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Daron Norwood Biography

Daron Norwood Biography

Born and raised in Texas, Daron Norwood began singing Gospel music with his evangelistic family at a very early age. After three family albums, Daron was convinced music would be his life. At the age of nineteen Daron left Texas and moved to Nashville to pursue his dream of music. Many songs later his work began to payoff when his first single "If It Wasn't For Her I Wouldn't Have You" was released to radio on Giant Records. Billboard Magazine voted this top twenty song the Most Requested and Replayed Song of that year. Daron followed this mid-tempo song with a very energetic song entitled, "Cowboys Don't Cry," another top twenty for Norwood, "Bad Dog No Biscuit" , "My Girl Friday" and "If I Ever Love Again" all of which were released on Giant Records. Lorrie Morgan selected Daron to write and record "Little Boy Lost" which is found on the Keith Whitley Tribute album. Daron was presented a Gold Record for this achievement.  Throughout the past two years, Daron's schedule has been filled with performances at fairs, festivals, and casino shows. When Daron is not on tour he enjoys spending his down time with his wife, Kim, and daughter, Krista, in Texas. During this time off, he and Kim devote much of their time to school assemblies. His program called "Keep It Straight" was developed by Daron to warn children of the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse. Daron has spoken to over 200,000 kids of all ages in the past three years. Daron believes if you can help one child make the right decisions in life, another life may be saved. On April 15, 2008, Norwood was arrested in Crestview, Florida, for allegedly battering his wife.

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