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March 16

Country Artists Join Forces To Pay Tribute To Daryle Singletary

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A group of our favorite contemporary country artists joined forces to pay tribute to the late Daryle Singletary on Tuesday night, March 13. This occasion is to celebrate and commemorate his works of art. The said tribute includes John Michael Montgomery and Diamond Rio.

The Artists… The Pairs…

Furthermore, the other artists comprised of Chris Lane, Michael Ray, Tim Rushlow, and more. They, likewise, took the stage to sing “Too Much Fun” at the end of the 90’s night concert. Also, there were also several unexpected pairings that very evening.

Tuesday night’s sold-out show took place at Marathon Music Works in Nashville.

As per the theme, today’s hitmakers brought 90’s hitmakers to the stage to sing the vintage hits with them. Adam Sanders sand with Tracy Lawrence. Also, Lane performed with John Michael Montgomery. Tyler Farr carried out Blackhawk. Michael Ray shared the stage with Aaron Tippin. LoCash teamed up with Joe Diffie and Little Texas’ Tim Rushlow. Lastly, Cole Swindell teamed with Diamond Rio.

Daryle Singletary…

Daryle Singletary was known for his hits such as “I Let Her Lie”, “Amen Kind Of Love”, and “Too Much Fun”. He grew up enamored and influenced by the greatest country artists like George Jones, Merle Haggard, and Randy Travis. Singletary’s demo record “An Old Pair Of Shoes” which he submitted to Randy Travis made his way to stardom.

Daryle Singletary died unexpectedly at the age of 46 on February 12, 2018. This event shocked the world, especially the country music industry. Many people mourn up to these days. Despite the unexpected loss, Singletary’s presence still felt through his songs.

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Daryle Singletary poses during an interview in Nashville, Tenn., March 30, 1998. When the 27-year-old Singletary sings, there’s a real Superman around as he demonstrates artistic integrity and honky-tonk vocal chops that have earned him comparisons to George Jones and Merle Haggard.(AP Photo/Christopher Berkey)

“Too Much Fun”…

With this, lend your ears and let’s remember Singletary once more through his song “Too Much Fun”. The song peaked at No. 4 in 1996, and while it wasn’t his biggest hit on country radio, it’s the song that’s best stood the test of time. Later he’d release some original music, but also a collection of cover songs including John Denver’s “Take Me Home Country Roads”.

If you want to know more about Daryle Singletary and listen to her songs, then click the links below or visit us at www.countrythangdaily.com. You may also leave your comments below for the country artists, the legends, and their songs that you would like us to feature.

https://www.countrythangdaily.com/lets-remember-daryle-singletary-hit-let-lie/

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Daryle Singletary, Diamond Rio, John Michael Montgomery


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