However, with the help of Stevie Wonder, Miner was signed by Motown, and in released Tim Miner, in large part a secular remake of A True Story. While the album was a very enjoyable soul disc, and included help from artists such as Brian McKnight and Michael Sembello, wasn't a great time to be on Motown and the disc sank isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.cog: Supercal.
Tim also released his third project, "A True Story," with Frontline. - Tim signed a major distribution deal with Word Records and produced artists such as Kim Boyce and BeBe and CeCe Winans, among many others. - Stevie Wonder discovered Tim at a Hollywood Showcase. Tim signed a global artist, publishing and production deal with Motown Missing: Supercal.
With this album, Tim Miner serves notice that he is not going to relax from making true popular pop/dance music for Christ. He, like Peacock and the Winans, are now ready with a full-blooded popular urban sound that can stand up to the rigors of radio overexposure without yielding to triteness - great news, if you like that sound as much as I do.
Tim also served as worship leader for Victory Outreach in Santa Ana, CA. under Dr. Sonny Argonzoni at this time. He signed a co-venture deal with Frontline Records in , began developing his own artists for the label, and released his third project, "A True Story." In Stevie Wonder discovered Tim at a Hollywood Showcase.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of A True Story on Discogs. Label: Frontline Records (3) - C • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul, Classical • Style: Gospel, Contemporary3/5(1).