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38 Special Charlie Daniels Band

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Register and then let us know your favorite song by 38 Special and by The Charlie Daniels Band for a chance to win tickets to see them in concert at Downstream Casino!

Can I still play if the contest has already started?
Yes. As long as we receive your entry prior to 11:59 p.m on Wednesday, August 21, 2013.

Are there prizes?
YES:

  • 5 pairs of reserved seating concert tickets
  • 1 pair of VIP seating concert tickets

ABOUT 38 Special:

After more than three decades together, 38 SPECIAL continue to bring their signature blast of Southern Rock to over 100 cities a year. And at each and every show, thousands of audience members are amazed by the explosive power of the band's performance.

Their many Gold and Platinum album awards stand in testament to the endurance of a legendary powerhouse.

With sales in excess of 20 million, most associate the band with their arena-rock pop smashes, “Hold On Loosely,” “Rockin’ Into the Night,” “Caught Up in You,” “Fantasy Girl,” “If I’d Been the One,” “Back Where You Belong,” “Chain Lightnin’,” “Second Chance,” and more – Timeless hits that remain a staple at radio, immediately recognizable from the first opening chord, and paving the way to their present-day touring regimen.

Guitarist/vocalist DON BARNES says it's all about maintaining that intensity in their live shows. “We never wanted to be one of those bands that had maybe gotten a little soft or complacent over the years. We're a team, and it's always been kind of an unspoken rule that we don’t slack up, we stack up. We go out there every night to win.”

It is that steely determination that lives on in the hearts of these ‘Wild-Eyed Southern Boys.'

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ABOUT Charlie Daniels and The CDB:

“Few individuals have symbolized the South in popular culture as directly and indelibly as Charlie Daniels.”
Encyclopedia of Southern Culture

Charlie Daniels is partly Western and partly Southern. His signature “bullrider” hat and belt buckle, his lifestyle on the Twin Pines Ranch (a boyhood dream come true), his love of horses, cowboy lore and the heroes of championship rodeo, Western movies, and Louis L'Amour novels, identify him as a Westerner. The son of a lumberjack and a Southerner by birth, his music - rock, country, bluegrass, blues, gospel - is quintessentially Southern. In fact, even his bent for all things Western is Southern, because his attire, his lifestyle and his interests are historically emblematic of Southern working class solidarity with the “lone cowboy” individualism of the American West. It hasn't been so much a style of music, but more the values consistently reflected in several styles that has connected Charlie Daniels with millions of fans. For decades, he has steadfastly refused to label his music as anything other than “CDB music,” music that is now sung around the fire at 4-H Club and scout camps, helped elect an American President, and been popularized on a variety of radio formats.

Like so many great American success stories, The Charlie Daniels saga begins in rural obscurity. Born in 1936 in Wilmington, North Carolina, he was raised on a musical diet that included Pentecostal gospel, local bluegrass bands, and the rhythm & blues and country music emanating respectively from Nashville's 50,000-watt megabroadcasters WLAC and WSM.

He graduated from high school in 1955 and soon enlisted in the rock .n' roll revolution ignited by Mississippian Elvis Aaron Presley. Already skilled on guitar, fiddle and mandolin, Charlie Daniels formed a rock .n' roll band and hit the road.

While enroute to California in 1959 the group paused in Texas to record “Jaguar,” an instrumental produced by the Bob Johnston, which was picked up for national distribution by Epic. It was also the beginning for a long association with Johnston. The two wrote “It Hurts Me,” which became the B side of a 1964 Presley hit. In 1969, at the urging of Johnston, Daniels moved to middle Tennessee to find work as a session guitarist in Nashville.

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REMEMBER ...
Everyone attending any of the summer concerts at the Downstream Casino Venue will get their Q Club card scanned when they walk through the gate to see the concert. Once the card is scanned, it loads $10 Free Q Play on that card which can be used after 10 pm that night (after the concert). If you don't have a card, you can take your ticket stub to the Q Club desk after the concert, sign up for a card and $10 Free Q Play will be loaded at that time. So ... everyone with a concert ticket gets $10 in Free Q Play to use after the concert!

 
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Mon, Aug 05 2013 4:00 PM - Wed, Aug 21 2013 11:59 PM
 
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