Daryl Mosley

The community is invited to attend a concert by singer, songwriter, and storyteller Daryl Mosley Sunday, Jan. 23 at 11 a.m. at Comer Baptist Church, 2054 Main Street, Comer.

From countless appearances on “The Grand Ole Opry” to classic shows at the famous Bluebird Cafe to a touring schedule of over 150 concerts per year, singer/songwriter Daryl Mosley has been sharing his songs and his stories with America for over 30 years.

Mosley has written three “Song of the Year” award winners. Six of his songs have made it to number one, and he has twice been named “Songwriter of the Year.” His songs have been recorded by dozens of artists ranging from bluegrass legend Bobby Osborne to country star Lynn Anderson to Southern Gospel's The Booth Brothers, and have been featured on television shows ranging from “American Idol” to “The View.”

One of his best-known songs, “(Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All,” was named one of the top Southern Gospel songs of all time. Gospel music legend Bill Gaither calls Mosley “a poet-and we don't have many poets left!” Mosley says he writes and sings songs about real life and real people. Songs about faith, home and community are the foundation of his music, because those are the things he says are most precious to him. He says, “I love songs about how it used to be, or could be still, or might have been.” Mosley is a storyteller, sharing tales of the inspiration behind his songs, his years at the Grand Ole Opry and his faith.

The concert is free to the public, but a love offering will be taken. For additional information, contact Patty Lindley at 502-262-0428.

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