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The platinum award winning group is Tennessee based, so their new album with the remake of Amy Grant’s Tennessee Christmas will be heartfelt.
About Point Of Grace
If you are not familiar with Point of Grace, they are a Christian music group that started getting attention in 1993 with their first self-titled album.
Since then, they have released single after single that has gone to number one on record charts. In fact, they are the only musical group to have produced 24 number one radio singles consecutively.
They are a blend of beautiful harmonies and upbeat tempos.
I’ve been a fan of Point of Grace since their beginning and have loved both of their Christmas albums. Their 2002 Christmas Story really highlights how well this group harmonizes and blends their stunning voices. On that album, I particularly loved their original song “Not That Far From Bethlehem”. Their 2005 Winter Wonderland collection highlights several traditional Christmas songs remade in Point of Grace style.
I was excited to see they released a new Christmas album this year and even more excited to hear their concert was coming to Otter Creek Church in Brentwood. My 15 year-old-daughter, a fan as well, has already asked for tickets as an early Christmas present.
The Point Of Grace Concert In Brentwood
The concert will feature all Christmas music. An interesting twist: they will use local choirs for backup music in the second half of the show!
Murray Sanderson, music Director at Otter Creek Church of Christ, was excited that Otter Creek will be able to host Point of Grace. Sanderson said that their youth minister was being interviewed on 94 FM The Fish radio and mentioned that their church could seat 1,400 people. The concert managers at The Fish thought that Otter Creek would make a great venue for the concert and asked them to host.
Tickets for the concert are $15 for general admission. Sanderson said that for $25 concertgoers could buy a “Gold Circle” ticket which assures excellent seating.
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