Can’t wait to hear what happens when the Westboro cretins stand outside of Charlie Daniels’ concerts. The Westboro hate-mongers won’t find the grieving families of our soldiers to pick-on – those families who give this Wichita family such an evil pleasure. Charlie’s fans love him. I think these concerts will be newsmakers.
Fri., 9/16, 7–8 PM, Imperial Palace Casino (Biloxi, MS)
Fri., 10/21, 7–8 PM, Hard Rock Hotel (Catoosa, OK)
Thurs., 11/17, O’Reilly Family Center (Springfield, MO)
I think I can make the Catoosa event and report first hand. I saw him at the Sean Hannity Concert about a year ago, and he was dynamite. Just love the guy!
Charlie has already had something to say about Westboro. Whatever it was, it got this response from them in their WBC Chronicle (there’s more – read it here).
Charlie Daniels has opened his blasphemous mouth against the saints of God at Westboro Baptist Church, calling the only true Gospel message on the landscape “evil”. Sorry, Charlie – you have blasphemed the Holy Ghost and have no hope: (read it all in the Westboro Chronicles)
GOD HATES PERVERT CHARLIE DANIELS!
Daniels has freely donated his time to numerous charitable causes and events in Nashville and was one of the performers who donated their time at 1997’s fundraising event to erect a monument to bluegrass patriarch Bill Monroe. Every year Charlie heads up a four-day event in Tampa, Florida dubbed “Charliepalooza,” all to benefit the Angelus organization, featuring an all-day country and Southern rock concert and golf tournament. Long-time CDB guitarist Tommy Crain is there every year, recreating the magic he and Charlie delivered on songs like “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” and sitting in with virtually all if the bands.
Charlie Daniels has a proven recipe for success. “Believe in what you do. Believe in what you say. The Good Lord will do the rest.” That philosophy has served him well, both personally and professionally. In addition to selling over 13 million albums, Charlie and his wife, Hazel, have been happily married for over 30 years.