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Cheer Up, Charlie Daniels

Cheer Up, Charlie Daniels

Cheer Up, Charlie Daniels


“Inspiring to a point of intoxication…” --John Bruton, The Mercy Lounge Hailed as “Nashville’s Most Eclectic Rock Band”, Cheer Up Charlie Daniels roared onto the local rock scene in 2008, with robotically-themed stage shows and colorfully outlandish costuming. Frequent rotation at such Nashville hotspots as The Mercy Lounge and Exit/In have dramatically increased Cheer Up Charlie Daniels' rabid fan base. Their debut album, Live in ‘79 Read more on Last.fm
“Inspiring to a point of intoxication…” --John Bruton, The Mercy Lounge Hailed as “Nashville’s Most Eclectic Rock Band”, Cheer Up Charlie Daniels roared onto the local rock scene in 2008, with robotically-themed stage shows and colorfully outlandish costuming. Frequent rotation at such Nashville hotspots as The Mercy Lounge and Exit/In have dramatically increased Cheer Up Charlie Daniels' rabid fan base. Their debut album, Live in ‘79, skillfully weaves outrageous front-man Neil O'Neill's often playful, occasionally naughty, lyricism with Beatles-esque melodies to create a genre-bending auditory adventure. Live in ‘79 is energetic enough to get even a studiously jaded Nashville audience up and out of their seats.

Other recent accomplishments include several television performances on MCA TV 9, winning The Deli's ‘Band of the Month’, and their long-awaited debut release via limited edition vinyl. Immensely catchy standout tracks such as "Moving to Malibu" and "Bunsen Burner Baby Blues" aptly illustrate why Mike Grimes of The Basement says, “Cheer Up Charlie Daniels is going to own this town.” Eclectic, eccentric and endlessly energetic, Cheer Up Charlie Daniels are one of the most raucous and underappreciated bands in Nashville. Using their wealth of prodigious musical chops and unbridled musical enthusiasm, they traverse territory as diverse as surf rock, country, power-pop, psychedelic and big band—making them this city’s closest thing to quirky cult genre-jumpers Ween. Lyrically, they equate love to subjects such as high school truancy, chemistry experiments and time travel.

Their stage show usually includes a smorgasbord of shenanigans—from outlandish attire to drum solos. We’ll just say it flat-out: CUCD are one of Music City’s must-see bands. --Adam Gold-The Nashville Scene The songs were absurdly infectious and the delivery was stellar. It is so great to hear a band that sounds just as together on stage as they do in recording. --Nashville Feed Read more on Last.fm.

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