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Daryle Singletary to perform in Lebanon on Friday

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Country singer Daryle Singletary, known for unforgettable hits like "I Let Her Lie," "Too Much Fun," and "Amen Kind of Love," is gearing up for a performance in Lebanon this Friday night.

The show, presented by Vision Music Inc., will be held at Cahoots Dance Hall & Honkytonk in Lebanon on Feb. 12th. Singletary will be joined by special guests George Ducas and Clint Daniels.

In an interview with The Wilson Post, Singletary said he performed at the venue in 2015, when it was under former management, and is excited to be back.

"I've been in this business for 20 years - touring and working. Every once in a while we get an offer to play here," he said. "I like playing so close to home because I can sleep in my bed at night and not be out on the road."

Singletary said they do 50-60 days a year and don't turn anything down "if it makes sense."

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"We are excited about being there," he added.

Singletary moved to Nashville from his native Georgia in 1990 and made his mark in the music business as a hardcore country traditionalist. He released his latest album "There's Still A Little Country Left" in July 2015.

Singletary said Friday night's show will be a mix of his newest music and all-time favorites. Plus, he said, "We still find time to do some songs from the guys who influenced me to move to town and be in the business."

He listed country greats George Jones and Merle Haggard as his musical influences.

Doors will open at 6 o'clock for the 7:30 p.m. show.

Tickets can be purchased prior to the event for $10 at

Tickets can also be purchased the day of the show for $15. Meet N' Greet tickets are $20 and can only be purchased at Cahoots.

Singletary said he looks forward to meeting the folks who are fans of his music.

"After being in the business so long I've figured out what makes the world go round - the fans. They are what keep us going," he said, noting that he often signs autographs after his shows. "If you don't have those fans you might as well just stay at the house."

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