Tim Miner

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Tim Miner is an American gospel/R&B singer-songwriter and instrumentalist. He has also produced, arranged, and/or composed music for/with many other artists.

Miner released three albums on Christian labels in the 1980s before releasing a self-titled album on Motown Records, which is a reworking of his previous album, True Story, with new material.[1]

Miner currently records and produces projects, owns his own recording studio and lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and their two sons.[citation needed]


Other credits[edit]

  • 1989: Love Is You to Me Kim Boyce (also keyboards)
  • 1992: New Direction DeLeon (also bass, composer, drums, and keyboards)
  • 1992: Love Is Reality Al Green (also arranger, bass, and keyboards)
  • 1992: How Time Flies Wayne Watson (also bass, percussion, and background vocals)
  • 1994: For the Love of Strange Medicine Steve Perry (also bass, composer, and keyboards)
  • 1998: Dionne Sings Dionne Dionne Warwick (also composer and keyboards)
  • 2002: For All Time Soluna (also guitar)
  • 2006: I See Beautiful Tammy Trent (also guitar, keyboards, and duet on "Is This Love")
  • 2008: Outloud! Spensha Baker (also composer, guitar, and keyboards)

Guest vocals[edit]