Plain and simple: The name "Point Of Grace" has meant pretty much one thing for nearly two decades--massively successful Christian group. The all-female pop quartet, which has been around since the early 1990s, has sold more than five million records, scored numerous Dove Awards, received two Grammy nominations, and won countless numbers of fans over the course of its career.
However, in 2008, things took a slight turn when founding member Heather Payne decided to exit the group to focus on her family--leaving Denise Jones, Shelley Breen, and Leigh Cappillino to move ahead on their own.
They did more than simply readjust themselves to a trio rather than quartet arrangement. The three women decided to take their interest in country music--two of their songs from 2008's How You Live, "How You Live (Turn Up The Music)" and "I Wish," had already broken some modest ground on the country charts--and go full-fledged in that musical direction.
The result is their latest effort, No Changin'Read More »from Point Of Grace: Christian Gals Are Cookin’ Up Some Country