|Founder(s)||Gary S. Paxton|
|Distributing label||Word Records|
NewPax Records was founded in 1975 by Gary S. Paxton as an outlet for his gregarious ideas in songwriting and engineering. This gave Paxton the edge he needed to create music that was far ahead of its time.
NewPax Records was closely associated with Paragon Music, which handled Bill and Gloria Gaither's music and titling issues. Paxton was then transferred over and began giving his publishing rights to Gaither. A relationship that is still in effect today.
NewPax Records roster featured an extremely diverse list of artists that include Paxton himself, Farrell and Farrell, Scott Wesley Brown, Don Francisco, Tammy Faye Bakker, Tom Howard, Daniel Amos, Brown Bannister, Noel Paul Stookey, Gary Dunham, Pat Terry, Bill Gaither, David L Cook and others.
NewPax Records folded in 1985 after several bad business deals and Paxton's notorious drug use problems.