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Country music singer Darryl Worley and his band wrap up an evening of live musical entertainment during the Somebody Loves You tour Oct. 25 at the Combat Center’s Victory Field. Worley, a Pyburn, Tenn., native, took the stage after the Christian heavy metal band Disciple at the event. His performance entertained an audience of more than 13,000 people and provided a transition between Disciple’s face-melting guitar licks and the final sermon, delivered by Raul Ries, a former Marine and pastor at the Cavalry Chapel in Diamond Bar, Calif. - Country music singer Darryl Worley and his band wrap up an evening of live musical entertainment during the Somebody Loves You tour Oct. 25 at the Combat Center’s Victory Field. Worley, a Pyburn, Tenn., native, took the stage after the Christian heavy metal band Disciple at the event. His performance entertained an audience of more than 13,000 people and provided a transition between Disciple’s face-melting guitar licks and the final sermon, delivered by Raul Ries, a former Marine and pastor at the Cavalry Chapel in Diamond Bar, Calif.

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