Tim Miner is a talented singer who also writes and produces for a number of other gospel and R&B artists. As a young man Tim grew up in his grandfather's church in Del City, OK. His father was also a pastor and evangelist, but passed away when Tim was just 2 years old. During his adolescence Tim traveled and sang with his mother and sisters. At 16, he signed a contract with Sparrow Records, and recorded 2 albums with them: a self-titled release (1982) and I Know You Think You Know (1985). 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 1988, began developing his own artists for the label, and released his third project, "A True Story." In 1990 Stevie Wonder discovered Tim at a Hollywood Showcase. Tim signed a global artist publishing and production deal with Motown Records, becoming one of the first caucasians to sign with them. He produced a new self-titled album in 1992, which was released on Frontline as well as Motown.