Music Legends to Rock Cattle Baron’s Ball

The Zac Brown Band (pictured above) will have Dallasites’ sapphires sparkling and spurs clanking at Gilley’s this October for the 45th annual Cattle Baron’s Ball.

The three-time Grammy winners will headline the western-themed night of top-tier entertainment.

American multi-instrumentalist Charlie Daniels will warm up the crowds with number-one hits such as “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”

With more than 9 million albums sold, Zac Brown Band has been dubbed one of the most dynamic live acts, marked by strong musicianship that defies genre.

The band’s endless stream of hit songs, from “Chicken Fried,” a song that bleeds patriotism and honor, to the hauntingly sad “Cold Weather,” has helped win the hearts of unsuspecting fans.

Charlie Daniels Band.

Since 2009, the band has landed accolades such as Rock Song of the Year in 2016 for “Heavy is the Head” at the iHeartRadio music awards, Vocal Group of the Year in 2012 at the ACM awards, and Grammy’s for Best New Artist (2010), Best Country Collaboration with Vocals (2011), and Best Country Album (2013).

With 60-plus years in the music business, Charlie Daniels also has an impressive resume including a place in the Country Music Hall of Fame.

While his unique voice and an extensive list of award-winning hits have cemented Daniels’ place in the county music industry with a multi-platinum career, his diverse live shows and discography reflect the artist’s love of multiple genres.

In addition to a range of hits that cross country, jazz, rock, and bluegrass, Daniels has released music in the children’s and Christian categories.

His 1994 Christian album, The Door, received a Dove award with the Gospel Music Association and “Two Out of Three” was named the video of the year by the Christian Music Association.

However, if you asked him, Daniels would merely call his music American.

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