BYU's Noteworthy, Vocal Point Receive Awards for These Two Incredible Music Videos

This past weekend, BYU men's and women's vocal groups received awards from The Contemporary A Cappella Society for the music videos they produced.

The women's vocal group, Noteworthy, received the "Best Religious Video" award for their enrapturing video of "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) ."

The men's group, Vocal Point, achieved the award for "Best Male Collegiate Video" for the video of "Ultimate A Cappella Mashup: 25 Hits, 25 Years."


Image titleBrigham Young University’s nine-man a cappella sensation has performed in front of millions on NBC’s The Sing-Off, on YouTube, and in concerts around the United States. Featuring songs such as “Infant Holy, Infant Lowly,” “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel,” “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen,” “Sleigh Ride,” and more, BYU Vocal Point’s debut Christmas album is sure to become a family Christmas favorite for years to come. Available at Deseret Book stores or on deseretbook.com

Image titleThis nine-voice, all-female a cappella group seeks to create fun, positive music as well as uplift people across the world with their voices. The song from their viral YouTube video "Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)," which has over 11 million views, is included on this album, as well as other YouTube favorites. Available at Deseret Book stores or on deseretbook.com

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