It’s unlikely that superstar songwriter-singer Charlie Daniels ever crafted his comments to meet a politically correct agenda. But now that he’s been in the industry for decades – he had his 80th birthday last October and still carries a full load of recording and touring – he certainly is not going to let what others expect rule [...] (Date:04/22/2017 02:30) Read full article >>

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Charlie Daniels PhotoCharlie Daniels: Charles Edward "Charlie" Daniels is an American musician known for his contributions to country and southern rock music. He is perhaps best known for his number one country hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", and multiple other songs he has written and performed. Daniels has been active as a sing
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