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Daryl Mosley was born on 21 September, 1964 in Waverly, TN, is a Musician. At 56 years old, Daryl Mosley height not available right now. We will update Daryl Mosley's height soon as possible.
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|Age||56 years old|
|Born||21 September 1964|
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He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Daryl Mosley Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Daryl Mosley worth at the age of 56 years old? Daryl Mosley’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. He is from American. We have estimated Daryl Mosley's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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|Source of Income||Musician|
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In 2019, Mosley signed a recording contact with Pinecastle Records. His first solo album (co-produced by New Tradition alum Danny Roberts) is scheduled to be released in Spring 2020.
In 2018, SPBGMA named The Farm Hands Band of the Year. Their Pinecastle album, "Colors" was named Album of the Year, and their song, "Rural Route" was named Song of the Year. http://pinecastlemusic.com/the-farm-hands-win-big-at-spbgma-2018/
In 2017, The Farm Hands were named Entertainers of the Year, Gospel Band of the Year, as well as winning Song of the Year and Album of the Year for "Dig In The Dirt". In 2017, Mosley was named Bluegrass Songwriter of the Year.
In 2016 The Farm Hands were named Vocal Group of the Year and Bluegrass Gospel Band of the Year by SPBGMA. In 2016 Mosley was named Songwriter of the Year by SPBGMA.
In 2014 Mosley, as part of The Farm Hands album "In A Country Town", was named Album of the Year by SPBGMA. In 2015 The Farm Hands were named Entertaining Band of The Year and Bluegrass Gospel Band of the Year by SPBGMA.
In 2011, Mosley and Tim Graves left Bobby Osborne's band and organized a new quartet, The Farm Hands. The band included Bennie Boling on banjo and Kevin Williamson on guitar. In 2013, Williamson left and was replaced by guitarist Keith Tew and later, Boling left and was replaced by Don Hill. The band's first nationally released album, In A Country Town, was named Album of the Year by the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass music for 2014. In 2015, the Farm Hands were named "Entertaining Band of the Year" and "Bluegrass Gospel Band of the Year". In 2016, The Farm Hands again won "Bluegrass Gospel Band of the Year" and "Vocal Group of the Year". In 2017, SPBGMA named The Farm Hands Entertainers of the Year, Gospel band of the Year, as well as awarding them Album and Song of the Year awards for "Dig In The Dirt" In 2018, The Farm Hands were named Band of the Year. Their Pinecastle album, "Colors" was named Album of the Year, and their song, "Rural Route" was named Song of the Year.
A number of artists have recorded songs written by Mosley. In addition to the songs Mosley wrote for New Tradition and The Farm Hands, he has had songs recorded by Bobby Osborne, Christian artists Sharron Kay King and Ken Holloway, bluegrass artists Josh Williams, Appalachian Trail, and Shannon Slaughter, country artist Lynn Anderson, and others. Southern gospel artists, In 2005, the Booth Brothers recorded "(Ask The Blind Man) He Saw It All". The song quickly became the trio's signature song. It was their first number one song and was named by the Singing News Magazine as one of the top Southern Gospel songs of all time. A feature article about Mosley and his songwriting was featured in the April 2017 issue of Bluegrass Unlimited magazine. In 2018, Mosley's song, "Rural Route" became The Farm Hands' first number one song and was named Bluegrass Song of the Year by SPBGMA.
In 2001, Mosley's longtime friend Tim Graves introduced Mosley to Grand Ole Opry stars Sonny and Bobby Osborne. The Osborne Brothers were looking for a bass player and singer to replace the departing Terry Smith. Mosley worked with The Osborne Brothers until Sonny's retirement in 2003, and then with Bobby Osborne and his band, the Rocky Top Express, until 2011.
Mosley and New Tradition moved on to record two albums with Pinecastle Records, Daddy, On His Knees and A Piece At A Time, and one album with Mountain Home Records, Stand And Be Counted, before Mosley left the band in 1999.
In 1989 Mosley, as part of New Tradition, was named Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year by SPBGMA. In 2006, Mosley's song "(Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All" was named Song of the Year at the Singing News Fan Awards, the sogospelnews Awards, and the Southern Gospel Music Guild.
In 1987, Mosley met banjo player Richie Dotson in Dickson, Tennessee. Dotson introduced Mosley to mandolin player Danny Roberts and guitarist Fred Duggin and the foursome formed the band New Tradition. In 1991, New Tradition won the national bluegrass band contest sponsored by SPBGMA, the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America. This led to the band signing with Brentwood Music, with whom the band recorded several albums. The first, Bluegrass Gospel At It's [sic] Finest, was a hymns album. The band's second album, Seed of Love, featured a number of songs penned by Mosley including the title cut, "With His Hands In Wood", and "On His Knees". The albums Closer Than It's Ever Been and Love Here Today followed. Fred Duggin left the band and was replaced by Ken White and then later by Jamie Clifton. Richie Dotson left the band and was replaced by Aaron McDaris.
Daryl Mosley (born September 21, 1964) is an American singer, musician, and songwriter. He is best known as a bluegrass musician and as the writer of "(Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All", the signature song of the southern gospel trio the Booth Brothers. In 2016 and 2017, Mosley was named Bluegrass Songwriter of the Year.