|Occupation||Christian music singer, songwriter|
|Domestic partner||Cindy Stevens-Pino|
Marsha Stevens-Pino (b. Aug. 20, 1952) is a Christian musician, songwriter and out lesbian.
In 1971, when she was 16, Stevens-Pino wrote "For Those Tears I Died (Come to the Water)", a song that was to become a hit in Christian circles.
She still writes and records music and develops the talents of up and coming LGBT Christian musicians through her "UP Beat!" programme.
CDs[edit | edit source]
- Songs of Praise in a Strange Land
- Is this the real you?
- In Retrospect
- The Waiting's Over
- The Gift is on the inside
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