Worley’s “Hitmakers” Sing For Charity

Songwriters Darryl Worley, Jim “Moose” Brown, Walt Aldridge, and Steve Wariner performed some of their biggest hits this past Friday (5/14) for a sold out audience at the Hitmakers on the Harbor songwriters concert.

The event took place in Pickwick, TN and raised $28,000 in support of The Darryl Worley Foundation, which doubled the amount raised last year. Hit songs like “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere” (Brown), “I Loved Her First” (Aldridge), “Holes In the Floor of Heaven” (Wariner), and Worley’s latest single, “Best of Both Worlds” carried the melody for the night with behind-the-scenes stories told by the hitmakers about the songs that have graced the top of the country music charts.

Hitmakers on the Harbor is the first of four songwriter events leading up to Worley’s annual songwriters dinner (Sept. 15) and Tennessee River Run (Sept. 16-18), a four-day festival established by Worley for various charities funded by the Darryl Worley Foundation.

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