FORSYTH — The Charlie Daniels Band is headlining the Rosebud-Treasure County Fair in Forsyth on July 19.
An icon of Southern rock and country music, singer-guitarist-fiddler Charlie Daniels is scheduled to lead his band in a July 19 show at the Rosebud-Treasure County Fair.
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An original and innovative Johnny Cash tribute band, Cold Hard Cash is performing April 11 at Manny’s. The show is 21 and over and starts at 9 p.m. Admission is $10 at the door.
At one point in Charlie Daniels’ long career a threat came from Jackson, Miss.
While a GEICO commericial suggests that Charlie Daniels plays a “mean fiddle,” Daniels himself says the instrument is more associated with “happy” music. (Courtesy photo)
A year ago, the Alberta Bair Theater’s executive director William “Woody’’ Wood promised 8,000 people who crowded the streets downtown to jitterbug to the Saddle Tramps Band that he would do it all again this year.
The best bit of the night was when Second City riffed on the city's no snow day policy during a two-hour show Tuesday at the Alberta Bair Theater.
Fiddler Charlie Daniels will rosin up the bow for this summer’s Wild West Soiree.
Charlie Daniels, partly southern and a whole lot western, will kick off the second annual Alberta Bair Theater Wild West Soiree at 8 p.m. Friday, June 25. Tickets are $55 and $45 and go on sale Feb. 20. ABT ticket windows open at 9 a.m. Phone, web and outlet sales start at 10 a.m.