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others, wrapping up a seriously fun evening of music. It was Sparkle City music, shining brightly. And for a good cause.


-Angelo Saska


Silver Travis band. (Photo by Steve Flacy)


The band played a wide variety of covers and originals, with Fayssoux singing her heart out on Merle Haggard’s “Silver Wings;” George Jones’ “He Stopped Loving Her Today;” the immortal “Tennessee Waltz;” and Santana’s “Black Magic Woman,” just to name a few. Buffalo wrote a request on a piece of paper, and sure enough, they pulled it off. Garfeel Ruff’s “Pine Needles Don’t Cry.” (Docu- mented on You Tube.) Rickey sang it just as good as he did in 1980. After a short break, Justin McCorkle


took the stage for an acoustic solo set. Justin, whose dad was founding Marshall Tucker Band member George McCorkle, has a great band, but also sounds great solo. He sang “Sitting on Top of the World” and covered Tucker’s “Take the Highway” and the Allman Brothers’ “Whipping Post.” He also sang his own single release “Lucky to Be Alive,” a great song. Justin closed his set with his late fa- ther’s biggest hit, “Fire on the Mountain.” Very nice. Rickey Godfrey returned to the stage to


perform a handful of acoustic songs, accom- panied on a couple by Wilkie on bass. Rickey sang another of his Garfeel Ruff songs, “I’m Hungry,” and the beautiful Dan Penn tune “Chills from a Smoke-Filled Room,” among


Justin McCorkle. (Photo by Tim Shook)


Charlie Daniels Band Fluor Field, Greenville ,SC Veterans Day,November 11th , 2018 The weather was cool and brisk with


sunny skies at Flour Field in Greenville S.C. for the Veteran's Day Salute. To commemo- rate this special event there would be a very well known music legend that has spent 60 years of making music and paying homage to all of the veterans all over the world. That leg- end would be no other than Charlie Daniels. The band would take the stage at 7:00


p.m., but before the show I had the pleasure of attending a meet and greet with Charlie. Charlie's long time friend and fan Kenny Price, from Spartanburg, SC had the honor of bringing Steve Hartington and his veteran service dog Barrett back to meet Charlie. I was there also to photograph and write a


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