Articles Posted in the " Gospel Artists " Category


  • Daryl Coley Funeral: Earnest Pugh Sings “He Shall Dwelleth” [VIDEO]

    Daryl Coley Funeral: Earnest Pugh Sings “He Shall Dwelleth” [VIDEO]

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    Daryl Coley Funeral: Earnest Pugh Sings “He Shall Dwelleth” [VIDEO]

    Earnest Pugh sings “He That Dwelleth” during the funeral service for gospel music legend Daryl Lynn Coley at City of Refuge Church in Gardena, CA pastored by Bishop Noel Jones on 4/2/2016.


  • Tonex’ Continues to Sing Gospel in Our Churches While Still Living as Gay Man

    Tonex’ Continues to Sing Gospel in Our Churches While Still Living as Gay Man

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    Tonex’ Continues to Sing Gospel in Our Churches While Still Living as Gay Man

    We have discussed one young man who has impacted and changed how we all see what can be bred out of the gospel music industry. Anthony Charles Williams II, known as Tonex and recently known as B Slade, is a gospel music figure that has shocked the world and the church. Tonex was brought up listening to gospel music as both his parents were ministers of their church in San Diego but his preacher father played saxophone for James Brown and Jackie Wilson and his mother sang in various ‘girl groups’.



  • How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy  [Part 2 of 3] Featuring Daryl Coley

    How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy [Part 2 of 3] Featuring Daryl Coley

    [NEW] How Gay Gospel Artists Left a Tainted Legacy for Today’s Generation [Part 2]

    This is part two of this article about how gay gospel artists left a tainted legacy for our generation today. We felt the need to expand this subject especially today as gospel music has evolved in something much more than just ‘singing’. Gospel music has turned into a industry of hefty money makers and revolutionaries. Though many artists from the early 1960’s and earlier sang gospel music because they ‘love the Lord’, grew up in the church and wanted to spread the gospel, it quickly turned into a money making machine that created more than just records. The gospel music industry became a way of expressing the views of society both political and sexual. Let’s speak on the sexual part because this is what is taking over our society today through homosexuality and gay rights.



  • Daryl Coley Tributes From Streaming Funeral Services [PART 1-8]

    Daryl Coley Tributes From Streaming Funeral Services [PART 1-8]

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    Daryl Coley Tributes From Streaming Funeral Services [PART 1-8]