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Country Music Hall of Fame, Grand Ole Opry Member Charlie Daniels Dies at 83

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Country music and southern rock legend Charlie Daniels passed away this morning at Summit Medical Center in Hermitage, Tennessee.  The cause of death was determined to be hemorrhagic stroke.  Daniels was 83 years old.  Funeral arrangements will be announced in the coming days.

Charlie Daniels’ multi-platinum career has earned him CMA award-winning hits and Dove awards for his gospel albums.  He’s been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Musicians Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry.  Known for southern rock anthems that reflected his sense of patriotism, Daniels was an outspoken advocate for our military.   Frequently sharing his time and talents with various charities, Daniels’, along with his manager, David Corlew, founded, The Journey Home Project in 2014, an organization which helps veterans of the United States Armed Forces.

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Patti McClintic
I'm Patti. Rock music is my first love. Country came later, but once I was in, I was all in. I'm a history geek, so I love learning about classic country and anything attached to it. You might find me strolling the cemeteries of Nashville, having silent conversations with the songwriters and artists that shaped this amazing genre. I'm an amateur genealogist with over 20,000 people on my family tree. I'm a Buffalo, New York girl living in a Nashville, Tennessee world with my husband and my furry kids. My real kid is an adult and lives in New York with her own three daughters. I'm addicted to SongPop and I don't care to enter rehab to fix that. If you ask me about myself, I'll tell you I have an eight-year old mind, a 77-year old soul and a middle-aged body. I'm a mess. :)
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