Todd Delaney


    Todd Anthony Dulaney is an American gospel musician, and former baseball player. His music career started in 2011, with the release of the CD version, Pulling Me Through.
    This would be his breakthrough released upon the Billboard Gospel Albums chart. He would release another album, Pulling Me Through, in 2013 with GoldStreet Gospel Records, and this would place even higher on the Gospel Albums chart.

    Dulaney was born on December 20, 1983 in Maywood, Illinois as Todd Anthony Dulaney, to Thomas and Tommye Dulaney. He was athletic as a youth playing sports in particular baseball, where he would play at a local community college, Wabash Valley College, getting drafted by the New York Mets in the 2002 MLB June Amateur Draft as a 32nd round selection. He never reached the major leagues, but played his short stint as a professional baseball player in the minor leagues. He decided after the 2005 season to retire from the sport because he felt God’s call to play gospel music, which he did under the tutelage of artists, Smokie Norful, who asked him to tour with him.

    Dulaney’s wife is Kenyetta Stone-Dulaney, and together they have three children, Taylor, Tyler, and Todd Jr., who attend church at Living Word Christian located in Forest Park, Illinois.
    Born: December 20, 1983 , Maywood, Illinois, United States
    Nationality: American
    Spouse: Kenyetta Stone-Dulaney
    Albums: A Worshipper’s Heart, Pulling Me Through
    Parents: Thomas Dulaney, Tommye Dulaney

    Todd Dulaney Songs
    The Anthem, Free Worshipper, Worship You Forever, Worship You Forever Extended,  Pulling Me Through, You Are Everything, No Other Name, Fall On Us, Dance In The Rain, Put The Attention On Jesus, My Everything, The Anthem – Radio Edit, Unchurched, Running to You, I’ll Keep Praying, You’re Mighty, Simply Amazing, Wouldn’t Trade, Everything to Me, Intro – Pastor Smokie Norful, Greater, Higher, Follow You, Listen, Te Amo, Favor