Nothing says “Texas” like some furious fiddle-playing, and few play the fiddle better than Charlie Daniels, a country music icon who has performed for more than 50 years. The Levitt Pavilion is pleased to bring Charlie Daniels’ exhilarating mixture of rock, country, bluegrass, blues and gospel to the stage Saturday, June 4, for its third annual benefit concert, presented by Titan Operating LLC. The evening will include a $150 VIP ticket that includes dinner before the concert plus VIP parking and seating at the show. Individual tickets for the concert only will be $25. Tickets for the benefit dinner and the
concert go on sale to the public on April 1. Ticket purchases can be made online from the Levitt Pavilion Web site, www.levittpavilionarlington.org, or by phone at 817.543.4307. Ticket sales for the benefit concert help raise funds for the Levitt Pavilion to produce 50 free concerts a year. Daniels’ rebel anthems, rxonlinepharmacy-avoided.com Long-Haired Country Boy and The South’s Gonna Do It propelled his 1975 collection Fire on the Mountain to Double Platinum status. He won a Grammy Award in 1979 for Best Country Vocal for The Devil Went Down to Georgia, and the following year, the song became a major crossover success on rock radio stations, after the Charlie Daniels Band appeared in and was included on the soundtrack comprar cialis en barcelona for the hit movie, Urban Cowboy. The song still receives regular airplay on classic rock and country stations. Over the course of his music career, the Charlie Daniels Band has been nominated for six Grammy Awards, five Country Music Association Awards and three Academy of Country Music Awards. Charlie is a member the Musicians Hall of Fame and was honored with a Star on Music City’s Walk of Fame. As a proud member of the Grand Ole Opry, Charlie regularly performs on the Opry sharing the stage with fellow Opry Members. Charlie’s signature bull rider viagra online without prescription hat and belt buckle, his lifestyle on Twin Pines Ranch cialis naturale in erboristeria that he shares with his wife of 46 years, his passion for horses, championship rodeo, Western movies, and Louis L’Amour novels, identifies the man the world has identified as a patriotic country music icon. In addition to visiting troops at bases in Iraq, Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Korea and elsewhere, Charlie started Operation Heartstrings, a program that donated 100 Gibson guitars, drums, keyboards and microphones to deployed service members. Charlie continues to tour across the heartland of America and performs for our troops from Guantanamo Bay to Bosnia, Kuwait, South Korea and repeat trips
to Iraq for Stars for Stripes. Charlie has shared his time and talent with numerous charitable causes, including facilities for the severely disabled, teen suicide prevention, and leukemia, cancer and AIDS research. The June 4 benefit concert happens on the second weekend of the Levitt Pavilion’s 2011 Texas Power Summer Concert Series, which opens May 27. The Charlie Daniels concert is the only summer concert that requires a ticket purchase.
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