Solid Rock Records is the record label of Larry Norman. It was set up in 1975 to distribute his own work, after he had been released by Capitol Records. Solid Rock had a distribution deal with Word Records until 1980.
Besides releasing his own work, other artists like Randy Stonehill, Tom Howard, Mark Heard, Daniel Amos, Pantano & Salsbury (formerly known as the J.C. Power Outlet), and Salvation Air Force were signed to his label. Larry Norman also worked with David Edwards (ex-J.C. Power Outlet), who finally got to release his debut recording, a self titled album on Myrrh Records in 1980, as well as the British artist Steve Scott. Steve Scott got to record one album called Moving Pictures, produced by Larry Norman and Mark Heard, that in the end was put on the shelf. A new album, Love in the Western World, was released on Exit Records in 1983, though.
In February 1992, Norman had a heart attack and limited the activities of his record label until his death in 2008, but work continues to release CD versions of archival material from the 1970s.
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