Celebrated Outdoorsman Michael Waddell To Receive ‘Daryle Singletary Keeping It Country Award’ During Event
Tickets are on sale NOW on the Nashville Palace website or VIP tables are available by emailing DaryleVIP@gmail.com

Nashville, Tennessee – The 5th Annual Daryle Singletary Keeping It Country Jam is set to take place at The Nashville Palace on Thursday, February 16, 2023, during The National Wild Turkey Federation’s 50th anniversary week and will feature performances from Easton CorbinMark WillsRhett AkinsAndy GriggsChad Brock and a few more to be announced. Tickets are $30 for general admission, reserved seating is $55 and $60, and VIP tables are $500 and are only available by emailing DaryleVIP@gmail.com.

“The kids and I can’t wait until this event next month. It is something we look forward to each year knowing that it keeps Daryle’s legacy alive,” says Holly Singletary, widow of Daryle Singletary. Daryle loved traditional country music and he loved those that supported it. He would be so proud to know that his friends continue to show up each year to ‘keep it country’.”

In addition, famed outdoorsman Michael Waddell will be on hand to receive the Daryle Singletary Keeping It Country award.

About Daryle Singletary:
Daryle Singletary rose to fame in the 90s with a string of successful hardcore country albums. From rural Georgia, where his father was a postmaster, Singletary moved to Nashville in 1990 to pursue a music career full-time. After catching the eye and ear of his musical hero, Randy Travis, Singletary released his debut record, the self-titled Daryle Singletary (1995), which produced four Billboard Hot Country charting singles, including the smash hit “I Let Her Lie,” which topped out at No. 2 on the charts. Additional hits included the 1996 single “Too Much Fun,” and 1997’s “Amen Kind of Love.” Other hit albums include 1998’s top-20 album, ‘Ain’t It the Truth,’ and a pair of albums featuring some of Singletary’s favorite country songs, ‘That’s Why I Sing This Way’ (2002) and ‘Straight From the Heart’ (2009). His last album, ‘There’s Still A Little Country Left,’ was released in 2015. In 2018, Singletary died at age 46, from a blood clot.