Pastor Wayne Cochran addresses his flock at his Voice for Jesus church near Miami Gardens, preaches in this Dec. 1995 photo. The former rockabilly star’s hit with his band, C.C. Rider, “Goin’ Back to Miami,” was covered by the Blues Brothers.
Pastor Wayne Cochran addresses his flock at his Voice for Jesus church near Miami Gardens, preaches in this Dec. 1995 photo. The former rockabilly star’s hit with his band, C.C. Rider, “Goin’ Back to Miami,” was covered by the Blues Brothers. Candace Barbot Miami Herald File
Pastor Wayne Cochran addresses his flock at his Voice for Jesus church near Miami Gardens, preaches in this Dec. 1995 photo. The former rockabilly star’s hit with his band, C.C. Rider, “Goin’ Back to Miami,” was covered by the Blues Brothers. Candace Barbot Miami Herald File

Wayne Cochran, who went from soul rocker to soul-saving minister, dies at 78

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