3 Winans Brothers Remind Us Of Those We ‘Really Miss’ At Soul Train Awards 2014


Marvin Winans, Carvin Winans and Bebe Winans brought the house down and to tears performing as the 3 Winans Brothers during the Soul Train Awards 2014 when they graced the stage with a heart-wrenching performance of their song “I Really Miss You.” This somber moment was shared to honor their brother Ron Winans and the host of fallen African American entertainers whom we have lost within the past few years. The group of GRAMMY Award-winning brothers harmonized while the faces of Ruby Dee, Maya Angelou, Nelson Mandela, Big Bank Hank of the Sugar Hill Gang, Chris “Mac Daddy” Kelly of Kris Kross, James Avery, Shakir Stewart, Chris Lighty, George Duke, Don Cornelius and so many others, swiped across the screen and faded away. “I miss your voice / When you would call / I miss your smile, most of all,” the brothers sang, as the star-studded audience wiped tears from their faces.

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As every year and award show season passes, we take such a moment as this to remember those whom we have lost and there is no better way to honor them than with a song from a such a legendary gospel family. “I Really Miss You” is a taste of what Marvin, Carvin and Bebe have blessed the people with on their recently released Foreign Land album. If you enjoyed their stellar song and performance, be sure to head over to iTunes and grab the 3 Winans Brothers album today.

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