With a career spanning more than four decades, the genre-bending Pointer Sisters have secured a place in music history as a dynamic female group. The group’s 1973 debut album featured the single “Yes We Can Can,” which reached No. 11 on Billboard’s pop chart. The follow-up album, That’s A Plenty, featured the country tune “Fairytale,” which won the group a Grammy Award and landed them a spot as the first-ever black female group to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. In 1983, the Pointer Sisters released Break Out, which included some of the group’s biggest hits, including “Jump (For My Love)” and “I’m So Excited.” Those singles helped them become a mainstay on MTV, and the album earned the group two Grammy Awards. In recent years, the Pointer Sisters have maintained a busy touring schedule across the world.