The Charlie Daniels Band’s 1979 smash hit “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” will forever be one of the most recognizable country songs of all time.
From karaoke bars, to the jukebox at the local honky-tonk, the cover bands on Broadway, the song is played just about anywhere you go.
Written and performed by the Charlie Daniels Band, in what is arguably their most well-known song, it was released on their 1979 album, Million Mile Reflections.
With that being said, a ton of musicians have covered the song, and we can add ’90s country great Tracy Lawrence to that list.
The man made an appearance on the Big D & Bubba radio show, and talked about how his band is starting to pay tribute to the greats who’ve passed away, like Kenny Rogers, Joe Diffie, and even Charlie Daniels.
He then proceeded to crush a rockin’ rendition of the song.
However, perhaps the most impressive part is his fiddle player.
“The Devil Went Down to Georgia” is obviously one of the great fiddle-heavy jams, and that man done killed it.