Brown Bannister

Jan 01, 1981

Brown Bannister is listed in the credits for the following albums:

Year Artist Album Role
1976 Chris Christian Chris Christian Producer, Songwriter, Engineer, Background Vocals
1977 Dogwood Out in the Open Vocal Arrangements
1977 David Meece I Just Call On You Engineer, Mixed, Background Vocals
1977 Imperials Sail On Engineer, Bells
1977 Amy Grant Amy Grant Assistant Producer, Engineer, Songwriter, Acoustic Guitar, Bells
1977 Nancy Honeytree Honeytree In Concert: Me and My Old Guitar Engineer, Jews Harp
1977 Fireworks Fireworks Engineer
1978 David Meece Everybody Needs a Little Help Producer, Songwriter
1978 Imperials Imperials - Live Engineer
1978 Dan Peek All Things Are Possible Engineer
1979 Dogwood Ordinary Man Producer, Acoustic Guitar, Songwriter
1979 Imperials Heed the Call Engineer, Songwriter
1979 Farrell & Farrell A Portrait of Us All Producer
1979 Amy Grant My Father's Eyes Producer, Songwriter, Harmony and Background Vocals
1980 Chris Christian The Best of Chris Christian Songwriter
1980 Stephanie Boosahda One in a Million Producer, Engineer, Mixed, Mastered
1980 David Meece Are You Ready? Producer
1980 Amy Grant Never Alone Producer, Mixed, Songwriter, Background Vocals
1980 Debby Boone With My Song Producer, Songwriter, Arrangements, Mixed
1981 Mike Warnke Coming Home Remix & Edit
1981 Farrell & Farrell Make Me Ready Producer, Songwriter, Overdub Engineer, Mixed
1981 Chris Christian Just Sit Back Songwriter
1981 Amy Grant In Concert Producer, Mixed, Songwriter
1981 Amy Grant In Concert, Volume Two Producer, Songwriter
1982 Various Artists Good Night Sleep Tight Vocals
1982 David Meece Front Row Producer
1982 Amy Grant Age to Age Producer, Songwriter
1982 Glenn Garrett Nothing Without You Producer, Songwriter, Engineer
1982 Kathy Troccoli Stubborn Love Producer, Songwriter
1982 Farrell & Farrell Let the Whole World Know - Live Songwriter
1983 David Meece Count the Cost Producer, Songwriter
1983 Michael W. Smith Project Assistant Engineer
1983 Debby Boone Surrender Producer, Handclaps
1984 Billy Sprague What A Way To Go Songwriter
1984 Pam Mark Hall Supply and Demand Songwriter
1984 Amy Grant Straight Ahead Producer, Songwriter
1984 Michael W. Smith 2 Vocal Production
1984 Kathy Troccoli Heart and Soul Producer, Songwriter
1984 Chris Christian Let the Music Start Tympani Producer
1984 Farrell & Farrell The Best of Farrell & Farrell Producer, Songwriter
1985 The Cause Do Something Now Choir
1985 David Meece 7 Producer
1985 Amy Grant Unguarded Producer
1986 Rich Mullins Rich Mullins Executive Producer
1986 Chris Eaton Vision Producer
1986 Amy Grant Collection Producer, Mixed, Songwriter
1987 Prism Yellow Songwriter
1987 David Meece Candle in the Rain Producer, Mixed, Arranger
1987 Imperials This Year's Model Producer
1988 Kim Hill Kim Hill Co-Producer, Arranger, Keyboards
1988 Amy Grant Lead Me On Producer
1989 White Heart Freedom Producer
1990 David Meece Learning to Trust Producer, Engineer
1990 White Heart Souvenirs Producer
1990 Charlie Peacock Secret of Time Producer
1991 Bruce Carroll Sometimes Miracles Hide Producer
1991 Amy Grant Heart in Motion Producer
1992 White Heart Tales of Wonder Production Consultant
1992 PFR Pray for Rain Executive Producer
1992 Amy Grant Home for Christmas Producer
1993 Michael English Hope Producer
1993 PFR Goldie's Last Day Executive Producer
1993 Bruce Carroll Walk On Producer, Songwriter
1993 Carman The Standard Producer
1993 Petra Wake-Up Call Producer, Engineer
1994 White Heart Nothing but the Best Radio Classics Producer
1994 White Heart Nothing but the Best Rock Classics Producer
1994 PFR Great Lengths Executive Producer
1994 Michael Card Poiema Producer
1994 Russ Taff We Will Stand Songwriter
1994 Amy Grant House of Love Executive Producer
1994 Kathy Troccoli Stubborn Love '94 Producer, Songwriter
1995 White Heart Attack! Production Consultant
1995 Bruce Carroll One Summer's Evening Live Songwriter
1995 Chris Eaton Wonderful World Producer
1995 Ashley Cleveland Lesson of Love Executive Producer, Mixed
1995 David Meece Odyssey Producer, Songwriter
1995 Carolyn Arends I Can Hear You Producer, Engineer
1995 Carman R.I.O.T. Producer, Engineer
1996 White Heart Early Years Producer
1996 Charlie Peacock In the Light: The Very Best of Charlie Peacock Producer
1996 PFR Them Executive Producer
1997 Bruce Carroll For The Record Producer, Songwriter
1997 Carolyn Arends Feel Free Producer
1997 PFR The Late Great PFR Executive Producer
1998 Carman Mission 3:16 Producer
1998 Out of the Grey Remember This Producer
1999 Carolyn Arends This Much I Understand Executive Producer
1999 Avalon In a Different Light Producer
1999 Steven Curtis Chapman Speechless Producer
2000 Carolyn Arends Seize The Day & Other Stories Producer, Engineer
2001 Steven Curtis Chapman Declaration Producer
2002 Petra Still Means War! Producer, Engineer
2002 Amy Grant Legacy... Hymns & Faith Producer
2002 Janna Potter Long Janna Producer
2004 Avalon The Creed Producer
2004 Steven Curtis Chapman All Things New Producer
2005 Bart Millard Hymned Producer
2006 MercyMe Coming Up To Breathe Producer
2007 MercyMe All That Is Within Me Producer, Additional Engineering
2008 33Miles One Life Producer
2011 Phil Wickham Response Producer, Engineer
2012 Twila Paris God Shed His Grace Producer
2012 MercyMe The Hurt & The Healer Producer, Songwriter, Overdub Engineer
2012 Jeremy Camp Christmas: God With Us Producer
2013 Dave Barnes A December to Remember Producer
2016 JJ Heller Unto Us Producer

Brown Bannister

Brown Bannister is a Contemporary Christian Music producer and songwriter. Bannister released one album of his own, Talk to One Another, in 1981 on NewPax Records. It was reissued on the Reunion Records Label five years later, featuring a newer recording of the album's final cut, "Create In Me A Clean Heart". The original NewPax version featured Ed DeGarmo on the Hammond B3 Organ; the 1986 version featured Amy Grant and her then husband Gary Chapman on vocals with him. The 1986 version was released as a radio-single and gained moderate airplay in a some markets.

Bannister is best known for his work in the audio engineering, recording, and production industry. He formed his own independent label, Vireo Records, in 1991. Bannister has won 25 Dove Awards and 14 Grammy awards. He has written many songs, notably for Amy Grant. Bannister also taught Grant in his Sunday School class at Belmont Church of Christ.

Brown Bannister. (2013, February 5). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 12:27, March 12, 2013, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Brown_Bannister&oldid=536719249

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