CDB releases July 4 digital singles
Sunday, June 20, 2010
– The Charlie Daniels Band is releasing a pair of digital singles, Iraq Blues
and (What This World Needs Is) A Few More Rednecks 2010,
on July 4 through Blue Hat Records/E1 Entertainment.
The two tracks are featured on the CDB's forthcoming Aug. 10 release, a patriotic compilation "Land That I Love." Iraq Blues was written during CDB tours to Iraq, and (What This World Needs Is) A Few More Rednecks 2010 is an updated version of a Daniels classic. Both songs are newly recorded studio versions, and the 2010 update of (What This World Needs Is) A Few More Rednecks 2010 also includes a new verse. The singles will be available at all major online retailers.
I wrote 'Iraq Blues' on three separate trips to entertain the troops over there in Iraq," Daniels said. "It's about the troops and for the troops...The new lyrics reflect life in America in the 21st century."
More news for Charlie Daniels Band
CD reviews for Charlie Daniels Band
Live At Rockpalast
In November 1980, Charlie Daniels and his eponymous band were riding a wave of popularity brought on by the April 1979 release of the "Million Mile Reflections" album, which included the chart-topping hit The Devil Went Down To Georgia, and the July 1980 release of the also popular "Full Moon." Therefore, it is no surprise that the band, known for its hard-charging mix of country, bluegrass and southern rock and its high-energy live performances, was tapped by the West German »»»
A Bluegrass Christmas
Charlie Daniels has recorded what he calls a bluegrass Christmas CD, although he isn't so exclusive that there are only bluegrass folks helping him out. His friends also include country singer Aaron Tippin (Christmas Time Down South) and folksinger Jewel (Blue Christmas).
Daniels also made sure everybody knows full well that this is a Southern Christmas music collection. Song titles include Christmas Time Down South, Mississippi Christmas and A Carolina Christmas Carol. »»»
Preachin', Prayin', Singin' DVD
Charlie Daniels has his Southern rock personality (exemplified by The Devil Went Down To Georgia) and he also has his spiritual side (as he's known to join Billy Graham crusades now and again). But when the fiddler/guitarist first arrived in Nashville, he befriended folks like banjo great, Earl Scruggs, and his two sons, Gary and Randy.
These three players appear with Daniels during this mainly bluegrass set, along with Del McCoury, The Whites and Mac Wiseman. Bluegrass gospel songs make up »»»