Charlie Daniels Band – 2014 Concert Schedule
For fans of country music, Charlie Daniels is considered to
be one of the leading figures in the genre. With songs like "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "Uneasy Rider," Charlie Daniels
scored hit after hit during the height of his popularity, and his contributions to country music are endless. Now you can
see this iconic performer live in concert this year, as the Charlie Daniels Band heads to a venue near you. The Charlie Daniels
Band is slated to visit venues and events like Summerseat Farm in Mechanicsville, H.I.T.S. on the Hudson, Theatre at Westbury,
Webster's Indian Ranch, San Antonio's The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts, the Oklahoma State Fair, Cypress Bayou Casino
in Charenton, Cumming County Fair and Festival, the Englewood Event Center, Austin's One World Theatre, Rochester's Main Street
Armory, the Ridgefield Playhouse, Greenfield Amphitheater, and more. Visit StubHub today to get your tickets to see the Charlie
About Charlie Daniels Band
Country legend Charlie Daniels has been active in country music
for decades, and he first got his start in the genre during the 1950s. One of his first well-known hits was the song, "Uneasy
Rider," taken from his third album, "Honey in the Rock." The popular song charted on the Billboard Hot Country Singles &
Tracks chart, the Billboard Hot 100, the Canadian RPM Country Tracks, and the Canadian RPM Top Singles chart. A couple of
years later, Charlie Daniels had another popular hit with the Southern rock song "The South's Gonna Do It Again," and also,
"Long Haired Country Boy," which charted at number 27 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.
Charlie Daniels had released one of his most famous songs, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," which was from the album, "Million
Mile Reflections." The album quickly shot to the number 1 position on the Billboard Top County Albums chart, number 5 on the
Billboard 200, and number 2 on the Canadian RPM Country Albums chart. After the release of the album, Charlie Daniels won
a Grammy Award in the category of Best Country Vocal Performance for "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," and the song enjoyed
airplay on both country and rock radio stations alike. The song has transcended genres and became such an important part of
pop culture, that it was even featured in the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock.
After his phenomenal success
with "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," Charlie Daniels continued to score a number of hits throughout the years, including
1980's "In America," which reached number 11 on the charts, 1980's "The Legend of Wooley Swamp," which made it to number 31,
and 1982's "Still in Saigon," which hit the number 22 position. In light of his remarkable career and his achievements in
the genre, Charlie Daniels was inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame in 1999, and he was honored as a "BMI Icon"
in 2005. Charlie Daniels was also inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2008.
Charlie Daniels Band's Breakthrough
After making a name for himself in the 1960s, the new decade ushered in a period of great success for Charlie
Daniels. His first major hit came in 1973 with the song, "Uneasy Rider," off his third studio album "Honey in the Rock." "Uneasy
Rider" was popular on several charts, and it was the beginning of a number of crossover hits that were to come. After becoming
a prominent country star in the early to mid-1970s, Charlie Daniels shot to superstardom when he released his Grammy Award-winning
song, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," in 1979. The song soared to the top of the country chart, and it claimed top positions
in crossover charts as well. Charlie Daniels' amazing repertoire of songs, including "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," have
solidified his place as a legend in country music, and he continues to actively tour.
Charlie Daniels Band Trivia
is the name of the annual Charlie Daniels Band concert that is held in Nashville?
Starting in 1974, Charlie Daniels
arranged the first of the Volunteer Jam concert series that are held annually. The concert has played almost continuously
since its inception, and guest artists have included George McCorkle, Dickey Betts, Dobie Gray, Jimmy Hall, Lynyrd Skynyrd,
the Allman Brothers Band, Billy Joel, The Marshall Tucker Band, Garth Brooks, Ted Nugent, Billy Ray Cyrus, Roy Acuff, Alabama,
Stevie Ray Vaughan, and many more of the most popular country music acts.
If you're a fan
of country music, you know that it's best experienced live in concert, and a trip to see the living legend Charlie Daniels
never disappoints. This prolific performer has been entertaining audiences for decades, and as songs like "The Devil Went
Down to Georgia" blast from the stage, you will be able to re-experience his brilliant music all over again. For an unforgettable
night of some of the best country music around, be sure to check out the Charlie Daniels Band during this year's concert tour.