Darryl Worley At Grand Ole Opry
Darryl Worley is an American country music singer/songwriter from Memphis, Tennessee. He was born 1964 to Methodist preacher Tommy and wife Bonnie Worley. Darryl attended the University of North Alabama, and obtained a degree in Biology and Chemistry. He worked in the chemical industry before eventually becoming the country music superstar he is today.
Worley’s debut album, Hard Rain Don’t Last was released by DreamWorks Records in 2000. The album contained the singles, “When You Need my Love,” “A Good Day to Run,” “Second Wind,” and “Sideways,” of which all reached a peak of number 41 or higher on the Billboard country charts.
The following years saw the subsequent releases of his chart-topping albums, I Miss My Friend, Have You Forgotten?, Darryl Worley, Here and Now, and Sounds Like Life. Worley has recently signed with Tenacity Records, and in 2012 released the single, “You Still Got It.”
Worley is married with a daughter, and yearly hosts a Charity Foundation Event, “The Tennessee River Run.”