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Worley goes for the Cribs

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 – Darryl Worley will give CMT viewers a tour of his cattle farm and getaway home in Savannah, Tenn. during a new episode of the series, CMT Cribs.

Premiering Friday, Feb. 12 at 10 p.m. eastern/Pacific, Worley said one of the favorite spots in the house that he and his wife, Kimberly enjoy most, is the upstairs deck and hot tub overlooking the breathtaking landscape of the farm.

Worley has recently released a new single, Best of Both Worlds, to country radio. The song, co-written by Worley, is taken from his current album on Stroudavarious Records, "Sounds Like Life," and follows up his hit single Sounds Like Life To Me. He will begin touring in the spring and will perform more than 120 concerts nationally throughout the year.


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CD review - Sounds Like Life Never taking anything for granted. That's the point of Darryl Worley's song, You Never Know. The song might have a heavy theme about treating every day as if its your last. But that's the exception on a disc filled with fun-loving songs with a recurring theme of having a good ol' time. Fellow country artists Jamey Johnson, Mel Tillis and Bill Anderson lend their voices on Don't Show Up (If You Can't Get Down). But the highlight is definitely, Honkytonk Life - which ...
CD review - Here and Now It's been three and a half years since Darryl Worley gained fame for "Have You Forgotten?" Worley has changed with the political landscape, choosing to record a different type of patriotic song on his new 13-track album. "I Just Came Back from a War" is written from the perspective of an Iraqi war veteran returning home and how he deals with everyone around him saying he's a changed person. It's a powerful message, and it's pro-war sentiment is much more ...
Darryl Worley gets dark on his fourth and deepest album. The dozen songs often focus on the hardscrabble small town Southern life, murder, facing death and difficult relationships. This is not easy subject matter to digest even when Worley applies a lighter side musically (the well done "I Love Her, She Hates Me"). "If Something Should Happen" is sung in the voice of a cancer victim who may not survive. Not exactly the typical major label country fare these days. "Facing Death" describes the ...


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