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Welcome to Wind Talk, the headquarters for Darryl Worley information!  If you have any info, please pass it along!

 

The Darryl Worley Fan Club

Join Darryl's fan club, The Friends of Darryl Worley!  For information, click here.

 

Darryl's Video

You can follow Darryl's video, When You Need My Love, on CMT!  Click on country.com and follow the CMT links!

A Good Day to Run will be released on CMT soon!  Watch for it!

 

Request Darryl's Video!

CMT Request Line  -- Go request "When You Need My Love" at CMT!  Click here!

GAC Top 15 Country Videos  --  To vote for Darryl's video, click here.  He's not in the top 15 yet, so let's get him there!

 

Darryl's Address

Would you like to send Darryl snail mail?  Here is the address:

International Artist Mgt
PO Box 120261
Nashville, TN 37212


Darryl's Stats

Name: Darryl Wade Worley

Origin: Hardin County, Tennessee

Eye Color: Blue

Hair color: Brown

Birthday: October 31, 1964

Favorite food: Dad's ribs and Mom's cornbread

Favorite musicians: Keith Whitley, Merle Haggard

Interests: Darryl is an avid weight lifter

Darryl Ditties

Did you know...?

Darryl graduated from The University of Northern Alabama with a degree in Biology.  He also is trained in Chemistry.

Darryl's original plan was to become a Doctor!

Darryl earned straight A's in college, and graduated with highest honors.

Before making a name in Nashville, Darryl worked in Chemistry at Buckman lab.

George Jones' song, Sinners and Saints was written by our very own Darryl Worley!

Darryl is the middle child of three boys.

Darryl was born on October 31, 1964.  He's a Halloween baby!

Darryl wrote When You Need My Love based on his experience with an old girlfriend who broke off their engagement after many years.  About the incident, he says, "I got the ring back, traded it in, and bought me a pick-up truck."  You go, Darryl!  But sorry, gals--that doesn't mean he's available.  Darryl was married to his sweetheart, Beverly Irvin on May 11, 2001.

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