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Darryl Worley signs with 903 Records

Thursday, February 16, 2006 – Darryl Worley, who had several number one hits for DreamWorks, now is working for Neal McCoy. That's because Worley signed with 903 Records, the label McCoy formed a year ago.

Worley is the second artist on the label with McCoy's debut being the lone release thus far.

Worley said, "It's clear that 903 Music wants me there as much as I want to be there, which is refreshing. It has a full staff of proven industry professionals who are focused and committed to getting the job done, and I'm confident that we'll have a lot of success."

"We are thrilled to have Darryl onboard," said Worley. "Not only is he an incredibly talented artist and songwriter, he is a great guy and a good friend. He knows how to work hard and has already proven that he has what it takes to be successful in this business. He will be a perfect fit."

Worley is currently recording his next album and a single is expected to be delivered to radio early this spring.

Worley's hits have included "I Miss My Friend," "Awful, Beautiful Life," "A Good Day to Run" and "Have You Forgotten?"

He has been nominated for numerous country music awards including Country Music Association's Single of the Year and Song of the Year for "Have You Forgotten?" (2003), as well as Horizon Award in 2002 and 2003; and the Academy of Country Music's Top Male Vocalist (2002).


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