Todd Anthony Dulaney is an American gospel singer and songwriter whose dream is to write songs which delivers, heals, restores and touches the heart of man, songs which ministers to God and song God inhabits. His sweet, smooth classic soul delivery and song writing styles has made him win fame within the Christian community. Dulaney was born on December 20, 1983 in Maywood, Illinois to Thomas and Tommye Dulaney. He grew up as a singer and an athlete in Forest Park, Illinois and attended Wabash Valley College.
Dulaney is married to his beautiful wife Kenyetta Stone-Dulaney; together they have four lovely children, Tenley, Taylor, Tyle, and Todd Jr. He serves faithfully at All Nations Worship Assembly located in Chicago Illinois.
While growing up, he pursued his baseball career where he played for Wabash Valley College in Mount Carmel, Illinois. After college, he was drafted by the New York Mets in the 2002 MLB June Amateur Draft. Dulaney spent five years playing professional baseball. In 2005, he retired from sports answering God’s call upon his life to play gospel music. He followed the tutelage of Smokie Nortful a Grammy Winner where he built a performance working with other gospel artists in a tour which he was invited by Smokie Nortful. In 2011, Dulaney started his music recording career. He released his album, “Pulling Me Through” which appeared on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart at No. 43. Later on, Pulling Me Through was released by Gold Street Gospel Records on January 22, 2013 which was placed higher at No. 23 on the chart mentioned earlier. The album led to a record deal with Entertainment One, where he released his gospel –charting version of “The Anthem” in 2015. On April 15, 2016, he released A Worshipper’s Heart. The album peaked at No. 1on the Gospel Albums Chart, while it reached No. 150 on the Billboard 200 and No. 13 on the Independent Albums Chart. In 2018, Dulaney released Great Name which marked his second gospel number one. In 2019, he released “To Africa with Love” which was recorded live in Capetown, South Africa featuring the appearances from Nicole Harris, Illia Jackson, and South Africa gospel singer Lebohang Kgapola.
The gospel singer has worked very hard and has shared stage with many award–winning artists like, Tye Tribette and Donnie McClurkin, Jessica Reedy, Maurette Clark-brown, Michelle Williams, Dr. Bobby Jones, and many others. Dulaney has also ministered in song at churches worldwide. He has made appearances on BET Dr. Bobby Jones Gospel , TBN “Praise the Lord’ and 15thStreet, Atlanta Live, BBTV, TCt “I’m Just Sayin” The 2011 Merge Summit and three nominations for the 2012 Stellar Awards second round ballot.
Todd Dulaney has impacted the world and transformed lives through his music always being steadfast and sold out to God. His desire is to see the message of Christ displayed. His greatest achievements are said to be his four lovely children.