David and Tamela Mann have been entertaining the masses for decades. With their soulful voices and superb acting, the married couple’s list of accomplishment--both individually and as a unit--is massive.
Their careers span three decades and so does their marriage. Life as husband and wife, however, hasn’t come without trials, and they’ve documented many of them in their new memoir and album, both titled “Us Against the World,” which are available now.
During their promo run to support the projects, the award-winning couple stopped by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution for a hilarious and insightful conversation about their secrets to love and marriage.
They chatted with reporter Najja Parker about their most challenging obstacles, their blended family and their tips for maintaining long-lasting relationships. Plus host Shane Harrison shares things to do in in the city during the next 10 days, including a heap of holiday-themed happenings.
Go with us behind the scenes for interviews with the people who create movies, music and art that’s making waves around the world. We’ll share some fun things to do in Atlanta over the next 10 days, too.
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