Bruce Carroll first began performing in a trio with his siblings at age 12; he played folk music in various venues in and around Texas in the 1970s. In 1979 he became a born-again Christian and moved to Nashville. Signing with Word Records, Carroll became a successful Christian artist, releasing several successful albums, which produced seven Dove Awards for Bruce. Two of his recordings, The Great Exchange (1990) and Sometimes Miracles Hide (1992), resulted in Grammy Awards for Best Southern Gospel, Country Gospel and Bluegrass Gospel Album.
"In 1979 Bruce Carroll became a born-again Christian, moved to Nashville, TN, signed an artist deal with Word Records and released several successful albums which produced seven Dove Awards."
In 2012 Carroll co-wrote the piece Hands of Hope with fellow performers, David Meece and David L Cook. The song was a current day remake of "We Are the World", which featured many famous voices from the music industry. The song went number one on the charts and remained there for two weeks.
STUDIO ALBUMS 1987 Something Good is Bound to Happen (Word Records) 1988 Richest Man In Town (Word Records)1990 The Great Exchange (Word Records) U.S. Billboard Christian charts #22 1991 Sometimes Miracles Hide (Word Records) U.S. Christian #18 1993 Walk On (Word Records) U.S. Christian #18 1996 Speed of Light (Benson Records) 1998 Boomerang (Benson Records) 2005 Big World (On the Grove) 2013 TBA Studio Album (On the Grove)COMPILATIONS / GREATEST HITS / LIVE ALBUMS 1990 Our Hymns (Word Records) 1992 Evening Tapestry (Warner Bros.) 1992 Our Family (Word Records) 1994 One Summer Evening... Live (Word Records) 1999 For the Record (Best of... ) (Word Records) 2000 A Day of Hope (On the Grove) 2001 A Night of Hope (On the Grove) 2002 Hope Christmas (On the Grove) 2002 Return Of The Killer B's (On the Grove) 2003 Hope Specials: Volume 1 (On the Grove) 2004 Hope Worship: Volume 1 (On the Grove) 2012 Hands of Hope written with David Meece and David L Cook DLC Records #1 for 2 weeks