CHARLIE DANIELS:

Charlie first heard Nashville’s call in the 1960s. His early days in Music City were spent as a session musician, including work with the legendary Bob Dylan. Within a few years he had become head of the Charlie Daniels Band and was on the country charts, including with one of the most famous songs ever to come out of Nashville, “The Devil Went Down To Georgia.” Charlie lives just east of Nashville near Mt. Juliet, Tennessee.

 

Ain't it good to be alive and
be in Tennessee.

- CHARLIE DANIELS

FAVORITE NASHVILLE EATS:

Taters, beans, pork chops, catfish, and sweet tea. You can find lots of great places in town to get all of them. 

BEST VIEW IN TOWN:

Looking at the city from the stadium (LP Field) side of the Cumberland River at night.

FAVORITE NASHVILLE DRINKS:

Let's don't go there. 

BEST PLACES TO VISIT:

Daytime: Ryman Auditorium, Lower Broadway
Nighttime: Grand Ole Opry

 

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