Personnel includes: Daryle Singletary, Larry Byrom, Mark Casstevens, Brent Mason, Glenn Worf, Paul Leim, Matt Rollings, Pig Robbins, Dann Huff, Paul Franklin, Sonny Garrish, Rob Hajacos, Terry McMillan, Jimmy Nichols, Curtis Wright, Curtis Young, Rhonda Vincent, John Hobbs, Brent Rowan, Biff Watson, Steve Gibson, Joe Chemay, Liana Manis, John Wesley Ryles, Mike Rojas.
Producers: James Stroud, Randy Travis, David Malloy, Doug Johnson, John Hobbs.
Audio Mixer: Mark Capps.
Recording information: Sound Shop Studios, Nashville, TN.
Photographer: Robert Caldwell.
In Nashville, where an artist is often only as good as their last hit song, the concept of greatest hits tends to be a jaded one, especially when they come out too early in an artists career. Daryle Singletary is a solid artist, with three studio albums to his credit and hit singles that include "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet" and the country radio staple "Too Much Fun." However, Singletary is by no means a household name and would be better off focusing on new material rather that touting his few hit singles. Still the compilation bodes well, although not differing from most artists who walk the line between neo-traditionalist and suburban pop country. ~ Curtis Zimmermann