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Darryl Worley

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Country music traditionalist Darryl Worley, has sold millions of records worldwide and charted 20 singles, including three number one hits, “I Miss My Friend,” “Awful Beautiful Life,” and “Have You Forgotten.”
Worley was signed to DreamWorks Records, releasing his first album “Hard Rain Don’t Last”. Worley’s debut single was “When You Need My Love”, followed by “A Good Day to Run”, “Second Wind”, and “Sideways”. Respectively, these singles peaked at #15, #12, #20 and #41 on the Billboard country charts. In 2000, George Jones charted with the single “Sinners & Saints”, which Worley co-wrote. “I Miss My Friend” was a hugely successful album and single. The song was his first #1 single on the Billboard chart. This album was also his first #1 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart, of which was certified gold by the RIAA. Darryl had his biggest hit with the 9/11 tribute ballad, “Have You Forgotten?”, the first release from his 2003 compilation album of the same name. It reached #1 in its fifth week on the charts, and held its #1 position for seven weeks.
Have You Forgotten? is also certified gold by the RIAA. Darryl Worley continues to write and record, as well as make concert appearances. He is one of the vanishing breed of singers, schooled in the Merle Haggard and George Jones tradition. Darryl has built a successful career by singing honest Country music, and staying true to his loyal fans. Darryl is a commanding singer and performer who renders to his audience, straight from the heart.
After two decades on the national and international stage, along with appearances on the Grand Ole Opry stage, Darryl Worley has become one of Country music’s most impressive legacies. Worley plays one night only at The Palace in downtown Crossville on Saturday, March 5 at 7pm. Reserved tickets start at $25 and go to $45. All seats reserved. Call 931.484.6133 or go to