NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 25, 2016) – For nearly six decades, The Charlie Daniels Band
has brought their popular brand of bluegrass, country and southern rock
to the masses, rightfully earning their rank as legends in the music
industry. Their fiery fiddling No. 1 hit, “The Devil Went Down To
Georgia,” is RIAA Certified
Platinum, having topped both the country and pop charts and earning the
band a GRAMMY Award, three CMA Awards and prime placement on the
soundtrack for the movie Urban Cowboy.
In 2015, the band performed over 100 concert dates, with one of the
first stops being at the world’s largest honky-tonk, Billy Bob’s Texas
in Fort Worth. On that night, The Charlie Daniels Band joined Willie
Nelson, Merle Haggard and many others as a member of the Live At Billy
Bob’s Texas family.
Tune in on Sunday, Feb. 28 at 10 p.m. / 9
p.m. CT for the PREMIERE of the entire performance at the iconic venue
exclusively on AXS-TV.
The national television premiere follows the October 16 in-store date of the CD and DVD The Charlie Daniels Band – Live At Billy Bob’s Texas,
released by Smith Music Group. The 14-track projects feature LIVE
versions of hits like “Southern Boy,” “Long Haired Country Boy,” “The
Devil Went Down To Georgia,” “The South’s Gonna Do It (Again),” “(What
This World Needs Is) A Few More Rednecks,” “In America,” “El Toreador,”
“I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight,” and many more. Both are now available on iTunes, Amazon and select music retailers.
“It was a big ol’ fun night at Billy Bob’s, Texas style, pedal to the metal, red lined and rockin’,” said Charlie Daniels.
The Charlie Daniels Band celebrates a
legendary career of multiple GRAMMY, CMA, ACM and GMA Awards, and has
exceeded 20 million in sales led by their six multi-platinum albums.
They performed over 100 dates in 2015, and commence their 2016 tour in
“The Charlie Daniels Band: Live At Billy Bob’s Texas” on AXS-TV will re-air Monday, Feb. 29 at 1 a.m. / 12 a.m. CT.
Find AXS-TV on your television here: www.axs.tv/subscribe.
Upcoming Tour Dates
Feb. 26 Uptown Theatre – Napa, Calif.
Feb. 27 Sundance Resort – Yuma, Ariz.
Feb. 28 Casino Pauma Pavilion – Pauma Valley, Calif.
March 1 Mesa Regal Resort – Mesa, Ariz.
March 2 Valle Del Oro Resort – Mesa, Ariz.
March 3 Valle Del Oro Resort – Mesa, Ariz.
March 4 Del E. Webb Center – Wickenburg, Ariz.
March 5 Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino– Santa Fe, N.M.
March 11 Pompano Beach Amphitheater– Pompano Beach, Fla.
March 12 Jesters Live at Destination Daytona – Daytona Beach, Fla.
March 18 Prairie Band Casino – Mayetta, Kan.
March 19 Downstream Casino & Resort – Quapaw, Okla.
March 31 Jergel’s Rhythm Grille – Warrendale, Pa.
April 1 People’s Bank Theatre – Marietta, Ohio
April 2 Ritz Theatre – Tiffin, Ohio
April 8 Firekeepers Casino Hotel – Battle Creek, Mich.
April 9 Northern Lights Casino – Walker, Minn.
April 10 Dakota Magic Casino – Hankinson, N.D.
April 14 Avalon Theatre – Grand Junction, Colo.
April 15 Peppermill Concert Hall – Wendover, Nev.
April 16 Stevens Performing Arts Center – Pocatello, Idaho
April 17 PACE Center – Parker, Colo.
April 22 The Lerner Theatre – Elkhart, Ind.
April 23 Niswonger Performing Arts Center – Greenville, Tenn.
April 28 Bergen Performing Arts Center – Englewood, N.J.
April 29 Cabot Theater – Beverly, Mass.
April 30 Stadium Theatre Performing Arts Center – Woonsocket, R.I.
May 14 Southern Junction – Rockwall, Texas
June 3 James Brown Arena – Augusta, Ga.
June 4 Toadlick Music Festival – Dothan, Ala.
June 11 Tart Park – Dunn, N.C.
June 17 Magic City Music Hall – Binghamton, N.Y.
July 8 The Venue at Valley Forge Casino – King Of Prussia, Pa.
July 13 Northern Wisconsin State Fair – Chippewa Falls, Wis.
July 15 Marion County Fair – Knoxville, Iowa
July 16 Freedom Ridge Jam – Atwater, Minn.
July 29 Neshoba County Fair – Philadelphia, Miss.
Aug. 2 Gouverneur Fair – Gouverneur, N.Y.
Aug. 5 Ozaukee County Fair – Cedarburg, Wis.
Aug. 6 Freeborn County Fair – Albert Lea, Minn.
Aug. 17 Steuben County Fair – Bath, N.Y.
Aug. 18 Washington County Fair – Washington, Pa.
Aug. 19 WV State Fair – Lewisburg, W.V.
Aug. 20 Montgomery PAC – Montgomery, Ala.
Aug. 27 North Texas State Fair & Rodeo – Denton, Texas
Sept 2 Legend Valley – Thornville, Ohio
Sept. 4 Civic Center of Anderson – Anderson, S.C.
Sept. 16 NYCB Theatre at Westbury – New York, N.Y.
Sept. 17 Oxford County Fair – Oxford, Maine
Oct. 13 Cumming County Fair – Cumming, Ga.
Oct. 14 IP Casino Resort & Spa – Biloxi, Miss.
Nov. 3 The Arcada Theatre – St. Charles, Ill.
Nov. 4 Mansion Theatre – Branson, Mo.
Nov. 5 Circuit of the Americas – Austin, Texas
Nov. 12 BMI Speedway – Versailles, Ohio
For a full list of upcoming tour dates, please visit www.charliedaniels.com/p/tour.
About Charlie Daniels
With a career spanning over 50 years and
exceeding 20 million in sales worldwide Charlie Daniels is the
quintessential Southerner with a healthy dose of Wild West Cowboy. For
decades, he has connected with his millions of fans in the varying
genres of music that reflect his steadfast refusal to label his music as
anything other than the “Charlie Daniels Band” sound — music that is
now sung around the fire at 4-H Club and scout camps, helped elect an
American President, and been popularized on a variety of radio formats.
Having celebrated multiple GRAMMY® Awards, CMA Awards, ACM Awards, BMI
Awards, GMA Dove Awards, CMA Awards, his list of accolades is broad. Six
of his albums have been RIAA Certified Multi-Platinum® and he has
achieved a platinum-selling single in his iconic fiddle-ridden hit,
“Devil Went Down To Georgia.” An outspoken American Patriot and strong
supporter of the U.S. Military, Daniels’ talked-about Volunteer Jam
concerts are world-famous musical extravaganzas featuring artists like
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Ted Nugent, Trace Adkins, Alabama and others, all on one
stage for one purpose – to raise funds for our U.S. Military. His 40th
Anniversary Volunteer Jam held in 2015 raised over $300,000 for The
Journey Home Project, a non-profit veterans assistance organization,
which he co-founded. For more information on Charlie Daniels, please