On Aug. 25, 1979, Charlie Daniels was undoubtedly doing plenty of celebrating. It was on this day 35 years ago that the singer earned his first No.1 hit with his single 'The Devil Went Down to Georgia.'
If you missed KNUE's morning show today with Big D and Bubba, you missed one of the most well thought of musicians of his generation, country legend, Charlie Daniels. Yep, the "Devil went down to Georgia " Charlie Daniels!
A pacemaker won't slow Charlie Daniels down. The Charlie Daniels Band frontman says his fiddling or movements on stage won't be compromised with the device implanted in his chest. He underwent the procedure last month after being hospitalized with pneumonia. He returns to the stage Friday night (April 12) in Verona, N.Y.
Country legend Charlie Daniels is expected to remain hospitalized until Friday as he recovers from pneumonia and a pacemaker implant to regulate his heart rate. The singer was admitted to a Nashville area hospital on Monday (March 25). He says he hadn't been feeling well.
Country legend Charlie Daniels is recovering today after undergoing rotator cuff surgery Monday morning. The singer -- who is very active on Twitter -- let his fans know via his team that he's doing fine and he'd be back online soon.
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