Gospel singer David 'Pop' Winans Sr. dies
Patriarch of music family was 78NASHVILLE -- David "Pop" Winans Sr., the patriarch of that gospel music family, died Wednesday in Nashville. He was 76.
A statement from a Los Angeles public relations company representing the family said he died at the Nashville hospice where he had been since January. Winans had a heart attack and stroke in October.
He sang with his wife and solo.
He was the father of BeBe and CeCe Winans, known for their pop crossover songs "Addictive Love" and "I'll Take You There."
Funeral arrangements were pending.