Records
    Reprise
    Rescue Records
    Resolve
    Resonate
    Retroactive

    Primarily a reissue label, Retroactive has focused on the hard rock/heavy metal styles of music, with CD releases by Daniel Band, Barnabus, Resurrection Band, and others.

    Reunion
    Rhino
    Rhythm House
    Rio Vida Music
    Rival (BMG)
    River Records
    Riverphlo
    Riversong

    Country label distributed by the Benson Company.

    RKT Music

     An imprint of Rocketown Records.

    Roadrunner
    Rocketown

    Founded by Michael W. Smith.

    Rode Dog Records
    Rooftop
    Roryn Parti Entertainment
    Rowe Productions
    Roxx Productions
    Royal Music
    Rugged
    Rustproof
    Sacred
    Salt
    Saltmine Records
    Salvation Road
    SaraBellum Records
    Save the City
    Scepter
    Seed

    Seed was Paul Clark's label. It was located in Shawnee Mission, Kansas, and distributed by Word to Christian stores and by ABC to secular outlets.

    Information courtesy of Both Sides Now

    September Day
    Seven Locks

    Custom Label

    Seven Thunder Records
    Shadow
    Shalom
    Shanachie
    Sherwood Records
    Shiloh
    Signpost
    Silent Planet
    Sims
    Sing

    A Southern Gospel record label.

    Siren Music
    sixstepsrecords
    Skaggs Family Records

    After years of being on mainstream labels, Ricky Skaggs formed his own record label to release his own albums. The label now is home to other artists as well.

    Skies Fall

    Label founded by Ben Kasica, guitarist for Skillet, and his friend Joe Snyder.

    Skyline
    Skylite
    Slain

    Record label started by Disciple.

    Solid Air Records
    Solid Rock
    Solid State

    Imprint of Tooth & Nail Records.

    Some Dawning
    Someone Up There Records
    Song Haus
    Song of Songs

    Label of David & The Giants on which their first 5 albums were released.

    Sonlite
    Sonrise
    Sony
    Sound of Gospel
    Spaceport Records
    Spark Music

    European label that has released albums by Larry Howard and Larry Norman.

    Sparrow
    Special 'O' Records
    Spin Dust
    Spirit
    Spirit Led
    Spring Hill
    Spring House
    Squint Entertainment
    SRE

    SRE Recordings was launched in May 2005 as a rock imprint of INO Records.

    StarSong

    Star Song was founded in 1976 by Darrell Harris. Star Song was a division of Jubilee Communications. The label was purchased in the 1990s by EMI/Sparrow and merged into their catalog. In the late 90s, Sparrow announced the Star Song imprint would no longer be a separate label.

    Storyville
    Straight Ahead Records
    Street Level
    Street Tunes
    Stress
    Strobie Records
    Stunt
    Sublime

    Sub•Lime Records was a short lived Christian record label. They were a sublabel of Essential Records, and by extension Brentwood Music (Based in Brentwood, Tennessee) and the Zomba Music Group. Their records were distributed by Provident Music Distribution. Signed artists included Honey, Fold Zandura, Kosmos Express, Quayle, Ruby Joe, and Silage.

    Sugar
    Superior
    Survivor

    Survivor Records is a British Christian Music record label and is a sub-ministry of Kingsway Communications. The label launched in 1997 as a medium by which to publish music associated with the Soul Survivor events.

    Sweet Rain
    Sword Records
    Tag Artist Group
    Talkingtown Records

    Distributed by R.E.X. Music.

    Tate Music Group
    Tattoo
    Temple Productions
    Tempo
    The Acappella Company
    Thomas Nelson
    Thorne
    Three Equals One

    Label of Christian punk rock band, The Lead.

    ThreeFold Records
    Threshing Floor Records

    Label of band, Ajalon.

    Timeless Records
    Toe Jam Records
    Tommy Boy Gospel
    Tooth & Nail

    Tooth & Nail is a Seattle-based label specializing in Christian alternative music. Notable Christian artists such as MxPx, Starflyer, and Stavesacre have all been on T&N at one time or another.

    Transparent Media Group
    Triangle
    Tribute
    Troubador For The Lord

    John Michael Talbot's record label.  Distributed by Sparrow Records

    True Tunes
    Tunesmith

    The Praise Group family of records was based out of Burnaby, B.C. Canada. Other labels in the Praise Group included: Tunesmith, Country Oak, New Born, Praise, Horizon, and Little People.

    Twenty Ten Music
    Tyscot
    UA
    UCA Records

    United Christian Artists was founded by Rick Cua and his wife Diana.

    Unibyte Productions
    Unison
    United Rock
    Universal Music
    Universal Republic
    Universal South
    Urgent
    Velvet Blue Music

    The label home of such artists as Fine China, The Lassie Foundation, The Calicoes, and Dennison Marrs.

    Verity

    Verity Records is an American gospel music-focused record label founded in 1994. The label is a now major component and namesake of Verity Gospel Music Group (formerly Zomba Gospel), the Gospel group operated by Jive Label Group, which in turn is owned by Sony Music Entertainment.

    Vertical Music
    Vertical Shift
    Vertical Vibe

     Russ Lee (formerly of Truth and NewSong) started this label.

    Via
    Vindicated from the Deep Water Records
    Vine
    Vineyard Music
    Vireo
    Virgin Records America
    Vista
    Visual Music Group
    Viva

    Swedish record label.

    VSR Music Group
    WAL

    Wal was a division of Word Records & Music.

    Walking Angel
    Warner Alliance

    Warner Alliance was a Contemporary Christian imprint of Warner Music Group. Its operations were suspended in 1998. Artists on the label included Billy & Sarah Gaines, the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, Caedmon's Call, Donnie McClurkin, First Call, Wayne Watson, Take 6, Mid South, and the Worldwide Message Tribe. Albums released on the label are now controlled by Word Entertainment.

    Warner Brothers
    Warner Resound
    Watershed
    What? Records

    Distributed by Word, Inc.

    Whiplash
    White Horse
    Wider Sky
    Wind-up
    Windchime
    Wonderland

    Imprint label from "Word."

    Word
    Word Artisan
    Word Canada
    Word Nashville
    WordSong

    a division of Word Records

    Working Man Records
    World Class Gospel
    World Wide Gospel
    Worship Circle
    Worthless Records
    Xhan
    XS Records
    Z Records

    A UK label.

    Zondervan



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