The hits by the Charlie Daniels Band, anchored by a native of Leland, N.C., include “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” as performed in the movie “Urban Cowboy,” from 1980. The group will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday, at the Calvin Gilmore Theater, 8901 N. Kings Highway (U.S. 17 Business), at the junction of U.S. 17, on the northern tip of Myrtle Beach. Details at 843-913-4000, 800-843-6779 or www.thecarolinaopry.com, and www.charliedaniels.com.
The hits by the Charlie Daniels Band, anchored by a native of Leland, N.C., include “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” as performed in the movie “Urban Cowboy,” from 1980. The group will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday, at the Calvin Gilmore Theater, 8901 N. Kings Highway (U.S. 17 Business), at the junction of U.S. 17, on the northern tip of Myrtle Beach. Details at 843-913-4000, 800-843-6779 or www.thecarolinaopry.com, and www.charliedaniels.com. Courtesy photo
The hits by the Charlie Daniels Band, anchored by a native of Leland, N.C., include “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” as performed in the movie “Urban Cowboy,” from 1980. The group will perform at 6 p.m. Sunday, at the Calvin Gilmore Theater, 8901 N. Kings Highway (U.S. 17 Business), at the junction of U.S. 17, on the northern tip of Myrtle Beach. Details at 843-913-4000, 800-843-6779 or www.thecarolinaopry.com, and www.charliedaniels.com. Courtesy photo

Things to do in the Myrtle Beach area on March 26

March 25, 2017 05:00 AM

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