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Turn Up the Music: The Hits of Point of Grace collects 15 hits from the award-winning gospel trio, including one new track, a cover of the emotional, post-9/11 ballad “Hole in the World” by the Eagles' Don Henley and Glenn Frey. A mix of old and new favorites like “How You Live (Turn Up the Music),” “I Wish,” “There Is Nothing Greater Than Grace,” “Circle Of Friends,” “The Great Divide,” “God Is with Us,” and “Day by Day,” Turn Up the Music offers up an excellent overview of the Arkansas-bred CCM veterans’ career thus far.

Biography

Formed: 1991 in Arkadelphia, AR

Genre: Inspirational

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

A long-running and top-selling CCM vocal group, Point of Grace were originally formed in the early '90s around Denise Jones, Heather Floyd, and Terry Lang. The women knew each other while growing up in Norman, Oklahoma, but only began singing together (as the Ouachitones) when they all attended Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia. By 1991, the group had added Shelley Phillips to form Say So (later Point of Grace). The CCM quartet began touring, and a first-place finish in the group competition...
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