Randy Travis, Chris Young & More To Honor the Late Charlie Daniels at 2021 Volunteer Jam
The 2021 Volunteer Jam: A Musical Salute to Charlie Daniels has been postponed until August and a slew of new…
Charlie Daniels; Photo by Erick Anderson
The 2021 Volunteer Jam: A Musical Salute to Charlie Daniels has been postponed until August and a slew of new artists have joined the lineup.
Now scheduled to take place on Wednesday, August 18 at 7:00 pm CT at Bridgestone Arena, the show will include performances by Randy Travis, Chris Young, Michael W. Smith, Lorrie Morgan, and Nashville’s up-and-coming Anthony Castagna.
Previously announced performers include The Marshall Tucker Band, ALABAMA, Ricky Skaggs, Trace Adkins, Larry, Steve & Rudy: The Gatlin Brothers, Cece Winans, Gretchen Wilson, Cowboy Troy, Delbert McClinton, Keb’ Mo’, The Outlaws, 38 Special, Junior Brown, The Allman Betts Band, Cedric Burnside, Jenny Tolman, the Atlanta Rhythm Section, Travis Denning, Mickey Gilley, Johnny Lee, Rhett Akins, Scooter Brown Band, The SteelDrivers, Pure Prairie League and comedian Dusty Slay.
Daniels’ longtime band, The Charlie Daniels Band, will also perform to honor its legendary frontman.
“As much as we are disappointed that we have to move the Volunteer Jam, we appreciate the fans sticking with us,” Daniels’ longtime manager David Corlew said. “We want to make sure everyone stays safe.”
“It is such an honor to be part of such an amazing project in our great city of Nashville, showcasing not only wonderful country music but more importantly, celebrating the lifelong vision of a man like Charlie Daniels,” Outback Presents Director of Production David Lower added.
The first-ever Volunteer Jam took place on October 4, 1974, at the War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. During the course of the event’s four-decade history, Daniels and his band enjoyed the opportunity to perform alongside artists such as Garth Brooks, Billy Ray Cyrus, Billy Joel, Tammy Wynette and so many more.