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Neverland Studios is an American recording studio in Nashville, Tennessee owned and operated by musician and songwriter Derri Daugherty. The studios are in no way connected to Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch.
Neverland was originally built in Los Alamitos, California, but eventually settled in Nashville, Tennessee when Daugherty relocated there in the early 1990s. Daugherty's band The Choir has recorded nearly all of its albums at the studio, including Chase the Kangaroo , Wide Eyed Wonder , Circle Slide , Kissers and Killers , Speckled Bird , Free Flying Soul , the Grammy nominated Flap Your Wings and O How the Mighty Have Fallen .
Other albums to be recorded at the studio include the Lost Dogs albums Real Men Cry , Nazarene Crying Towel , MUTT , Island Dreams and The Lost Cabin and the Mystery Trees ; parts of Daniel Amos' albums Kalhoun and MotorCycle ; The Swirling Eddies' The midget, the speck and the molecule ; The Drums for Mark Heard's Second Hand ; Drums and Guitars for John Austin's The Embarrassing Young; Randy Stonehill's Wonderama , and Return to Paradise ; the Various Artists series City on a Hill , and others.
Derri Daugherty is an American record producer, songwriter, guitarist and singer, best known as the lead singer and guitarist for band the Choir.
The Choir is an atmospheric Christian alternative rock band currently comprising Derri Daugherty on guitar and vocals, Steve Hindalong on drums, and Dan Michaels on saxophone and lyricon. Long-time bassist Tim Chandler died in 2018, and guitarist Marc Byrd was the fifth member of the band between 2005–2014. As of 2021, the band has released 16 full-length studio albums, three EPs, five live albums, one single-disc compilation, one retrospective box set, and is still actively recording new material.
In the Company of Angels is a studio album from Caedmon's Call released in the United States on September 25, 2001 through Essential Records. This more than any other previous album by this band features songs of worship.
Voices in Shadows is the first studio album by Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 1985.
Chase the Kangaroo is the fourth studio release, and third full-length studio album, from Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 1988. Considered by critics to be one of their finest albums, Chase the Kangaroo is listed at No. 50 in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music.
Circle Slide is the sixth studio release, and fifth full-length studio album, from Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 1990. Considered by some critics to be the band's best album, and even called "one of the best Christian albums ever made," Circle Slide was listed at No. 53 in the book CCM Presents: The 100 Greatest Albums in Christian Music. This would be the final album the Choir would record for Myrrh Records.
Kissers and Killers is the seventh studio release, and the sixth full-length studio album, from Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 1993. It was their first release after leaving Myrrh Records, and according to drummer and lyricist Steve Hindalong, represented a major turning point for the band: "We went independent after this, and never were on a label where there were expectations of any kind of a 'ministry' or anything like that."
Speckled Bird is the eighth studio release, and seventh full-length studio album, from Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 1994. The album is largely a remixed and reworked version of the independent Kissers and Killers project with an additional five tracks.
Free Flying Soul is the ninth studio release, and eighth full-length album, from Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 1996. It earned the band its first industry recognition with a Dove Award win.
O How The Mighty Have Fallen is the 11th studio release, and tenth full-length studio album, by Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 2005. This was the band's first album in 20 years not to be co-produced by Derri Daugherty and Steve Hindalong. Producer Marc Byrd officially became the fifth member of the band with this album.
Nazarene Crying Towel is an album by roots music band Lost Dogs, released on BEC Records in 2003.
Mutt is an album by the band Lost Dogs, released on Fools of the World and Lo-Fidelity Records in 2004.
Island Dreams is an instrumental album by roots music band Lost Dogs, released on Fools of the World records in 2005.
Wide-Eyed Wonder is the fifth studio release, and fourth full-length studio album, from Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 1989. This would be the first studio album with new bass guitarist Robin Spurs, and would mark the band's first attempt to cross over to the mainstream market.
Flap Your Wings is the tenth studio release, and ninth full-length studio album, by Christian alternative rock band the Choir, released in 2000. It earned the band its first Grammy Award nomination.
Long Way Home is the eighth studio album by American heavy metal band Dokken, released in the spring of 2002. It is the only Dokken album which features Europe guitarist John Norum and the first featuring bassist Barry Sparks.
The Lost Cabin and the Mystery Trees is an album by Roots music band Lost Dogs, released on Fools of the World records in 2006.
The Big Surprise is the debut full-length album by American rock band The Elms. The album was released on May 22, 2001 on Sparrow Records/EMI.
Old Angel is a studio album by the roots music band Lost Dogs. It was released in 2010 on Fools of the World and Stunt Records. The songs were composed by the band while traveling down Route 66 in 2009, and recorded in Nashville.
Love Somebody is the thirtieth studio album from American country music singer Reba McEntire. It was released on April 14, 2015, by Nash Icon. This is McEntire's first studio album since the 2010 release of All the Women I Am. "Going Out Like That" was released as the album's first single on January 6, 2015, and it has charted within the top 30 of Country Airplay. McEntire produced the album with Tony Brown, James Stroud, and Doug Sisemore. The album has also been released on LP.