Just a few of our many artist and projects over the years!
One of the premier songwriters of today, Chris Tomlin is shaping the language of worship for generations present and future. And yet his gifts are rooted in one central truth, that God is the center of everything.
Even as a small town Texan boy pounding out new tunes with his rag-tag garage band, Chris Tomlin had been blessed with a passion for purpose. He wanted to be more than just another guy with a song. As he grew, he became even more aware of the fact that everything-what we do, who we are-exists only for God's glory.
David Huff currently performs as a solo artist, and his brothers occasionally rejoin him. David has released three solo albums, "Really" in 2000, "Proclaim" in 2004, and "Do You Know What I Mean," 2008 by Giant Records.
He's currently recording a brand new album...keep looking for it soon!
"Do You Know What I Mean" features "in your face" lyrics that leave no room for misunderstandings. Every one of the ten songs were written by David himself, exploring themes both deeply private and resoundingly inspirational.
David & The Giants
David & the Giants were truly pioneers in the early days of Contemporary Christian music. David Huff and his twin brothers, Rayborn and Clayborn, were born into the Kingdom of God in 1977 and spent the next 20+ years ministering in churches across the U.S. and around the world. During this time, D&G also had many other members such as Keith Thibodeaux on drums from 1979-1989, as well as Lance Huff, Kellye Huff, Gerald Hagan, and Dennon Dearman. In 1989 one of their songs (Here's My Heart) was mis-labeled, shipped to mainstream radio, and went to the top of the popular charts.
Doyle’s early years as a guitarist took him around the world as he toured with The Stamps Quartet and later with Grand Ole Opry Star, Grandpa Jones. Doyle has since returned to the Grand Ole Opry for numerous performances, many appearing live on national television. As an endorser and clinician for Taylor Guitars, Doyle has designed a very successful signature guitar. The Doyle Dykes Signature Model Taylor guitar (“DDSM”) features an amplification system by L.R. Baggs, deemed as the Doyle Dykes Hexaphonic Pickup System. Doyle also helped design his signature Rivera amplifier, called the Sedona, designed to accommodate both electric and acoustic instruments. Doyle’s signature instruments and equipment have influenced the musical instrument industry on a global basis.
Doyle performs in venues ranging from Theatres, Bluegrass festivals, and churches, to major Conventions, such as the NAMM Show (Anaheim, CA and Nashville, TN), the Musikmesse (largest music trade show in the world; Frankfurt, Germany), Music Live (UK), and the National Executive Institute, which is made up of honored FBI Agents, major city Police Chiefs, and Law Enforcement Officers from around the world. Internationally, Doyle attracts record audiences in many Continents around the world. Whether to a guitar player or music enthusiast, Doyle’s music will make a lasting impression on anyone given the opportunity to listen.
Eddy was born in Corning, New York, in 1938. While in his early teens he moved with his family to Phoenix, where a demo tape found its way to the hands of Hazlewood, then a local disk jockey. Together, they hit upon a magic formula centered upon Eddy’s unique playing style, which involved picking single-note melodies on the low strings. Eddy took pains to compose strong, dramatic melodies and to vary his style. Elements of country, jazz and gospel found its way into his instrumentals, which bore evocative titles like “Cannonball,” “Rebel Rouser” and “Forty Miles of Bad Road.” On record, he was backed by such esteemed session musicians as saxophonist Steve Douglas and keyboardist Larry Knectel. The Sharps provided background vocals and rebel yells.
James Bolton & The Bolton Brothers
Pastor James Bolton of the Dynamic gospel Quartet, "The Bolton Brothers" debuts his solo album titled, "Three Times My Savior". The album will be released by the independent record label powerhouse, Musicissippi Entertainment. Bolton posseses one of the most unique and annointed voices in gospel music today, his voice captures your heart and soul from beginning to end. This album offers a new and contemporary style from James, it features artist like Bishop Neal Robison, Ruthie Bolton, David Huff and the Bolton Brothers to name a few.
The Bolton Brothers completed a debut album in 1996, Live in Mobile. It was followed two years later by the sophomore release of Live in Mobile, Vol. 2. Both offerings were done on the Blackberry Records label, and sold as videos as well. 2001 saw the release of the group's third album, Revival in Atlanta. Some of the songs the brothers have recorded include "Bless the Name of Jesus," "Just to Know Him," "Lord Done Delivered Me," "If He Still Cares," "Bring Your Burdens," "Oh How I Love You," "I Gave Up Everything," "Will You Be Ready," and "Let It Be Real."
K-Ci (of K-Ci & JOJO)
The sons of gospel singers, they were raised in a strictly religious household. The brothers grew up hearing the classic gospel sounds of Shirley Caesar, Sam Cooke, and the Winans, but also absorbed influences from soul vocalists such as Bobby Womack and Donny Hathaway. They performed together with their father in a group called Little Cedric & The Hailey Singers and by the time the brothers had reached their teenage years, the group had already recorded three gospel albums.
Karen has been involved in Gospel Music as long as she can remember. At age 2 her parents gave her a quarter to stand on a chair and sing at her local church. At age 4 she started singing tenor with her 8 year old brother, Gary. She no longer needs the chair and is still singing.
Karen won the 2003 Exalting Him Talent Search, which landed her a record deal with the highly acclaimed Daywind Music Group with distribution by Word Entertainment.
Kelly is passionate about worship...teaching it, leading it and revealing God's heart through it. With a strong prophetic gifting and a revelation of Jesus' returning for His bride, Kelly has many gifts to share.
Kelly has a heart for hurting women and wants to share the power that the blood of Jesus Christ has had on her life. Her songs are healing and poignant. She currently lives in McDonough, Georgia and travels frequently to tell her story and use the giftings that the Lord has given her.
I started singing at the young age of 13. My dad (David Huff of David and the Giants) told me that when I turned 16, he would record my first album "In A Special Way". He kept his promise and I did just that at Huff Recording Studios in Forest, Mississippi.
My first top 10 hit was "In A Special Way". It was number 7 on the national charts. I remember doing a concert with D&G in Georgia in '89. We were riding in the car with the Pastor of the church when I heard my song. Sitting in the backseat I thought, "Oh...how nice of him to already have my album". Then the DJ came on and said..."That's the new voice of Kellye Huff!!" Ok folks....I flipped!!!!!! I was ON THE RADIO!!!! Dad was like..."KELLYE, CALL THE RADIO STATION NOW AND THANK THEM!!!!!" Arriving back to the church, I did just that!
I started doing solo tours at age 16 and my first show was in Louisville, KY. I did three more recordings since then and the Lord has blessed me with not only more top 10 hits but a number 1 hit called "Anything" in 1992. At the end of that year, they did a countdown of all songs from 1992 and "Anything" was number 2!
“I love sharing the love of God and I truly have a heart for worshiping Jesus,” says Lloyd. He’s written many hit songs for David & The Giants. David Huff is Lloyd’s brother-in-law and the two have successfully collaborated to yield a number of hits including, Here's My Heart, Show Them the Light, Strangers to the Night, Perfect Love, and Can’t Live Without You to name only a few. As a solo artist, Lloyd has produced several radio hits from his own albums, Man After Gods Own Heart, I Know The Feeling, and God Came Near.
Pastor Paula White
At the age of eighteen, Paula was introduced to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Shortly after Paula surrendered her life to the Lord, she received a divine visitation in which God gave her a vision of multitudes of millions of people as far as her eyes could see. In the vision, every time she opened her mouth and began to declare the Word of the Lord, there was a visible manifestation of the power of God – souls were saved, the sick were healed, and the broken were restored. Conversely, when she was silent, people began to fall into utter darkness. In her finite mind she could not adequately quantify or enumerate the sea of humanity that she saw…but, since that time, Paula has kept the goal of 10 million souls to remind her of the awesome responsibility—yet achievable mission—of winning multiple souls for Christ.
One of the leaders of Earth, Wind & Fire since 1971. Also active as a solo artist since 1982, recording gospel and R&B as well as pop hits like 1984's Easy Lover, a duet with Phil Collins
Ron was previously the singer with, what is easily a favourite Christian band ever, "Twenty Twenty" (both their albums should be mainstays in every AOR fans' collection) and he produced this solo album in close collaboration with David Huff.
Shara McKee was born and raised in Houston, TX. She graduated from the University of Houston in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in education and taught 8th grade Algebra. In 1998, Shara married Reverend Rob McKee. They traveled as evangelists for two years before coming to Katy, TX in 2000 where they now pastor their church, “The Pentecostals of Katy"
Shara is a proud and loving mother of three beautiful daughters, Savannah Gayle, McKenna Belle and Sophia LaVelle. She currently serves as the Pastor’s wife and music director/worship leader of The Pentecostals of Katy. Shara has been singing her whole life her first recording being in 1993 as a soloist with a youth choir.
She has since recorded several solo projects including, “My Soul Desire”, “Rain On Us”, “Joy Comes in the Morning”, “I’ve Got A Reason”, “Oh Holy Night”, “Break Through” and her newest release, “To Be With You”, all recorded at Huff Studios. She has appeared as a guest soloist on several other projects including JCM, Revival Tabernacle, United Praise and has appeared with The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir as a guest soloist. She has also recorded a live worship CD with her church choir called “Unrestrained”.
All of her music is available for download on iTunes or can be ordered from the “Shara McKee Music Page” on Facebook or her web site. Shara is a passionate singer with powerful vocals. She is an outstanding worship leader who consistently ushers people into the presence of the Lord.
From 1987 to 1989 he was the bassist of the popular Christian rock band White Heart which he left to become a studio musician and producer. During 1992-1993, he played bass on the Bruce Springsteen and the "Other Band" Tour. He is also a songwriter, who wrote Eric Clapton's "Change the World" which won the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 1997. Other songs of his have been recorded by Bonnie Raitt, Susan Tedeschi, Garth Brooks, Cher, BlackStreet, Toni Braxton and BabyFace among others. Tommy has also worked with Michael Bolton, Amy Grant, Kelly Clarkson, CeCe Winans, Israel, The Neville Brothers, Michelle Williams of Destiny's Child, and others.
Vicki was born in a minister's family, where she wrote and sang her first song at the age of 5. At the young age of 17, Vicki entered bible school, and after two years, at age of 19, she accepted a Music Director's position near Baton Rouge, LA., and it was during that time that Vicki recorded her first project, Vicki Yoh'e.
Soon after finishing that debut recording, ministry invitations increased to the point that Vicki sensed God was leading her down a new path of ministry. In 1994, Vicki entered into a recording agreement with the independent label, Giant Records, where she released three projects that included such hits as: "The Mercy Seat", "Under The Blood," and “Something About My Praise.”
Some of our other Clients...
Upper Room Experience, Bridget Taylor, Mark Walker, Pilgrim's Progress, Rick Tankerley, The Russells, Greg X Volz, Kendra Kelly, Travis Meadows, Timothy Spells, Paul Porter & The Christianaires, Kathy Lee, Woodlawn Adult Choir, Murrell Ewing, Shelly Overby, Jason Tucker, YPOP, Spiritual Aires, Jr. Clad, Mark & Sherry Willhoite, Christal Noel, Brandi Woodard, Debbie Grant and many more!