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Few children at the age of nine can describe what they hope to accomplish when they are an adult. In reality, few adults can say their childhood dreams have come true at all, but for Daryle Singletary he’s living the dream and enjoying every second!
Born and raised in Cairo, GA, Daryle grew up singing gospel alongside his cousins and brother, and while attending high school enrolled in a variety of vocal classes; after graduation, he worked at a tractor dealership before relocating to Nashville to pursue a career in music.
In Music City, Singletary frequently shared open mic stages and amateur showcases alongside fellow up-and-comers like Tracy Lawrence and Tim McGraw; he eventually found work as a demo singer, recording the track "Old Pair of Shoes" for an independent label. The song made its way to Randy Travis, who decided to record it himself while recommending Singletary to his management team. In short time, Singletary signed to Giant Records, and in 1995 he released his self-titled debut LP, scoring the smash hit singles
"I Let Her Lie" and "Too Much
Fun". The follow-up, All Because of You, appeared in late 1996 and generated the hit
"Amen Kind of Love".
Singletary's third album, Ain't It the Truth, was released in
early 1998. Two more releases on the Audium label followed.
On Daryle's sixth project Rockin’ In The Country, he
invited a few of my friends that he always admired to come into
The combination of Daryle’s voice, which is often described as one of the best traditional country voices in country music, with special guests Rhonda Vincent and legendary award-winning fiddler and country artist Charlie Daniels produces a sound that will have listeners setting this entire album on repeat!
Daryle attributes his fresh attitude and sound to the changes he has personally experienced while creating this album. “Without my wife Holly, I don’t know where I would be at this point in my life”.
One of the tracks, “To Do What I Do”, talks about what he has gone through to get to this point in his
career. Daryle expresses his gratitude for the ability to be
what he’s always been in his heart — a great country vocalist.