Charlie Daniels A 2009 Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum Inductee

Charlie DanielsCharlie Daniels has been named one of the inductees for the 2009 Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum.

Grammy Award winning, Grand Ole Opry member, singer, fiddler, guitarist, songwriter, and country musician, Charlie Daniels, has been performing the music he loves since the 1950’s.  From his early days as a Nashville studio musician that included playing on Bob Dylan albums, and recordings from Leonard Cohen, Al Kooper, Marty Robbins, to becoming a number one hit songwriter with his platinum selling “The Devil Went Down To Georgia,” to gaining status as one of the most beloved figures in country music, Daniels continues touring and packing houses, as well as giving of his time, energy, and talents performing tirelessly for men and women in uniform, all over the world, who love his honest mixture of country and southern rock influences, along with originality, that has lasted for over five decades.

Daniels will be officially inducted at the 2009 Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum Awards Show on October 12th at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

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