If you mention the name "Charlie Daniels," most folks will break out into "The Devil Went Down To Georgia" – Daniels' arguably most-famous song. This North Carolina-born singer, songwriter, and incredibly talented musician is known for shaping country and bluegrass music, and his fiddlin' skills are rivaled by Southerners everywhere. Daniels has been influencing the country genre since the 1950s, and this year marks the 45th anniversary of the Charlie Daniels' Band. With his induction into the Grand Ole Opry in January 2008 and the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2016, Charlie Daniels is one of the greats that we're thrilled to call our own. The Wilmington native swapped his traditional cowboy hat and belt buckle for a Tennessee ball cap when we sat down with him in Nashville. Join Charlie as he talks about being on the road, how he's found success, and what he wants his legacy to be.