RIP Troy Sneed

April 28, 2020 |

I am saddened to report that the coronavirus has taken another talented musician from us. Grammy-nominated gospel singer Troy Sneed died Monday in Jacksonville, Florida, of complications from the virus. He was only 52.

Sneed started his career with the Georgia Mass Choir, which appeared in the film “The Preacher’s Wife” with Whitney Houston. He then formed Youth For Christ before launching a gospel record label with his wife Emily and releasing seven solo albums. His hits include “Work It Out” and “My Heart Says Yes.” Our deepest condolences and prayers for his wife and family. Here are some samples of the inspiring musical legacy he left us here and here.

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  • Salley. T. Williams

    04/28/2020 04:35 PM

    Sorry for your loss!

  • Arlene Mathews

    04/28/2020 04:31 PM

    What a sad, untimely loss! May the words of his hymns provide comfort to his family.
    With You Always
    Troy Sneed
    He will never leave you
    Nor will He forsake you.
    He will be with you always.
    No matter what you're going through
    The Lord will take care of you.
    He will be with you always.