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October 25, 1997 | From Religion News Service
When Christian music artists Angie and Debbie Winans released their album "Bold" this month, they never expected the angry reactions. They got a death threat, successive telephone calls from gay and lesbian groups and boycotts from churchgoers in response to "Not Natural," a song that addresses violence, promiscuity and homosexuality. While all of those issues are socially volatile, it's their stance against homosexuality that is drawing fire in both Christian and secular communities.
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November 11, 1999 | CAITLIN LIU
Preaching God's love through dance and song, a quartet of teenagers--the latest generation of the noted gospel-singing Winans family to hit the professional music scene--entertained more than 2,000 students at Reseda High School on Wednesday. As Winans Phase 2, brothers Carvin III and Juan and cousins Marvin Jr. and Michael Jr. have been performing at schools and churches across the country the last few months. "We're so happy to be here," Carvin III told the cheering audience.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 11, 1999 | CAITLIN LIU
Preaching God's love through dance and song, a quartet of teenagers--the latest generation of the noted gospel-singing Winans family to hit the professional music scene--entertained more than 2,000 students at Reseda High School on Wednesday. As Winans Phase 2, brothers Carvin III and Juan and cousins Marvin Jr. and Michael Jr. have been performing at schools and churches across the country the last few months. "We're so happy to be here," Carvin III told the cheering audience.
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October 25, 1997 | From Religion News Service
When Christian music artists Angie and Debbie Winans released their album "Bold" this month, they never expected the angry reactions. They got a death threat, successive telephone calls from gay and lesbian groups and boycotts from churchgoers in response to "Not Natural," a song that addresses violence, promiscuity and homosexuality. While all of those issues are socially volatile, it's their stance against homosexuality that is drawing fire in both Christian and secular communities.
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March 28, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM, Mike Boehm covers pop music for The Times Orange County Edition.
For the past 10 years, the Winans have been working under the assumption that an ancient message can have special immediacy when it comes across in a very modern way. The Gospel-singing brothers--Marvin, Carvin, Ronald and Michael Winans--grew up in Detroit at a time when the Motown sound not only was dominating the city's musical output, but reshaping pop music. But Motown wasn't allowed in the devout Winans home. Nor was any other pop music, Marvin Winans recalled in a recent interview.
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March 28, 1991 | MIKE BOEHM, Mike Boehm covers pop music for The Times Orange County Edition.
For the past 10 years, the Winans have been working under the assumption that an ancient message can have special immediacy when it comes across in a very modern way. The Gospel-singing brothers--Marvin, Carvin, Ronald and Michael Winans--grew up in Detroit at a time when the Motown sound not only was dominating the city's musical output, but reshaping pop music. But Motown wasn't allowed in the devout Winans home. Nor was any other pop music, Marvin Winans recalled in a recent interview.
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