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good enough to do a ballroom dance with the ladies on the ball field. Another big hit that the crowd enjoyed


was " The Legend of Wooley Swamp," from the Full Moon album of 1980. Kids and adults alike joined in singing about Lucias Clay's re- turn from death as a ghost to haunt men that had robbed and killed him. Next, Charlie led everyone in the


"Pledge of Alligence' in tribute to all the vet- erans. Speaking to the thousands in atten- dance, Charlie said, "Our soldiers are the best we got.” CDB's instrumental "Black Ice" was


Charlie Daniels (Tim Shook Photo)


music review of CDB show, and felt com- pelled to bring Steve and Barrett backstage with us to honor the vet. It was a joy listening to Charlie ask


Steve about the training his service dog re- ceived. Charlie was intrigued by Barrett's abilities. To honor Steve and Barrett, I gave a fiddle to Charlie and he signed his name per- sonally with Barrett's and Steve's name on it. Before leaving, I noticed that Charlie and Kenny Price had bowed there heads and prayed for all the troups and our country. Since our visit with Charlie was coming to a close, we exited to see the band take the stage at 7:00 PM on Flour Field. As the band was taking the stage, I no-


ticed a large American flag illuminating on a large TV screen on the back wall. The band opened up with "Southern Boy" as the crowd of thousands cheered loiudly. Charlie stepped back on stage with fiddle in hand to " Red- neck Fiddling man" as hundreds danced and sang along. Next came CDB's big hit, "Trudy" from 1970, a little country rock and roll twist


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next, showcasing each of the members solo talents, and boy are they talented! The CDB's next song came from 1974 album Fire on the Mountain, "Long-haired Country Boy" always goes over great, especially in our neck of the woods. Charlie paid tribute to Johnny Cash with "Folsom Prison Blues," following it with one of his favorite hymns. Charlie spoke of God and declared his faith in the Lord and


Charlie Hayward (Tim Shook Photo)


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