Tim Miner

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Tim Miner is an American gospel/R&B singer-songwriter and instrumentalist. He has also produced, arranged, and/or composed music for/with many other artists.


Miner released three albums on Christian labels in the 1980s before releasing a self-titled album on Motown Records, which is a reworking of his previous album, True Story, with new material. [1]


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