WPBS-DT, Watertown Public Broadcasting, together with Clayton Country Jam, is pleased to announce the 9/11 Tribute Concert with Darryl Worley. The 9/11 Tribute Concert with Darryl Worley will be a 'live performance' at the Clayton Opera House on Friday, September 11th with two performances at 7pm and 9pm. The 'live' performance at 9 pm will be broadcast 'live' to the WPBS broadcast community from the Clayton Opera House.

The concert will also be uplinked for use by any/all other PBS stations Nationwide and will be broadcast 'live' on the American Forces Network (AFN). AFN provides radio and television to U.S. troops, Department of Defense civilians and their families serving overseas. The 9/11 Tribute Concert with Darryl Worley will be offered to 175 territories and 140 ships at sea through the AFN with an uplink provided by WPBS during the 'live' performance.

   About Darryl Worley:

Throughout a career that has produced nearly twenty hit singles, including three #1s, as well as chart-topping albums and sales in the millions, Darryl Worley has set himself one primary goal. "I've always set out to make sure every song on every album is a good one," he says. "I want every cut to be a potential single." It is an approach that has helped to make Darryl a mainstay of modern country music. His unquestioned musical integrity earned him an enviable connection with the American public and a reputation as a genuinely traditional country artist who doesn't follow trends or fads, but rather his own bedrock convictions as an artist and a person. It doesn't hurt that he is a distinctive singer and first-rate songwriter whose music chronicles life, love and the world situation with equal facility.

He has topped the charts with singles including "I Miss My Friend," "Awful, Beautiful Life" and "Have You Forgotten," which accomplished the feat for one, two and an incredible seven weeks, respectively. He hit the Top Twenty with the first three singles from his impressive major-label debut, Hard Rain Don't Last"When You Need My Love," "A Good Day to Run" and "Second Wind" and followed with smashes like "If Something Should Happen," "I Just Came Back From a War" the iconic "Tennessee River Run," and "Sounds Like Life To Me." Along the way, he earned nominations for five major ACM and CMA awards, including "Song of the Year" and "Single of the Year," and wrote songs for other artists including George Jones.

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9/11 Tribute Concert with Darryl Worley

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