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Charlie Daniels is an American country / southern rock / christian musician
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Charlie Daniels is an American country / southern rock / [[Christianity|Christian]] musician.
  
  
 
== Music career ==
 
== Music career ==
Charlie Daniels is a singer, guitarist and fiddler. He has been writing and performing songs since the 1950s. His first hit song was "Uneasy Rider", with other songs such as the number one hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "The South's Gonna Do It Again". Charlie Daniels has performed many concerts for US troops in Iraq and Kuwait.
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Charlie Daniels is a singer, guitarist and fiddler. He has been writing and performing songs since the 1950s. His first hit song was "Uneasy Rider", with other songs such as the number one hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "The South's Gonna Do It Again." Charlie Daniels has performed many concerts for US troops in Iraq and Kuwait.
  
 
Charlie Daniels and his band played for Coalition forces in the Sports Oasis Dining Facility at Camp victory Iraq on April 10th.
 
Charlie Daniels and his band played for Coalition forces in the Sports Oasis Dining Facility at Camp victory Iraq on April 10th.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:43, 19 December 2009

Charlie Daniels is an American country / southern rock / Christian musician.


Music career

Charlie Daniels is a singer, guitarist and fiddler. He has been writing and performing songs since the 1950s. His first hit song was "Uneasy Rider", with other songs such as the number one hit "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "The South's Gonna Do It Again." Charlie Daniels has performed many concerts for US troops in Iraq and Kuwait.

Charlie Daniels and his band played for Coalition forces in the Sports Oasis Dining Facility at Camp victory Iraq on April 10th.