Daryl Coley

Funeral services for the late Rev. Daryl Coley were held this past weekend at The City of Refuge in Los Angeles, CA.  It is no surprise that the musical tributes were on point in a medley featuring several of gospels’s best, including Yolanda Adams and Vanessa Bell Armstrong. Here Tonéx sings “When Sunday Comes”.

Homegoing arrangements have been announced for Daryl Coley who passed away last week.  Services will be held at 1pm on April 2, 2016 at the City of Refuge in Los Angeles where Bishop Noel Jones is pastor. The service will be live streamed.

Check out this video of the late Daryl Coley with Tri-City Singers singing “When Sunday Comes”. Coley passed away earlier this week from complications with diabetes. He is greatly missed among gospel music fans worldwide.

  via blog.gospelflava.com GOSPELflava joins countless others around the world mourning the passing of Daryl Coley.  Born October 30, 1955 in Berkeley, California, Daryl would gain early exposure to jazz music and display an affinity for playing keyboards early on in his high school years while attending Claremont High with friends Rodney Franklin and bass […]

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