Charlie Daniels, The Country Music Legend Dead At 83

The country music legend Charlie Daniels passed away on Monday morning July 06, 2020.

The 83-year-old legend famous for songs like The Devil Went Down to Georgia and Still In Saigon died when a blood vessel ruptured in his brain, something known as a hemorrhagic stroke.

Charlie Daniels was a devout Christian and also well known in the gospel music arena with albums such as Steel Witness from 1997 and The Door which he released in 1994.

Charlie Daniels was a devoted supporter of Military Veterans and conservative Republican who started a “Soap Box” blog that he posted frequent rants on related to current events.

He began his music career in the 1950s and reached his superstar status in the 70s and 80s… He was famous for his fiddle playin’ and if you have ever seen him perform in concert you know why… That man could really wear a fiddle out.

Charlie Daniels became a member of the Grand Ole Opry cast in 2008 at the age of 71 and was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2016…

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He’s one of the last of the legends who stood with the likes of Merle Haggard, Johny Paycheck, David Allan Coe, Waylon Jennings, and the late great George Jones who asked in a song he wrote before his death… “Who’s gonna fill their shoes?”

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