Charlie Daniels Goes “Off the Grid” for New Album and Upcoming Tour

More than 100 shows scheduled for 2014.

photo courtesy Webster Associates PR

The song may say “The South’s Gonna Do It Again,” but in real life, Charlie Daniels is going to do it again. He’s going to release a new album—his first since 2007—and launch a cross-country tour.

Off the Grid—Doin’ It Dylan will be released April 1 on Blue Hat Records and is a tribute to songwriting icon Bob Dylan. The album is a collection of 10 of Dylan’s most recognizable hits, including “The Times They Are a-Changin’,” “I Shall Be Released” and “Mr. Tambourine Man.” Charlie says, “Whatever it was Bob Dylan meant by his lyrics, they grabbed the attention of the world and changed the face of music forever.”

The more than 100-show tour kicks off March 25 in Nashville at Charlie’s annual “Scholarship for Heroes” concert held on the campus of Lipscomb University. Stops include the legendary Ryman Auditorium; the Volunteer Jam in Greenwood Village, Colo.; Country Fest in Cadott, Wisc.; and the Oklahoma State Fair in Oklahoma City.

For a complete list of dates and ticket information, go to charliedaniels.com.

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