Charlie Daniels Band 2014 Tour Schedule
When it comes to legends in country music, there are few as respected and
revered as Charlie Daniels. Since the early 1950s, Charlie Daniels has continuously brought his impressive vocals and instrumental
skills to southern rock and country music. This acclaimed musician has earned numerous accolades and prestigious awards over
the course of his long and prolific career, including an induction into the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum and the Grand
Ole Opry. Charlie Daniels, accompanied by his signature look of a bull rider hat and belt buckle, is ready to make his rounds
around the country to bring his classic southern rock music to a venue near you!
With an impressive lineup of upcoming
shows, Charlie Daniels and his band are ready to take the country by storm yet again with their catchy southern tunes. With
shows in major cities around the country like Saint Louis, Glenside, Chicago, Monroe, Eldon, Wilkes Barre, and more, Charlie
Daniels Band is bound to make a stop in a city near you, and you definitely don't want to miss out on seeing this country
legend perform live! The Charlie Daniels Band is also headlining at several upcoming music festivals, such as the Crawfish
Festival in Biloxi on April 27th, Rock the Sound in Cullman on June 20th, Country Fest in Cadott on June 29th, and several
more. So don't miss out on seeing Charlie Daniels rock out on stage and grab your tickets on StubHub today!
Daniels Band Background
Growing up in the South, Charlie Daniels was influenced by many types of music during his child,
such as country, southern rock, bluegrass, and blues rock. Whether his fingers were strumming the guitar or playing deftly
on the fiddle, everyone could tell that Charlie Daniels had incredible musical talent. He started to write and perform his
own songs in the 1950s, and his knack for songwriting quickly caught the attention of artists around the country. In 1964,
Daniels co-wrote a song for Elvis Presley, "It Hurts Me." He became such a well known staple in the music industry that he
even recorded bass on several of Bob Dylan's albums in 1969 and 1970.
Despite the fact that Charlie Daniels had earned
great recognition for his musical talents for several years, he didn't release his self-titled debut album until 1971. Although
his first album did relatively well and met with critical acclaim, his first hit didn't come until the release of his second
album, Honey in the Rock (1973), which skyrocketed to reach number nine on the Billboard Hot 100.
Daniels' hits kept
coming thanks to his natural talent for writing and composing songs, whether for himself or for other popular artists. He
has achieved great success over the years as an artist, and his impressive talent for songwriting has earned him six BMI Country
Awards, among other notable recognitions and accolades. Daniels' reputation has become deeply intertwined with the popular
image of southern culture, and he has remained a beacon of light for other southern rock and country artists that aim to follow
As this country music legend makes his way back on the road to perform his hit songs with his classic country
sound, make sure that you are in the audience by heading to StubHub right now to buy tickets!
Daniels' career hasn't just been long and successful, but it has also been one of the most prolific careers in the history
of country music. Since launching his solo career, Daniels has released 30 studio albums and 54 singles, with major hits like
"Wichita Jail", "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", "Mississippi", "Drinkin' My Baby Goodbye", "Simple Man", "Mister DJ", and
many more. With his incredible repertoire of classic country songs, the Charlie Daniels Band is definitely one you don't want
to miss seeing as he stops by a venue near you! Check out the ticket selection to the several upcoming Charlie Daniels shows
on StubHub today!
Charlie Daniels planned and organized the very first Volunteer Jam in Nashville,
Tennessee in 1974. Since the massive success of the first event, the Volunteer Jam has become an annual tradition. Some of
the notable artists that have performed at the Volunteer Jam over the years include Billy Ray Cyrus, Garth Brooks, Lynyrd
Skynyrd, and Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Whether you are a die-hard country music fan or just love
to see a music legend perform live, you definitely shouldn't miss seeing Charlie Daniels as he heads out on tour. With his
fantastic repertoire of classic country songs and his persevering on-stage energy, Charlie Daniels will make sure that he
puts on a show that you will never forget! Make sure you secure your tickets to see this country music legend and head to
StubHub right away! Buy your tickets soon, though, as they are bound to sell out quickly!