Charlie Daniels - Nov. 4
The Mansion Theatre
189 Expressway Lane
When you hear a classic Charlie Daniels Band performance like “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” you hear music that knows no clear genre. Is it a folk tale? A southern boogie? A country fiddle tune? An electric rock anthem? The answer is, “yes” to all of that and more. And the same goes for “In America,” “Uneasy Rider,” “The South's Gonna Do It,” “Long Haired Country Boy,” “Still in Saigon,” “The Legend of Wooley
Swamp,” and the rest of a catalog that spans 50 years of record making and represents more than 20 million in sales.
His resume includes recording sessions with artists as diverse as Bob Dylan, Flatt & Scruggs, Pete Seeger, Mark O'Connor, Leonard Cohen and Ringo Starr. His songs have been recorded by Elvis Presley and Tammy Wynette. This touring legend has been documented by ABC Newsmagazine 20/20.
In April 1998, top stars and two former Presidents paid tribute to Daniels when he was named the recipient of the Pioneer Award at the Academy of Country Music's annual nationally televised ceremonies.
In his time he's played everything from rock to jazz, folk to western swing, and honkytonk to award-winning gospel, former President Jimmy Carter said. “In Charlie's own words, Let there be harmony, let there be fun and 12 notes of music to make us all one.”
“Charlie's love of music is only surpassed by his love of people, especially the American people,” former President Gerald Ford said. “He's traveled this land from coast to coast singing about the things that concern the American people. The Academy of Country
Music's Pioneer Award is presented to a supremely talented compassionate and proud American, and a fair to middlin' golfer, too!”
Children 0-3 are free when they seated with an adult in their seat (lap child).
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