Darryl graduated from college with highest honors.
Darryl use to teach 7th and 8th grade biology.
Darryl got a degree in biology and a minor in organic chemistry from Northern Alabama University.
Darryl broke his back while playing basketball in high school.
Darryl worked in the chemical industry before he took up country music.
His parent's names are Tom and Bonnie Worley.
Darryl and his wife Beverly opened their own restaurant called the Worleybird Cafe.
In 2005 Darryl signed with his new label called 903 music. Darryl also shares this label with country signer Neal McCoy.
Darryl Worley was first signed at Dreamworks records in 1999.
Every year Darryl hosts a Charity Foundation Event which is called the "Tennessee River Run." All the proceeds go to various different foundations.
Some of Darryl's number one hits include: "I Miss My Friend," "Have You Forgotten," and "Awful, Beautiful Life."
Darryl's hit single "Have You Forgotten," which was inspired by the September 11th attacks, received a Country Music Association nomination for single of the year.
Darryl and his wife of five years, Beverly, filed for divorce on August 17, 2006.
Darryl Worley: (referring to Pyburn, TN) It's a real redneck kind of place, where if you don't know how to stand up for yourself or have a big older brother who will and be around all the time, you wouldn't want to be there. Those people, a lot of 'em are rednecks, but you wouldn't believe the wisdom.
Darryl Worley: (referring to the town where he was born) I don't know if there are enough people to even call it a population.
Darryl Worley: (referring to his song "Have You Forgotten") I literally had soldiers come up to me and say, 'You know, we're over here fighting for you and your family, and we need for you to go back home and fight for us.'
Darryl Worly: (referring to singing performances) We all want to do the big arenas but the smaller ones are much more personal. I am still enjoying the honky tonks and dance halls 'cause that's where I come from.
Darryl Worly: Alan Jackson is one of the artists doing the stuff that I believe in and I really like Brad Paisley's fishing song, too.