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Album Review

Award-winning, multi-platinum record-selling CCM trio Point of Grace ring in their 20th anniversary with their 12th studio album, A Thousand Little Things. Steeped in bluegrass and country gospel but sporting a rich, contemporary pop sheen, songs like "Good Enough," "Might Be Today," and the Dove Award-destined title cut feature the usual inspirational lyrics over engaging melodies, but what shines brightest on A Thousand Little Things are Shelley Breen, Denise Jones, and Leigh Cappillino's tight and effortless harmonies, which haven't lost a bit of luster.

Biography

Formed: 1991

Genre: Christian & Gospel

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

Denise Jones, Heather Floyd, and Terry Lang began singing as the Oauchitones in Norman, Oklahoma, but added Shelley Phillips in 1991 to form Say So (later Point of Grace) at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. The CCM vocal group began touring, and a first-place finish in the group competition at the Christian Artists Seminar in Estes Park, Colorado caught the eye of the Word label, which signed the quartet, releasing a self-titled debut album in 1993. Their 1995 follow-up, The...
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