Lacey Mosley was born on September 4th, 1981 in Arlington, Texas. She is 27 years old. She is 4 feet and 10 inches tall. Lacey belongs to a family of a single mom and six brothers and sisters. The family was poor, and when ends did not meet in one place, they had to move to another. Throughout her earlier years, she was an outspoken atheist. Between moving and fights with her mother, what Lacey describes as "a war zone going on at home", she began dabbling in drugs since she was ten years old. The fighting became so intense that she was forced to move in with her grandparents in Gulfport Mississippi. After leaving her family and leaving drugs, Lacey experienced what she described as a "nervous breakdown," cutting off her hair and beginning to consider suicide. Her grandmother became distressed and urged Lacey to attend church, after which she became a Christian. In 2000, Mosley began to play with drummer James Culpepper. The pair worked with guitarists Sameer Bhattacharya and Jared Hartmann, forming a group named Passerby, renamed Flyleaf in June 2004.
ChildhoodLacey Mosley spent her early years in Arlington (TX). As a young teenager, she was given a bass guitar on Christmas day. The guitar became a passion. At the age of 16, after a series of fights with her mom, she went to live with her grandmother in nearby Gulfport. Attending Gulfport high school she made a new circle of musical friends, and soon she was playing in a school band. Lacey took to going with her grandmother to church - through which she found a new sense of purpose to her life. A couple of years later Lacey moved to Temple. Here she met James Culpepper (drums), Sameer Bhattacharya (guitar), and Jared Hartmann (guitar). Together they formed and band, with the name Passerby. She grew up with her parents fighting all the time. The fighting got so bad she had to move to Mississippi with her grandparents.
Lacey Mosley is in a band called Flyleaf, it was once called Passerby but then they changed the name. There are 5 members named, Lacey Mosley, James Culpepper, Sameer Bhattacharya, Pat Seals, and Jared Hartmann.
Lacey is now living in Hollywood, California. She continues to write more songs for Flyleaf.
When Lacey Mosley was fourteen years old, she received a bass guitar for Christmas and began playing Nirvana and Green Day songs with her brother who played guitar. At sixteen, Lacey Mosley was kicked out of her home after a fight with her mother involving the police, and moved to Gulfport, Mississippi to live with her grandparents. There she attended high school and joined a band that was in need of a bass player. Lacey Mosley went on to sing for the band, and picked up guitar so she could write her own songs.