CHARLIE DANIELS - PRINTED PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED IN INK - HFSID 205771
Sale Price $144.00
The Alt-Country musician signs this black and white publicity photo where he is seen standing with his horse
Printed photograph signed in ink: "Charlie Daniels". B/w, 8x10, photographed by Dennis Kesley. Charlie Daniels (b. 1936), an accomplished fiddler, guitar player and songwriter, who founded the Charlie Daniels Band in 1972 had earlier played on several Bob Dylan albums and on Ringo Starr's "Beaucoups of Blues" (1970). His band, which followed a southern rock format, had its first hit album with Fire on the Mountain (1974), which went gold within months of its release and was later certified platinum. Saddle Tramp, released in 1976, also went gold, but it was not until three years later that Daniels had his major hit, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". The song, which was named the Country Music Association's Single of the Year, was a number one hit on the country charts, and reached number three on the pop charts. Although Daniels would not have another blockbuster hit on the country charts, he had several rock cross over successes, including Million Mile Reflections (1979), which went platinum, and Windows (1982), which went gold, and he remained a popular concert draw. Slightly toned. Fine condition.
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