Missing Link Music has recently signed a worldwide administration deal with American bluegrass legend, Daryl Mosley.
Mosley was named the Bluegrass Songwriter of the Year for both 2016 & 2017 by Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America (SPBGMA). Over the course of his career Daryl has accumulated many #1 hits.
His most famous being the southern gospel classic “(Ask the Blind Man) He Saw It All” performed by The Booth Brothers. This song would go on to win Mosley an array of awards including Song of the Year at the sogospelnews.com awards, The Diamond Awards, and the Singing News Fan Awards during the Quartet Convention in Louisville. Mosley’s success does not stop there as his list of collaborations extends far and wide.
His talents have led him to work alongside of Sharron Kay King, Ken Holloway, Josh Williams, Appalachian Trail, Shannon Slaughter, and country artist Lynn Anderson, earning him elite recognition in the bluegrass and gospel communities. As he grew he taught himself guitar and before he knew it he was performing on stage as at the Loretta Lynch Ranch playing not only guitar but piano and bass as well.
Mosley moved on later in life to form a relationship with the award winning bluegrass gospel quartet New Tradition. The group together is said to have gave over 200 performances a year. Following his time in New Tradition Daryl accepted a great opportunity to work alongside of the Osbourne Brothers and played with them for another 10 years.
Today Daryl Mosley can be found performing with his own group, The Farm Hands. Since being signed to Pinecastle Records the group has released several full length albums including their latest record “Colors” which released late July 2017. The Farm Hands have made quite the name for themselves being named Entertainer of the Year at the 2017 Bluegrass Music Awards and has been named Gospel Band of the Year for three consecutive years in a row.