It all started in Norman, OK when Denise (Masters) Jones, Heather Floyd and Terry Lang started singing together as the Oauchitones. In 1991 at a Baptist University in Arkansas, Shelley Phillips joined the group and they changed their name to Say So. During a visit to The Christian Artists Seminar in the Rockies, the ladies met John Mays from Word Records, who later signed them. Fast forward 17 years and 14 albums and you've got a group who has sold over five million albums, won 9 Dove Awards, gotten two GRAMMY nods, written 8 books and garnered two platinum and five gold records as well as 27 consecutive No. 1's.
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