Darryl Worley greeted thousands in Appalachia while helming the 74th Annual Santa Train on Saturday, November 19th. Now in its 74th year, the Santa Train runs along a 110-mile route through Appalachia, making 14 stops in Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee to distribute more than 15 tons of toys to Appalachian families. The Santa Train is sponsored by CSX, Dignity U Wear, Food City and the Kingsport Chamber. Please visit www.beyondourrails.org/index.cfm/events/santa-train/ for more information.
In his 15-year career in country music, Darryl Worley has seen nearly 20 hit singles and three chart-topping hits, including “Awful, Beautiful Life” and “I Miss My Friend.” Following the tragic events of 9/11, Worley penned “Have You Forgotten,” which became the biggest hit of his career after spending seven weeks at No. 1. Worley has also spent much of his career supporting the U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and has made a tradition of visiting them each year. Outside of music, Worley gives back every opportunity he can. In 2002, Worley founded the Darryl Worley Foundation, to help serve the needs of the people of Hardin and McNairy counties in West Tennessee and the surrounding areas.
For more information on Darryl Worley, visit www.darrylworley.com.