A Country music superstar Charlie Daniels, best known for the hit “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” has died.
He died at the age of 83.
The multi-talented had a hemorrhage stroke in Hermitage, Tennessee, and was pronounced dead Monday, his publicists said in a statement.
Charlie Daniels, a Country Music Hall of Fame conscript and Grand Ole Opry alumnus, was born in North Carolina but quickly felt at home in Nashville.
He moved there and played on records with music titans Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and Ringo Starr.