As the holiday season gears up, multi-platinum trio Point of Grace (Shelley Breen, Leigh Cappillino, Denise Jones) is celebrating with the release of a new Christmas collection, A Point of Grace Christmas, available now exclusively at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® locations.
The 12-track album features a compilation of songs produced by multi-GRAMMY® Award-winner and Taylor Swift producer Nathan Chapman, his wife, singer/songwriter Stephanie Chapman (Trisha Yearwood) and multi-GRAMMY® Award-winning producer Brown Bannister (Amy Grant).
On Sunday, November 24, Point of Grace will make an appearance at the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® near the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, TN, to perform a few holiday favorites and sign A Point of Grace Christmas CDs.
“We are so excited to be partnering with Cracker Barrel on our holiday CD this year. What an honor to walk through the doors of our favorite restaurant and see Point of Grace music on the shelves,” said Point of Grace’s Shelley Breen. “It’s our sincere wish that the faithful guests of Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® will find joy and encouragement this Christmas while listening to A Point of Grace Christmas.”
- It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
- Winter Wonderland
- Jingle Bells
- Santa Medley
- For Unto Us
- Breath of Heaven (Mary’s Song)
- Tennessee Christmas
- Little Drummer Boy
- Candy Cane Lane
- Joy To The World
- White Christmas
- Home For The Holidays / Silver Bells
Throughout the month of December, Point of Grace will take their Christmas tunes on the road with eight shows including stops in Montgomery, AL; Conroe, TX; Southaven, MS; Fayetteville, GA; Van Wert, OH and Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands. For further information on Point of Grace and a complete listing of tour dates visit www.pointofgrace.net.
Since forming at the Ouachita Baptist University in Arkansas 20 years ago, Point of Grace has sold more than seven million albums, scored 24 consecutive No. 1 singles (27 total including radio staples “Steady On,” “The Great Divide” and “Circle of Friends”), received two GRAMMY® nominations and won 13 Dove Awards. This year their ninth studio album, A Thousand Little Things, received a Dove Awards’ nomination for “Country Album of the Year.” In addition, the Girls of Grace conference, created by the trio in 2002, continues to impact and inspire teen girls each year with 12 full-day events featuring live music from today’s top CCM artists and guest speakers throughout the U.S.