SoulTracks Looks Back: The Winans and Anita Baker showed their Detroit royalty together

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    Before Mary Mary, before Kirk Franklin, before Commissioned and Fred Hammond, there were Marvin, Carvin, Michael and Ronald Winans. By any account, the most important group of the last 30 years in pushing the crossover of Gospel into both Soul and Pop radio, the Winans are now considered to be Gospel royalty.  

    Click Here for The Winans' full biography

    Back at their peak, the Winans not only made the excellent album Decisions, but also wooed fellow Detroiter Anita Baker to join them on the brilliant "Ain't No Need to Worry." It is our newest edition of SoulTracks Looks Back. Check it out below.

     

     


    Before Mary Mary, before Kirk Franklin, before Commissioned and Fred Hammond, there were Marvin, Carvin, Michael and Ronald Winans. By any account, the most important group of the last 30 years in pushing the crossover of Gospel into both Soul and Pop radio, the Winans are now considered to be Gospel royalty.  

    Click Here for The Winans' full biography

    Back at their peak, the Winans not only made the excellent album Decisions, but also wooed fellow Detroiter Anita Baker to join them on the brilliant "Ain't No Need to Worry." It is our newest edition of SoulTracks Looks Back. Check it out below.

     

     

     
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