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Background Information

Employment History

Christian Record Label

President

Morning Song Inc

Artist Associate

World Vision Inc

Affiliations

Founder
Morningsong Music

Education

Andrews University

Chisolm Trail Academy

Southern Missionary College

M.Div.

Andrews

degree

theology

Web References (189 Total References)


Steve Darmody

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Steven Grady Darmody

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Steve Darmody, award winning contemporary Christian artist, is a bass-baritone who is regarded as one of the outstanding voices in gospel music. President of the Morning Song Music Group, he has been featured internationally at stellar events and in some of the most celebrated venues.
Born in Huntsville, Texas, Darmody was one of three sons of Richard Gordon and Virginia Carole Brown Darmody.
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Although his father, who had left the family when Steve was six, had been a singer, Steve at first was not interested in singing. He took a few lessons on the clarinet in the fifth grade and then switched to oboe, which he played in the Bass Memorial Academy band while he was still in the seventh grade.
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Although Steve was terrified as he started to sing that first time, he gained confidence as the song progressed and by the time he finished, had had an experience that literally transformed his life.
The following year, Darmody transferred to Valley Grande Academy for a year and then went to Chisolm Trail Academy, where he graduated in 1975. While attending academy, he decided to make God foremost in his life, and when he enrolled at Southern Missionary College, now Southern Adventist University, he pursued a degree in theology, graduating in 1978. In addition to his studies in theology, he studied voice under Dorothy Ackerman and Don Runyon.
Darmody subsequently attended Andrews University and graduated from the seminary at AU with an M.Div. in 1982. Shortly before leaving the seminary, Darmody started a concert and recording ministry by recording his first CD, Shall We Learn To Be Friends, with producer Sam Ocampo in the fall of 1981.
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While serving as president of Morning Song for nearly thirty years, Darmody has maintained a rigorous performance schedule, giving on average of 100 concerts a year worldwide for a cumulative total exceeding 2500. In 1988 he was first-place winner in voice at the famous Estes Park Christian Music Seminar Vocal Competitions in Colorado.
After winning this award, releasing a second successful CD, ConstantRefuge, in 1990, and completing thirteen years in denominational employment in three conferences, the final six as an ordained minister, he felt led to pursue a fulltime music career. In 1996 he made a guest appearance at the Olympics in Atlanta and has since sung for audiences at the Pentagon and in the U.S. Senate. He has performed on numerous college and university campuses and in the Crystal Cathedral, Carnegie Hall, and other distinguished concert halls and venues, as well as in hospitals, military bases, and shopping malls.
Darmody performs for all denominations and has sung at the national Southern Baptist Convention. He has appeared dozens of times on national Christian telecasts such as the Trinity Broadcasting Network, 3ABN, Daystar, Crossroads, and others and has sung for SDA Net Satellite meetings since 1995.
He has been a Week of Prayer speaker on numerous campuses and a guest speaker on the Cornerstone Television Network. He also delivered a baccalaureate address at Southern Adventist University. He is the voice for SafeTV and has served as host and narrator for a 3ABN Christmas special. Under his leadership, Morning Song has produced a multiple-artist Christmas tour for nine years.
He assisted Mark Finley in his crusades in the U.S. as well as in Romania and Australia, and has also worked with Adventist evangelists Kenneth Cox, Ron Halvorsen, C.E. Brooks, John Carter, and Lonnie Melashenko. He was the nightly musician for two video series produced by Cox. He has sung at nearly every annual ASI (Adventist-laymen Services and Industries) convention, participated in all the Voice of Prophecy Reunion Concert series and videos and Maranatha 2000, and was invited to sing twice during the evening weekend meetings at the 2005 SDA General Conference Session in St. Louis.
Darmody is married to Joni Louise Whitacre, a teacher who has taught at both the elementary and secondary levels.
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Sources: Information provided by Steven Darmody; Reger Smith, Jr., "In All Directions," Adventist Review , Steve Darmody, "Story of My First Solo," www.plaxo.com; May 2005; Southern Tidings, January 1989, 9 and May 1993, 36; Christian Jazz Artists Network, www.songsofdavid.com ; Other online sources.


About Us

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Morning Song Music, Inc. was founded by Steve Darmody in 1980 as he began his solo recording and concert ministry. As the ministry grew, other artists of like mind and mission were invited to partner with Steve in ministry projects. Morning Song has since become a respected Christian Record Label, Morning Song Music, featuring several wonderful inspirational Christian music ministries. As a producer of an annual Christian Artist retreat called, Christian Music Etc., Steve became acquainted with many of our nation's finest recording artists through booking them as performing artists at the retreat such as Dallas Holmes, Dick and Mel Tunney, Steve Amerson, Babbie Mason, Selah, First Call, Bobby Michaels, Michelle Tumes, Faith First and more.


Steve Darmody, Tucker's ...

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Steve Darmody, Tucker's brother-in-law and a friend for more than 40 years, said the words of Micah 6:8 - "do justice, love kindness, and walk humbly with God" - were a fitting description of his sister-in-law's life.

"There are no better words to describe how Gayle Ann Whitacre Tucker actually lived her life," said Darmody, a gospel recording artist and president of the Morning Song Music Group.


Steve Darmody, Gospel Music's Premier Baritone

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Steve Darmody has one of the smoothest voices in Gospel Music. Since winning first place in the Estes Park Christian Artists' National Vocal Competitions, his bass-baritone voice has often been compared to "milk chocolate. He travels throughout the world, singing for many denominational groups and national gatherings. He has been heard on several Christian television networks and has a long list of guest appearances that include the Pentagon, Carnegie Hall, the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, Crystal Cathedral, and more.
Steve has sung for the Net Satellite meetings since 1995. He has helped Mark Finley in providing music for his crusades in the US as well as Romania and Australia. Other evangelists Steve has worked with include Kenneth Cox, Ron Halvorsen, C.E. Brooks, John Carter, Lonnie Melashenko, and Mike Tucker.
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With over 2,500 concerts and appearances on his resume, Steve has ministered in an unbelievable array of situations and venues - from military bases, hospitals, and shopping malls to some of the finest performing arts centers here and abroad, including Warsaw's National Philharmonic Theater. Multiple overseas tours have literally taken him around the world. But his heart has always been in the ministry and mission of the local church, especially in its outreach! His hope is that people will carry his songs into their daily lives, and be reminded that the claims of Christ, clearly found in His Word, will produce a life filled with contentment and peace.
His 30 years of music ministry have encompassed the musical styles of hymns, southern gospel, jazz and inspirational. Each of Steve's 7 CDs show a sampling of this varied style that reflects Steve's heart and passion to use music to reach out in all musical genres.
Steve is the president of the Morning Song Music Group (Morning Song, Inc., non-profit and Morning Song Distributing, Inc., for profit). These companies include, the Morning Song eStore and Internet Radio, Morning Song Concerts and Booking, Ariel Media Group (CD Fabrication), Steve Darmody Ministries, Morning Song Music (label) and Distributing (distribution house).
Steve travels extensively working with churches, media ministries and evangelistic endeavors.
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Steve Darmody's first CD recorded in 1979 with arranger, Lari Goss.
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Steve Darmody - Christmas
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This is a CD that Steve always felt destined that one day he would do. These great classic songs were from his parents generation. And yet, upon finishing a trip to Israel, Steve was drawn to revisit some of these great, classic songs. He discovered a power and depth that was remarkably touching. Steve wanted to share these songs with a new generation of spiritual travelers and lead them on a musical journey with a focal point of the Cross.


Steve Darmody

www.iamaonline.com [cached]

Steven Grady Darmody

...
Steve Darmody, award winning contemporary Christian artist, is a bass-baritone who is regarded as one of the outstanding voices in gospel music. President of the Morning Song Music Group, he has been featured internationally at stellar events and in some of the most celebrated venues.
Darmody, born in Huntsville, Texas, was one of three sons born to Virginia Carole Brown and Richard Gordon Darmody.
...
Although his father, who had left the family when Steve was six, had been a singer, Steve at first was not interested in singing. He took a few lessons on the clarinet in the fifth grade and then switched to oboe, which he played in the Bass Memorial Academy band while he was still in the seventh grade.
...
Although Steve was terrified as he started to sing that first time, he gained confidence as the song progressed and by the time he finished, had had an experience that literally transformed his life.
The following year, Darmody transferred to Valley Grande Academy for a year and then went to Chisolm Trail Academy, where he graduated in 1975. While attending academy, he decided to make God foremost in his life and when he enrolled at Southern Missionary College, now Southern Adventist University, he pursued a degree in theology, graduating in 1978. In addition to his studies in theology, he studied voice under Dorothy Ackerman and Don Runyon.
Darmody subsequently attended Andrews University and graduated from the seminary at AU with an M.Div. in 1982. Shortly before leaving the seminary, Darmody started a concert and recording ministry by recording his first CD, Shall We Learn To Be Friends, with producer Sam Ocampo in the fall of 1981.
...
While serving as president of Morning Song for nearly thirty years, Darmody has maintained a rigorous performance schedule, giving on average 100 concerts a year worldwide for a cumulative total exceeding 2500. In 1988, he was first-place winner in voice at the famous Estes Park Christian Music Seminar Vocal Competitions in Colorado.
After winning this award, releasing a second successful CD, ConstantRefuge, in 1990, and completing thirteen years in denominational employment in three conferences, the final six as an ordained minister, he felt led to pursue a fulltime music career. In 1996, he made a guest appearance at the Olympics in Atlanta and has since sung for audiences at the Pentagon and in the U.S. Senate. He has performed on numerous college and university campuses and in the Crystal Cathedral, Carnegie Hall, and other distinguished concert halls and venues, as well as in hospitals, military bases, and shopping malls.
Darmody performs for all denominations and has sung at the national Southern Baptist Convention. He has appeared dozens of times on national Christian telecasts such as the Trinity Broadcasting Network, 3ABN, Daystar, Crossroads, and others and has sung for SDA Net Satellite meetings since 1995.
He has been a week of Prayer speaker on numerous campuses and a guest speaker on the Cornerstone Television Network. He also delivered a baccalaureate address at Southern Adventist University. He is the voice for SafeTV and has served as host and narrator for a 3ABN Christmas special. Under his leadership, Morning Song has produced a multiple-artist Christmas tour for nine years.
He assisted Mark Finley in his crusades in the US as well as in Romania and Australia, and has also worked with Adventist evangelists Kenneth Cox, Ron Halvorsen, C.E. Brooks, John Carter, and Lonnie Melashenko. He was the nightly musician for two video series produced by Cox. He has sung at nearly every annual ASI (Adventist-laymen Services and Industries) convention, participated in all the Voice of Prophecy Reunion Concert series and videos and Maranatha 2000, and was invited to sing twice during the evening weekend meetings at the 2005 SDA General Conference Session in St. Louis.
Darmody is married to Joni Louise Whitacre, a teacher who has taught at both the elementary and secondary levels.
...
Sources: Information provided by Steven Darmody; Reger Smith, Jr., "In All Directions," Adventist Review, Steve Darmody, "Story of My First Solo," www.plaxo.com; May 2005; Southern Tidings, January 1989, 9 and May 1993, 36; Christian Jazz Artists Network, www.songsofdavid.com; Other online sources.

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