Why See Charlie Daniels Band?
Beginning his career as a Nashville session musician, songwriter and and master of the fiddle, Charlie Daniels played on records by the likes of Bob Dylan and Hank Williams. His big break came in 1979 with The Devil Went Down to Georgia, which climbed into the higher echelons of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1979, before its appearance in the John Travolta movie Urban Cowboy a year later cemented its position in American pop culture. Since then Charlie Daniels has never stopped recording or touring. He brought his career around full circle this year with his collection of Bob Dylan covers entitled Off the Grid, which will be the focus of this nationwide tour.
Performance date: 8 November 2018
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