Home / Biography / Darla Daret

Darla Daret

A occupied session vocalist in the 1950s and early-60s, Darla Daret was similarly comfortable singing pop simply because she was singing country music. An associate of western golf swing group, Bob Wills as well as the Tx Playboys, in 1955, she continuing to periodically use the band through the entire remainder from the 1950s. Her vocals over the Sonny Adam documenting, “Are You Mine”, proceeded to go un-credited before release of the six-CD boxed established, Sonny Adam: Young Appreciate — THE ENTIRE Recordings 1952-1962, in 2002. Daret unknowingly became a foot-note in stone background when she documented her only single one, “Don’t Cha Wanna” b/w “Honey Hush”. Released in 1957, the one featured accompaniment with the Johnny Mann Orchestra and rock and roll pioneer Eddie Cochrane on electric guitar.

Check Also

The Trishas

An all-girl alt-country group from Austin, Tx, the Trishas (Savannah Welch, Liz Foster, Kelley Mickwee, …

One comment

  1. i played piano for Darla in 1959. I would like to get in touch with her. If anyone knows how to reach her please let me know at [email protected] .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *