Now defunct label that was headquartered in California and was distributed by Word Inc.
|Pan Pacific Records|
Now defunct label that was headquartered in Dickson, Tennessee.
Disbributed by Benson
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.
|Positive Pop Records|
|Pretty Good Records|
Priority Records was a division of CBS.
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.)
Founded by GRAMMY nominated, Dove Award-winning Songwriter and Producer of the Year, Ian Eskelin in 2015. Eskelin’s 20-plus-year resume in the music business, ranging from being a recording artist to a record executive, gives him a unique perspective in partnering with artists who are passionate about impacting culture with music.
|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!
Distributed by Word.
|Razor & Tie|