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Release Date
March 2, 2010
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Word Entertainment

Style: Pop country; compare to Lady Antebellum, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood

Top tracks: "He Holds Everything," "No Changin' Us," "Come to Jesus"

From Nashville's Fan Fair to the Grand Ole Opry, Point of Grace employed the acoustic affections of 2007's How You Live to test the waters of country music. And with plenty of mandolin pickin', fiddle chops, and steel guitar chimes percolating their latest, the Grace girls officially take the plunge. While some may criticize the shift, faith-based candor still permeates hooky choruses of life and love, and their vocals sound more at ease than ever with a rootsy approach to their signature harmonies. Having weathered changes in membership and style over the past few years, No Changin' Us is a homecoming and a fresh start for one of Christian music's most popular assets.

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