Darryl Worley is hosting a series of fundraisers for his namesake charitable foundation, with the second event scheduled for July 13 at the Bumpus Harley-Davidson dealership in Murfreesboro. For “Hitmakers & Harleys” Worley will be joined by Walt Aldridge (Heartland’s “I Loved Her First,” Ronnie Milsap’s “No Getting’ Over Me”), Jim “Moose” Brown (“It’s Five O’clock Somewhere,” Alan Jackson, Jimmy Buffett, and co-producer of Worley’s new album) and Steve Leslie, who has at least 20 Worley cuts, as well as ones by numerous other artists.
Last month’s “Hitmakers on the Harbor” on Pickwick Lake raised over $12,000. Following Murfreesboro, the next event is scheduled at Bumpus Harley-Davidson’s Jackson, TN location on July 21. The final event will be Darryl’s Tennessee River Run on Thurs., Sept. 10.
The Darryl Worley Foundation, Inc. helps serve the needs of the people of Hardin and McNairy Counties in West Tennessee and the surrounding areas. It has supported St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Ayers Children’s Medical Center, Le Bonheur Children’s Medical Center and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Worley is currently touring in support of his latest single, “Sounds Like Life To Me,” from his new Stroudavarious Records album, Sounds Like Life. Details on all events can be found at www.darrylworley.com.
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