CeCe Winans


CeCe Winans





64th Annual GRAMMY Awards


Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

Believe For It

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Through the 65th GRAMMY Awards

"Gospel is a living music." 

  • Born Priscilla Marie Winans on Oct. 8, 1964, in Detroit, Michigan
  • CeCe Winans kicked off her solo career in 1995 with her debut album, Alone In His Presence. Her follow-up endeavor, Everlasting Love, featured two Billboard charting singles: "Well Alright" and "Slippin'."  
  • Winans won her first GRAMMY for 1987 for Best Soul Gospel Performance, Female for "For Always."
  • Did you know? Winans has written several books, including a collection of memoirs called On A Positive Note and a devotional titled Throne Room. She also co-authored the book Always Sisters: Becoming The Princess You Were Created To Be with Claire Cloniger.
  • In 2012 Winans was among the performers on "We Will Always Love You: A GRAMMY Salute To Whitney Houston," a GRAMMY TV special honoring the life and career of Houston.
  • Winans has lent her support to a number of charitable endeavors, including Dress For Success, a nonprofit that empowers women to achieve economic independence. 



All GRAMMY Awards and Nominations for CeCe Winans


Best Gospel Performance/Song

Never Lost

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

Believe For It

Best Gospel Album

Believe For It

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