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The Charlie Daniels Band has had audiences stamping their feet to "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" for generations! Entrenched fans and new appreciators both clamor to see Charlie Daniels Band perform LIVE in concert! Buy your Charlie Daniels Band concert tickets now!
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Charlie Daniels Band Concert Tickets

Most people can't hear "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" without tapping their feet or singing along. This alone is one of the main reasons people purchase Charlie Daniels Band tickets - to take in the hit song in person. Even though Daniels began writing and performing in the 1950s, to this day, he's still best remembered for that classic tune.

However, the man behind the music has actually had quite a long and influential career. Daniels co-wrote Elvis Presley's song, "It Hurts Me," in 1964, helping to secure his spot in the country and southern rock arena. From here, Daniels acted as a session musician - performing alongside Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen.

It wasn't until 1971 that Daniels put out his own album, Charlie Daniels, and even later, 1973, till he had a hit with the single, "Uneasy Rider." The song, off of his second album, Honey in the Rock, made it into the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Moving forward in his career, Daniels spent much of his time on the road, performing with other acts on the Volunteer Jam concert series, a Tennessee staple to this day. Daniels earned a Grammy in 1979 for his famed song "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" in the Best Country Vocal Performance category. The tune not only captures the hearts of country fans, but pop and rock enthusiasts as well.