Daryl Mosley has been singing traditional American music his whole life. His music is rooted in the small country churches of rural Tennessee and is part of a strong family tradition. "Momma would play piano for our congregation of around 35 people," Mosley says.
"By the time I was 11 or so, I was singing solos while she played for me". By 16 he was on stage as a regular at the Loretta Lynn ranch playing piano, bass and guitar. In 1989, Daryl began his 10-year tenure as the lead singer and principal songwriter with the award winning bluegrass gospel quartet New Tradition. As part of New Tradition, Daryl was singing his songs in churches and festivals all across the United States, playing over 200 dates per year.
After a decade of full time touring, Daryl left New Tradition and accepted an opportunity from music legends the Osborne Brothers. For 10 years Daryl sang and played as a part of the world famous Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.
Daryl's songs have been recorded and charted by several artists, including 3 songs reaching the #1 spot. In 2006 Daryl's song, (Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All , won every major Southern Gospel award there was to win, including Song of the Year at the sogospelnews.com awards, The Diamond Awards, the prestigious Southern Gospel Music Guild, and the Singing News Fan Awards during the Quartet Convention in Louisville. The song also made the list of the greatest southern gospel songs OF ALL TIME, as complied by the Singing News magazine.
Daryl continues to sing, record, and tour across America with his band, The Farm Hands.