Gospel Music’s Golden Voice Daryl Coley Dead
April 6, 2016:
Oh my Lord! I can’t believe Super voice in the gospel sector as died and at age 60. This is a sad dead for me as I was a huge fan.
We mourn the death of Grammy-nominated Gospel great, Daryl Coley.
The 60-year-old was known as “a singer’s singer,” Coley had been off the music scene for more than a decade after years of battling diabetes, which at one point left him temporarily blind. He spent his final days in hospice care, where his wife and family made sure he was comforted.
Another Church Divorce: Gospel Singer Israel Houghton and Wife
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Gospel’s Tye Tribbett Celebrates 19 Years of Marriage and Struggles After Affairs
After dual affairs nearly ended the high-profile Christian couple’s union, Tye Tribbett and his wife Shante’ Tribbett, whom he affectionately calls “My Taylah,” are triumphantly celebrating 19 years of marriage.
In a new Instagram post, amid the celebration, the GRAMMY® Award-winning gospel singer gets honest about the struggles of making a marriage work.
“Love is not just the butterflies in the belly, or skipping through the fields hand in hand, or blushing on the other line saying ‘no you hang up first’ nor is it the story book fantasy of ecstasy or a frenzy of poetic inspiration,” wrote the BET’s Joyful Noise host, 40.
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Houghton Sing “Little Drummer Boy” [VIDEO]
On Friday’s The Real, the show’s co-host is singing “Little Drummer Boy,” accompanied on piano by her GRAMMY® Award-winning husband.
Bailon, 32, and Houghton, 45, wed in Paris last month and have been sharing the joys of their new life together on the syndicated talk show co-hosted by Jeannie Mai, Tamera Mowry-Housley and Loni Love.
It wasn’t the greatest performance, noting that they both are in the singing profession. But if you are interested in seeing the together as husband and wife (for now), here they go.
We’re Going to Miss Mighty Clouds of Joy Lead Singer Willie Joe Ligon
This man had an impact on me. Willie Joe Ligon sung a song once with the Mighty Clouds of Joy that stated the doctor said he had throat issues and would never sing again because he sung so hard. But it was always God he stated that kept him and at that time it had been 20 more years after that diagnosis. We love Willie Joe Ligon, a man of God, and his will to continue to stay on the wall for Jesus even during his own discomfort and medical issues. May God have him rest in peace, good and faithful soldier.
Grammy-winning gospel singer Shirley Caesar, whose sermon-song “Hold My Mule” went viral a few years ago, is suing a Georgia rapper over a remix of her song.The lawsuit, filed this week in Gwinnett County, accuses Keenan Webb – known as DJ Suede – of releasing an unauthorized version. The clerk’s office says the court file does not yet list an attorney for Webb.Caesar’s attorney, James Walker, said the only official version authorized by her has been performed by Snoop Dogg.Walker said Suede’s video of the song includes references to alcohol, which is objectionable to the gospel singer.Caesar said she originally recorded the song in 1988. Caesar’s singing the words “you name it” sparked the #UNameItChallenge online, which features people doing dances to the song.
Pastor Shirley Caesar’s “Beans, Greens, Potatoes” #UNameIt Song Went Viral But She Says Twerking is Disrespectful
The legendary gospel singer, who is enjoying viral success with a remix of one of her sermon-songs featuring a line referencing food items, says she’s not cooking this year during the U.S. holiday.
The Grammy-winning singer has become a hot topic online after her song, the 9-minute “Hold My Mule,” was re-created with a new addictive beat. On the song, Caesar tells the story of “Shouting John,” who is told he is too loud and cannot dance in church because of his excitement.
Israel Houghton and New Wife Adrienne Bailon Wedding