Johnny Fred Carter

Johnny Fred Carter

Johnny Fred Carter

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Johnny Fred Carter (born June 5, 1947) is an American musician, songwriter, recording studioowner, & record and TV producer.

Early years

Carter was born in Calhoun, Georgia. His mother's family was involved in gospel music, and young Carter grew up influenced by Southern Gospel quartets. By age six, he was singing on local radio station WCGA, and by age 13 became a disc jockey there. Recording local groups for broadcast on the station led to Carter's first record production in 1964 at age 17. His early heroes were the likes of record men Sam Phillips, Syd Nathan, George Goldner, and Bill Lowery.

Music producer

By 1971, he was into record production full-time, and recorded a wide variety of musical styles. His production of a 1972 album, by a Tennessee garage band called Neutral Spirits on the Regency Records label, has become a much sought-after record worldwide, and was later re-released by Florida reissue label GearFab.

Rediscovering gospel roots

The oldest name in gospel music recording was Bibletone Records, which had ceased to exist in the late 50's. Carter filed for the trademark registration on the name, which was granted in 1967. In the late 80's, Carter realized the nostalgia value of the Southern Gospel Quartet music he grew up on, and created a...
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