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Charlie Daniels Joins FREE All-Star Concert Hosted by Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum TONIGHT!

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Country music legend Charlie Daniels will join tomorrow’s FREE concert hosted by the Country Music Hall of Fame ® and Museum. The event will celebrate the release of Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City, a two-disc audio companion to the exhibition of the same name. Festivities will be held on 5th Avenue South, between Demonbreun Street and Korean Veterans Boulevard and begin at 5 p.m. The concert begins at 6 p.m. In the event of rain, performances will be moved inside, to the museum’s Event Hall.

Daniels joins an all-star line-up of artists that includes John Carter Cash and Ana Cristina, Julie Christensen, Radney Foster, Jeff Hanna (Nitty Gritty Dirt Band), Jamie Hartford, Al Kooper, Kathy Mattea, Tracy Nelson (who contributed to the album’s liner notes), Michael Nesmith (Monkees), Jason Ringenberg (Jason & The Scorchers), Britt Ronstadt (Linda Ronstadt’s niece), and special guests.

Tracks from the new album will be performed live by Music City favorites the Long Players led by Bill Lloyd (serving as the evening’s house band) and by some of the legendary session players from the original recordings, including Nashville Cats Mac Gayden, Country Music Hall of Fame member Charlie McCoy and Norbert Putnam.

The family-friendly evening begins at 5 p.m. with face painting and balloon artists for kids. Some of Nashville’s favorite food trucks will be on hand, and guests will be able to purchase Mexican cuisine, including tacos, quesadillas, and flautas—as well as wine, beer and margaritas—from Bajo Sexto Taco, located at the museum. The concert begins at 6 p.m. and the first 200 attendees to arrive will receive a commemorative Hatch Show Print poster.

The album Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City, issued jointly by Sony Legacy Recordings and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is available now. It features a previously unreleased version of Bob Dylan’s “If Not for You” and 35 other essential tracks.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum exhibition Dylan, Cash, and the Nashville Cats: A New Music City, presented by Citi, opened March 27, 2015, and runs through December 31, 2016. For more information, including an exhibit summary, photos, and video, click here. Follow @countrymusichof on Twitter and join the conversation using #DylanCashExhibit.

Top Country Tweets July 4th Edition!

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  1. @ladyantebellum happy 4th everyone. drinking margaritas while listening to Lee Greenwood on repeat!!! – ck
  1. @carrieunderwood Happy #4thofJuly everybody! Today we celebrate our country & those who keep it safe & free! Have fun & be careful with those fireworks
  1. @JenniferNettles I mean, I am way into independence. Have a happy and safe 4th of July everybody!!
  1. @CharlieDaniels You may need your face washed and the mud cleaned off your boots but you’re still the greatest country on earth. HAPPY 239 BIRTHDAY AMERICA

Wynonna and Terri Clark to Perform at Charlie Daniels’ 40th Anniversary Volunteer Jam

Volunteer Jam

On August 12, Charlie Daniels’ 40th Anniversary Volunteer Jam will usher in music fans from all over the world to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for a historic, colossal concert to benefit U.S. veterans in need through the (501)(c)(3) non-profit organization, The Journey Home Project.

Yesterday, Charlie Daniels announces the award-winning hit-maker WYNONNA and multi-No. 1 hit-maker and Canadian guitar-slinger, TERRI CLARK, will join the already-announced mega line-up which includes: Charlie Daniels and The Charlie Daniels Band, Ted Nugent, Trace Adkins, Alabama, Montgomery Gentry, The Oak Ridge Boys, Tracy Lawrence, Travis Tritt, Craig Morgan, Phil Vassar, Lee Greenwood, Billy Ray Cyrus, Colt Ford, Michael W. Smith, The Grascals, The Kentucky Headhunters, Ryan Weaver, The Outlaws and Lee Roy Parnell. In addition, several head-turning SURPRISE guests will add even more excitement to the event.

Tickets are still available to the public at, all Ticketmaster locations, and the Bridgestone Arena box office for $17.68 and up.

The Henry Rifles Stage, which will be located on the Bridgestone Plaza, will host a free open-to-the-public, energy-packed side show for concert-goers and bystanders featuring Natalie Stovall & The Drive, The Grascals, American Hitmen, Jason D. Williams, Jesse & Noah Bellamy, Ryan Weaver, the Tucker Yochim Band, the Scooter Brown Band and the Justin McCorkle Band. Music will take place from 4 to 7 p.m. CDT.

Henry Repeating Arms, leading American-made rifle manufacturer and strong supporter of the U.S. Military, has come on board as a lead sponsor of the Jam to help heighten awareness of The Journey Home Project and its efforts to help veterans through the company’s vast consumer base of firearm collectors and enthusiasts.

“We at Henry Repeating Arms are forever indebted to those who have served our country. Although we can never repay what they have done for us, Henry’s sponsorship of the Volunteer Jam and donation to The Journey Home Project is a small token of our gratitude,” said Anthony Imperato, President of Henry Repeating Arms.

Charlie Daniels, who has been hosting The Volunteer Jam in Nashville since its inaugural start in 1974 said, “It’s really something to see my music peers and friends come together this year to perform with little incentive other than to help raise funding and give back to those who have served. Few sacrifices are greater than those of our U.S. Military, so it makes me proud to have witnessed this event come together in such a big way in 2015. We as U.S. citizens can never repay military members and veterans for what they have and continue to do for us, but I hope at least this concert can serve a small role in showing them our great appreciation.”

The Charlie Daniels 40th Anniversary Volunteer Jam will benefit The Predators Foundation as well as The Journey Home Project, a non-profit organization co-founded by Charlie Daniels and his long-time manager David Corlew. Initiated in 2013, The Journey Home Project serves to connect donors to veterans’ organizations that are proven to effectively help to meet the health care, education and career needs of military servicemen and women and their families.

Event-goers can expect an evening full of opportunity to honor veterans in attendance. Former Blackhawk pilot and rising country artist, Ryan Weaver, who lost both his brother and brother-in-law to enemy fire, is scheduled to perform a moving tribute.

Tickets can be purchased at, all Ticketmaster locations and at the Bridgestone Arena box office. A limited number of VIP seats located in the first several rows, which include a pre-show VIP reception with Charlie Daniels, are still available.

The event will be hosted by conservative talk show host Sean Hannity and SiriusXM The Highway’s Storme Warren. It is presented by Copperweld and produced by David Corlew & Associates in association with Outback Concerts. 95.5 NASH Icon and WSM-AM serve as the official radio partners.

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Confederate Flag Obviously Means Different Things To Different Musicians

Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels considers the Confederate flag a sign of defiance and pride for the South, while urban musicians think it should go away entirely.

Charlie writes on his website he opposes slavery and has no desire to reinstate the Confederacy, but he feels Southerners view the flag as a symbol of pride in an area of the nation. Recently, activist Bree Newsome climbed a pole to remove the Confederate flag from the South Carolina statehouse, and r&b artist Monica says she would have helped her climb the pole if she had been there. Big Sean says it’s time to tear down the flag because America is the land of equality.

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