Provident Music Group

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Provident Label Group
Parent companySony Music
GenreContemporary Christian music
Country of originUnited States
LocationFranklin, Tennessee
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Provident Label Group is a division of Sony Music focusing primarily on Christian music in Franklin, Tennessee. The group handles its own physical distribution through its Provident-Integrity Distribution service.

Provident Label Group[edit]

Current labels[2]
  • Essential Records
  • Flicker Records
  • iShine Records
  • Reunion Records
    • Beach Street Records
  • Praise Hymn Soundtracks
Former labels
  • Brentwood Records
  • Benson Music Group
  • Fervent Records
    • Diadem Music Group
    • Benson Records
  • Provident Special Markets

Provident-Integrity distribution[edit]

In addition to its own labels, the distribution arm of Provident provides Christian-market distribution to these labels:

  • 7Spin Music
  • Arista Records
  • BMG Classics (now Sony Masterworks)
  • Boneyard Records (official label of T-Bone (rapper))
  • Comin Atcha Distribution
  • Creative Trust Workshop
  • Cross Movement Records
  • Galilee of the Nations
  • GospoCentric Records
    • B-Rite Music
  • Gray Matters
  • INO Records
  • Integrity Gospel
  • Integrity Media
  • New Haven Records
  • RCA Records
  • Save the City Records
  • Track Star Records
  • Verity Records
  • Wind-up Records

Provident films[edit]

Provident Films is a unit of Provident Label Group. Some notable films that Provident has marketed include Facing the Giants[3] and Ring the Bell[4]

See also[edit]

  • Sony Music Entertainment
  • List of Record Labels
  • Christian Record Labels


  1. Price, Deborah Evans. "Zomba Forms Christian Music Umbrella: Provident Music Group to Unite Interests in Nashville" Billboard 109:26 (June 28, 1997)
  2. Archived from the original on October 18, 2010. Retrieved October 12, 2010. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. "About". Retrieved November 17, 2015.
  4. "Provident Films". Retrieved November 17, 2015.

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