Posts Tagged ‘March On Washington’

The Winans Sign with eOne, Debut New Video

Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

WinansPrepare yourself for the release of Foreign Land, the new disc from the 3 Winans Brothers on September 30th.  Marvin, Carvin and BeBe Winans unveiled the new group offering If God Be For Us last year at the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.  The brothers have formed a new label Regimen Records and announced a marketing and distribution deal with Entertainment One.  An artist services/publishing deal was signed with BMG earlier this year.

The brothers are also celebrating the video release for their current single,  Move In Me, produced by Grammy winning producer Daniel Weatherspoon and remixed by multi-Grammy award winning songwriter/producer, Warryn Campbell.

Winans Brothers Unite To Form 3WB

Thursday, August 29th, 2013

WinansThe world got its first taste of If God Be For Us as performed by Marvin, Carvin and BeBe Winans during the 50th Anniversary commemoration of the March on Washington on August 28th. What you may not know is that the brothers have come together to form a new group, Three Winans Brothers (3WB).

BeBe Winans penned the powerful single which is a fresh take on Romans 8:31 and after yesterday’s performance is sure to be a hit. Look for the single on digitial outlets soon and an album release in early 2014.

Shirley Caesar, Winans and Natalie Grant Participate in March on Washington Anniversary

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

marvin_winansAs the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington is celebrated in Washington, DC., some of gospel’s outstanding and stellar artists will take part in the celebration.  Pastor Shirley Caesar, Pastor Marvin Winans, BeBe Winans,  Carvin Winans, Natalie Grant and Whintley Phipps are all scheduled to Lady Shirleyperform during the day’s festivities.

March On – Mahalia, Martin and the Civil Rights Movement

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s iconic I Have a Dream speech, GOSPELflava remembers the impact of Mahalia Jackson and Gospel Music in the civil rights movement. (more…)