212: Charlie Daniels Jr. Shouldn't Have Been Driving
Unframe of Mind
We spoke with the son of the late, great Charlie Daniels, Charlie Daniels Jr. about his father's legacy, his life since, and his goals moving forward. It was fascinating getting a first-hand perspective of the world that Charlie Daniels created and the people he touched within that world.
Nordic Cryptids And Did We Just Discover Where Charlie Daniels Learned To Play The Fiddle?
Alysia and Kortney do their second Norse Mythology episode and talk about four Nordic cryptids including the Draugr, (fan of white walkers?), The Huldra, the gossiping ratatoskr, and the elusive Fossegrim. Kortney is convinced Charlie Daniels knew a Fossegrim.
Lost interview with late country rock music great Charlie Daniels. Daniels recalls his crossover moment with "The Devil Went Down To Georgia," paying tribute to Vietnam Veterans with "Still In Saigon," and his (long overdue) induction into the Grand Ole' Opry (2008.) Another previously unheard interview from 2012, presented on the one-year anniversary of his passing on July 6, 2020 at the age of 83. Rest in eternal rhythm, Mr. Daniels. Info: email@example.com
Episode 172 - CHARLIE DANIELS - GENE WATSON - GRADY L.
One of the world's best loved and known musical genesis's takes to the microphones of Jailhouse Radio. Charlie Daniels will forever be remembered as a true "Craftsman" of his trade. Here, he brings forth a few of his forever remembered hits. Gene Watson takes over and makes his return appearance. Hit after hit...may they never stop coming our way. Grady L. comes our way...in his way...as only he can. Enjoy!
Drummer & Comedian Jon Wurster on working with Charlie Daniels, early concerts and Instagram: Part Two
My Rock Moment
Jon Wurster is the drummer for Superchunk, The Mountain Goats and the Bob Mould band...and he's also a comedian. In part two of our My Rock Moment interview, he'll share stories about working with rock 'n' roll greats like Charlie Daniels and Chrissie Hynde. He'll talk about a memorable night at the historic Dan Tana's in LA and early rock concerts by The Osmonds and The Carpenters that left a lasting impression. Listen now and don't forget to check out Jon's playlist below:Apple;https://music.apple.com/us/playlist/jon-wurster-my-rock-moment-season-2-ep-5/pl.u-76oNl2mTWMRle4Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3nUhyASiFzwFMfo1nHT10Y?si=BSlgNjC9RU-l6u4cxqFokQ
EP#83. Today We Talk DOWN, Socially Distanced Concerts, & That Charlie Daniels Cover.
The Rock Savages Podcast
Podcast RSS On this show, we talk about the upcoming DOWN live stream to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of NOLA, Socially distanced concerts, that unnecessary Charlie Daniels cover on mainstream radio, Guns N Roses, Joe Rogan, California, and the strong desire to get back to seeing live music. Find The Rock Savages Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube here: @rocksavagepodSupport the podcast and Caveman Coffee Company by heading to their website and using promo code “ROCK” at check out to receive 15% off. www.cavemancoffeeco.comwww.rocksavagepod.com
Charlie Daniels, a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame best known for "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," died last week after suffering a hemorrhagic stroke. Border Crossings host, Larry London interviewed him in July of 2007. Charlie had just released a new cd “The Charlie Daniels Band Live in Iraq” and a new book “Growing Up Country.”
Catching Up With Granger Smith + Remembering Charlie Daniels
The Justin Moore Podcast
Country music and social media superstar Granger Smith joins Justin and JR to talk about life on the Yee Yee Farm. From building chicken coops to playing new shows and living in an RV, Granger shares several great stories and life lessons. After their conversation, Justin and JR pay tribute to a legend, mentor and good friend, Uncle Charlie. Through telling stories, reading texts, and singing one of his songs, the guys remember and mourn one of the good ones. Rest in peace, Charlie Daniels.
From the archives: Steve and Johnnie visit with Charlie Daniels
Steve and Johnnie
Country music legend Charlie Daniels has died of a stroke at age 83. We remember him by looking back at his July, 2002 visit with Steve and Johnnie.: https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3773144/Charlie_Daniels_2020-07-06-174944.64kmono.mp3 Click here to read Steve and Johnnie’s tribute to Charlie from their “Both Sides Now” blog. Steve King and Johnnie Putman with Charlie Daniels (WGN Radio photo)Steve King and Johnnie Putman with Charlie Daniels (WGN Radio photo) And, as a bonus, here’s a photo of Charlie Daniels with Max Armstrong, the interview mentioned during the segment:Charlie Daniels being interviewed by Max Armstrong in July, 2002. They were backstage at the DuPage County Fair, where Charlie explained to Max how he caught his hand in a posthole digger. The accident, 20 years earlier, could have ended his career. (WGN Radio photo)