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Seen Charlie Daniels has died on the news. Another great gone. 

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He had a good run. 

RIP.

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One of my first favorites as a kid. Always got the impression he was a real guy, not just a performer. Sad news

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Glad I saw him three years ago.

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Rest in peace Mr.Daniels.

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From Still in Saigon to Uneasy Rider, I don't believe Charlie Daniels recorded a song I don't like.

You will continue to entertain me as I will continue to listen to your music.

RIP Charlie, truly one of the great ones.

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He put out so many good tunes they will be listened to for decades to come

RIP Charlie 

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Not just a entertainer , he spoke up for his beliefs , religious and otherwise.

A rare commodity among today's celebrities. 

I was lucky enough to see him perform several times, a great man and artist, even though he started out on Rocky ground.

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so sad, he will be sorely missed

RIP CHARLIE!

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RIP Charlie.

"If you don't like the way I'm livin' just leave this long haired country boy alone"

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6 hours ago, MTO said:

He had a good run. 

RIP.

Yes he did!

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1 hour ago, from H to 80 said:

Not just a entertainer , he spoke up for his beliefs , religious and otherwise.

A rare commodity among today's celebrities. 

I was lucky enough to see him perform several times, a great man and artist, even though he started out on Rocky ground.

Back when Men were Men and had a backbone.

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Simple man is one of my favorites. 

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Saw him once I believe at the Iowa State Fair. Great show. When he sang The Devil Went Down To Georgia the place went crazy. Glad I got to see him. RIP Charlie.

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See him a couple times, awesome man!

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The devil went down to Georgia. Memories of listening to that song in my 80's CJ7. Rest in piece Charlie.

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I can still remember most of the lines of "Uneasy Rider". He was a real entertainer. 

 

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RIP Charlie!! Sad to see another GREAT, gone. 

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1 hour ago, Loadstar said:

I can still remember most of the lines of "Uneasy Rider". He was a real entertainer. 

 

There were two of em

Can't remember for sure if the second one was "part two" maybe?

Will have to look it up when I get home tonight.

Just as good as the first 👌

 

Uneasy Rider 

and 

Uneasy Rider '88

 

And I don't think anyone has mentioned Legend of Wooly Swamp

 

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Saw him up by Sioux Falls a few years ago and he did a **** of a job!!!

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Drinking my Baby Goodbye

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Charlie was also very generous with his time and participated in several benefits for Starkey, Inc. in Wichita, Kansas.  Starkey is the oldest and largest community based non profit organization in Sedgwick County, Kansas serving individuals with disabilities. Charlie assisted in raising over $700,000 through benefit golf tournaments and concerts through a twenty (20) year time period from 1984 to 2004.

I had the privilege of personal interaction with Charlie and his band on numerous occasions during his appearances in Kansas and he was truly a very large man in both stature, personality and generosity.

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I had not heard he passed until I read this post just now, sorry to hear he he is gone.

I saw him at “My Waterloo Days” in Waterloo IA probably 25 years ago. It was a great concert, I remember him playing his fiddle like a guitar.

In college I remember two fisting beer bottles and dancing to Drinking my baby goodbye at Hunky Doories, the local country bar.

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I met him in Iraq and got to have Easter Sunday service with him by the ruins of the house of Abraham in the biblical city of Ur15942630175752552021889717144504.thumb.jpg.5f053c7097b6ba3967d62732f0ca44c5.jpg

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