CeCe Starts Label

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Friday 1st October 1999

TOP GOSPEL artist CeCe Winans has launched her own label. CeCe and husband Alvin Love have started Wellspring Gospel. CeCe's new studio album 'Alabastor Box' will be the first Wellspring Gospel release. Said CeCe, "I've been around a long time and I've had a lot of unnecessary ups and downs because you don't have a lot of Godfearing companies out there who are going to be just and honest. That alone was a reason for me to build a label." CR

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