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Worley shoots video with a little help

Friday, April 3, 2009 – Darryl Worley shot the music video for his single Sounds Like Life To Me this week. Tennessee Titans quarterback Kerry Collins and Jamey Johnson lent their acting skills as bartender and a bar patron at Miss Fran's in Columbia, Tenn., where part of the clip was filmed.

"To look behind the bar, and see this amazing athlete I watch on TV every week cleaning glasses and serving up beers was so cool," said Worley of Collins' appearance. "And to have my buddy Jamey take a day out of his exploding career meant the world to me...though he did get some free beer out of the deal."

Worley co-wrote the song with Wynn Varble and Phil O'Donnell. The video was directed by Birmingham-based duo The Erwin Brothers for Revolution Pictures, and it should be hitting the airwaves within three weeks.

Worley's new album, "Sounds Like Life," is due June 9 as the first release of Stroudavarious Records.

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