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Darryl Worley Returns Home After Entertaining Troops Overseas for the Eighth Time
Darryl Worley - Camp Victory, Baghdad, Iraq, May 2,2010
 Darryl Worley Performs at Camp Victory Baghdad, Iraq May 2, 2010
 (Photo Credit: Michael Samstag)
Nashville, TN (May 12, 2010) - Country music artist Darryl Worley has not forgotten the U.S. troops overseas. A long-time inspiration and supporter for the United States Armed Forces, Worley just completed his 8th trip overseas performing in Iraq for an estimated 9,500 soldiers as part of the Stars for Stripes Tour. His mix of full band and acoustic sets pumping out songs about everyday life from his "We've Not Forgotten" tour hit home for several soldiers in Kuwait, Tikrit, Balad, Baghdad, and Bashra. Worley's tour to these five main camps in Iraq began April 29th and ended May 3rd. 

Watch for Worley as he will host an upcoming Memorial Day Tribute airing May 31st at 7pmCT onGAC honoring US troops. Worley will share his own personal stories and experiences from his most recent tour in Iraq. 

For more news and information, visit Worley's website at, Facebook or follow him on Twitter at


  1. My son is in Tikrit. He really enjoyed Darryl's performance. I'll be watching the GAC special for sure!


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