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My father used to say that he was going to tell and teach us who we were before we go out and the world starts to tell you who you are. Who are some of those great musical mentors that helped shape your career? Prior to them, we had Andrae Crouch and The Hawkins Family to learn from.
So it is understanding who you are, even before the hoopla. All of that contributes to who I am and what I have done.
Thanks to advances in treatment, that expectancy is now into her 20s or 30s, but she still has had close calls — at age 13 she was in a coma for 16 days and given a 1 percent chance to live.
After surviving that, Wineland was inspired to found a nonprofit to support children and families affected by the disease, which she runs with her mother, and gives speeches about not defining the lives of sick people by their health.
In 2012, Evans was diagnosed with a rare form of sleep apnea that causes him to stop breathing more than 100 times per night, and doctors gave him three years to live unless he got a tracheal tube in his throat. And he can still sing — he has a new single with gospel singer Be Be Winans out Aug.
The prognosis pushed Evans, a gospel singer, into depression and a suicide attempt, and family tensions arose when he decided to refuse the procedure. 19 — and travel, like to an awards show in Memphis, Tenn.
Be Be Winans: It was a phone call that I had years ago with Roberta Flack. Four days after that conversation, I went to the hotel room in Montreal and opened up my laptop and it was like a faucet had come on.
Be Be has just signed a book deal with Worthy Publishers, to publish his book, entitled The Whitney I Knew, which is due for release in July.
She was put in Room 434, which the hotel calls a “presidential junior,” consisting of a small sitting room, bedroom, and bath.
On the day of the party, Whitney’s assistant, Mary Jones, left the hotel to pick up a package at Neiman Marcus.
How has that type of recognition changed you for the better and what keeps you grounded and humble?
BW: Our parents reared us with the understanding that we could do all things through Christ who strengthens us.