Lamb & Lion Records.
By the 1970s, Boone has shifted almost exclusively to recording Gospel material, although later he scored a handful of Country hits (on, of all places, Motown Records). In 1972 Pat founded Lamb & Lion Records. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, in addition to Boone's own recording, the label was home to such Contemporary Christian artists as Debby Boone, Gary Chapman, Steve Green, Dogwood, The DeGarmo & Key Band, and the Boone Family. IN 1977, his daughter Debby topped the charts with a smash of her own, "You Light Up My Life."
In 1983 Boone began hosting a long-lived one-hour-a-week contemporary Gospel music radio show, as well as two hours a weekend of the "Music of Your Life" radio network --- all in addition to his extensive charity work. In 2003 Boone was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, along with Amy Grant and the Blind Boys of Alabama.
Boone has over 20 Gospel albums in all to his credit, some including songs he's written. Currently, he's working on a new studio album of 12 original Gospel songs with full orchestration --- some anthemic, some very worshipful. The project, he says, is his last commercial recording --- an appropriate 'bookend' to his rich and multi-faceted musical legacy.