Gold Mine Studios
Gold Mine Studios is the name of recording studios in Brentwood, Tennessee.
Gold Mine was owned by Home Sweet Home Records, owned by producer Chris Christian. It is the studio that Chris Christian and Brown Bannister built and where they recorded their first records. Countless albums have been recorded at Gold Mine since the 1970s, including projects by Amy Grant, Mark Heard, BJ Thomas, Bill Gaither, Imperials, HoneyTree, David Meece, Dan Peek, White Heart, Sam Phillips, Rich Mullins and others. Gold Mine was the studio where the first Christian Pop (later called Contemporary Christian Music) was recorded such as Dogwood, BJ Thomas, Home Where I Belong, Amy Grant's first album, and hundreds of other CCM albums over the late 70's to the 90's.
- An American Band (2004) by Dan Peek, Xulon Press ISBN 9781594679292 Search this book on .
- A Grandmothers Prayer "A Studio called Goldmine", Chapter 9. True Potential Inc. ISBN 978-1-948794-34-3 Search this book on .
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