If you've ever been to Nashville's Lower Broadway Honkytonk district, chances are you've been to Tootsies. The legendary Honky Tonk has in recent years taken to hosting large two-day parties celebrating their existence. Check out who all is expected to perform at the legendary event's 2013 birthday bash!
With "You Still Got It," Darryl Worley showcases a new side to his artistry. It's a fun, light, yet highly romantic style from the artist often associated with 'serious' songs. Take a look at the song's brand new video here and let us know what you think!
Darryl Worley's brand new single is out for purchase (and at radio) early next week. In this EXCLUSIVE to Roughstock, we've been granted the rights to host the song for your listening enjoyment here for the next four weeks.
This week, we take a look at new singles from up and coming artists like the Josh Abbott Band, Kingston, and Taylor Made along with the latest singles from Darryl Worley, The Band Perry, Edens Edge, Justin Moore, James Wesley and Justin Moore. Read our thoughts here.
Darryl Worley is no stranger to political songs. His biggest hit, "Have You Forgotten?", saw pehonemenal success in the wake of 9/11 patriotism and the beginning of the Iraq War. Does this song fall in like with previous political fare? Is it a controversial single?
You can listen to a sample of the latest single from Darryl Worley here. It's the lead single from his upcoming album and is very much in line with "Have You Forgotten?" and "I Just Came Back From A War." What do you think? Let us and other fans know!
Colt Ford snuck up on Nashville with his debut album Ride Through The Country. Can he mantain the momentum and buzz that was generated over the last two years with his sophomore album Chicken & Biscuits?
Listen to the upcoming single from Darryl Worley.
Throughout the course of his career Darryl Worley has scored multiple hits and while he's bounced around from label to label in recent years, that hasn't stopped the artist from delivering one of the best country radio singles of 2009.