Poet Voices is a professional vocal quartet based out of Chattanooga, Tennessee predominantly engaged in performing Southern Gospel, Americana, and country music genres. Current members are Phil Cross (lead), Nic Holland (tenor), Donny Henderson (baritone), and Brandon Barry (bass).
In 1991, award-winning songwriter, Phil Cross formed Poet Voices. Over the years the group became a staple in Gospel Music and garnered many of the top honors in the field. With many acclaimed recordings to their credit, as well as numerous popular releases, including five Number One hits, Poet Voices established a place at the forefront of Christian Music. Audiences across the world have enjoyed and been ministered to by the extraordinary songwriting talents of Phil Cross. After a 15-year break from touring, Poet Voices returned to the gospel music stage in 2018. 
Past and present members
- Lead: Phil Cross.
- Tenor: Nic Holland, Dale Brock, Tony Jarman, Milan Klipa, Greg Crowe, Dan Callhan.
- Baritone: Donny Henderson, Howard Stewart, Scott Inman, Mark Lanier.
- Bass: Brandon Barry, Mike Allen, Tim Duncan, David Jordan.
- Piano: Richie Works, Channing Eleton.
Poet Voices Awards
- 1998 Favorite Song, “Singing News Fan Awards”, I Am Redeemed, Phil Cross & Poet Voices 
- 1999 Song Of The Year, “Diamond Awards”, I Am Redeemed, Phil Cross & Poet Voices
Phil Cross Awards
- 1987 Song Of The Year, “Singing News Fan Awards”, When I Get Carried Away, Gold City
- 1987 Song Of The Year, “GMA Dove Awards”, Champion Of Love, Cathedral Quartet
- 1998 Favorite Songwriter, “Singing News Fan Awards”
- 1998 Songwriter Of The Year, “SGMA Awards”
- 1999 Songwriter Of The Year, “Diamond Awards”
- 2002 Songwriter Of The Year, “SGMA Awards”
Notable Phil Cross compositions
Songs that hit #1 on the gospel music charts are indicated.
- Champion Of Love #1
- I Am Redeemed #1
- Jesus Built A Bridge #1
- Yes I Am #1
- When I Get Carried Away #1
- Saved To The Uttermost #1
- Miracle In Me #1
- Wedding Music #1
- Glorious City Of God #1
- The Key #1
- Grace & Glory #1
- One Holy Lamb
- Hope Has Hands
- Welcome To Heaven
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