Hannah House Ministries Pasture Party featuring Darryl Worley

Room: Outdoor Amphitheater
10857 TX-154
Marshall, TX 75670
Date: Saturday Oct 02, 2021 at 05:30 PM Gate: 4:00 PM
 

Headliner:

Opener:

Benefit Concert for Hannah House

Times

  • Gates: 4:00 PM
  • Dinner: 5:30 PM (must be purchased)
  • Concert: 7:30 PM

Smoking allowed in designated areas

Coolers allowed but NO glass bottles

Lawn Chairs & blankets allowed as concert is in the "pasture"

Want to support Hannah House even more? Contact Hannah House at https://hannahhouse.life/contact-us/ for Sponsorship Information.

Price Levels
 
 
    Concert & Dinner Plate $50.00
    Child Concert & Dinner Plate (13 & Under) $25.00
    Concert Only $35.00
    Child Concert Only (13 & Under) $15.00
Buy Early and Save Money! Tickets go up $10 at the gate.

About Hannah House

Hannah House Maternity Home is a faith-based ministry that focuses on life. We believe that we are called to help change the lives of the women that come into our home that have chosen life for their child. Our goal is to equip each woman with skills and resources necessary to make the best decision for herself and her child.

change the life of a mother, save the life of a child

Darryl Worley

The rich, reedy tones and all-American, blue-collar themes in his #1 hits "I Miss My Friend," "Awful, Beautiful Life" and "Have You Forgotten?" are reminders of the down-to-Earth, Haggard-like Darryl Worley you always knew. The island vibes and blue-eyed soul in new songs "It's Good To Be Me," "Lay It On Me" and "Lonely Alone" suggest there's another, almost-funky, version of Worley that's been kept under wraps. The alternate sides are both on display in Second Wind: Latest and Greatest, a project that mixes the traditional-country history he established in Nashville with the ragged soul that's deep in the bones of Muscle Shoals, a musical Alabama hotbed where Worley got his start. The area hosted hit sessions for Aretha Franklin, Bob Seger, Wilson Pickett and The Rolling Stones, and the sweaty swagger of the region's recording studios was a perfect fit for Worley as he recorded an album that re-establishes him in country culture. "It's like we stumbled on to something in an attempt to stumble onto something," Worley says.

"We were just kind of feeling our way around in the dark." Produced by guitarist Billy Lawson (Sammy Kershaw, Mo Pitney), Second Wind was built with a relaxed atmosphere. Little attention was paid to the clock by Worley and his longtime band, who helped bring the hits forward to their 2017 sound while pumping some ultra-human attitude into the new stuff as well.

Born and raised in southern Tennessee by a Methodist minister and a church-choir mom he describes as a "prayer warrior," Worley started his musical career at the FAME Studio in Muscle Shoals, under the tutelage of producer/publisher Rick Hall (Mac Davis, Jerry Reed), where he remained for a solid five years. He played clubs almost nightly, honing his stage craft at the same time he was woodshedding his songwriting skills, and as Worley gained confidence, he found his way to Nashville.

There, he secured a recording deal in 1999 on the basis of some demo recordings that showcased his authoritative vocals and his understanding of the hard-working country audience. "I'm a traditionalist," he proclaims. "I came to Nashville because of mentors and heroes like Merle Haggard and George Jones.

I'm sure people hear that until they're blue in the face, but to me, it's very true."

Coming in early 2019 is Darryl's Greatest Hits album,
Second Wind: Latest and Greatest,
which will include 7 favorites and 6 brand new songs.

WADE SKINNER

Wade Skinner is a singer/songwriter from Longview, TX with a passion for recovering the roots of traditional country music. His 2020 album Through the Fire contains ten original songs written in the style and tradition of Haggard, Jones, and Jennings with a nod to modern artists such as Tyler Childers, Cody Jinks, and Sturgill Simpson. "Red Summer" was the first single off that album to chart in the top 100 on Texas radio (TCMA and TRRR charts). "Uncle Sledge" is the second single released to radio from that same album (April 2021).

Wade has performed on stages all over Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Oklahoma as a solo act and with a full band and for all kinds of audiences. Wade has been featured on the Songbirds and Troubadours Show with Boston Chris (2018) and has been interviewed by EGuide Magazine's Johnny Griffith (2019). In the Fall of 2019, Wade was featured in Longview's Downtown Live Concert Series.

Wade draws his inspiration for writing songs from his love for poetry, his Texas ancestry, his life experiences, and his wife and children. Wade's second full album Flood is currently in the works and is due out in late 2021.

Event Details
Rain or Shine
This show is All Ages
Room:
Outdoor Amphitheater
Date:
Saturday Oct 02, 2021 at 05:30 PM
Gate:
4:00 PM
Promoter:
 
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