Labels

Name Logo Description
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
Pendulum
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
Power Discs
Prescott
Prestige
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.)

Radiate

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.

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